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HISTORY  AND  GENEALOGY 


OF   THE 

JEWETTS   OF   AMERICA 

A   RECORD  OF  EDWARD  JEWETT,  OF  BRADFORD    WEST 
RIDING    OF    YORKSHIRE.    ENGLAND,    AND    Of'  HIS 
TWO    EMIGRANT    SONS,    DEACON    MAXIMILIAN 
AND   JOSEPH   JEWETT,  SETTLERS  OF   ROW- 
LEY, MASSACHUSETTS,   IN   16S9 

ALSO    OF 

ABRAHAM    AND    JOHN    JEWETT,   EARLY    SETTLERS    OF 
ROWLEY,    AND    OF   THE    JEWETTS    WHO   HAVE 
SETTLED   IN    THE  UNITED   STATES  SINCE 
THE  YEAR   1800 


BY 

FREDERIC   CLARKE  JEWETT,  M.  D. 

Baltimork,  Md. 
Member  of  the  Maryland  Historical  Society 

VOL.    II 


THE     GRAFTON     PRESS 

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CONTENTS 


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Eighth    Gexeration    {Continued) 
Ninth  Generation 
Tenth  Generation 
Eleventh    Generation 
Appendix 

Miscellaneous   Lines 

Errata 

Jewetts  in  the  Army  or  Navy 
Notes  of  Unclassified  Jewetts 
Index  .... 


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ILLUSTRATIONS 


The  Jewett   Arms 


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Reverend  Augustine  David  Lawrence  Jewett 


Honorable  John  Godfrey  Saxe 


Captain  Charles  Elam  Jewett 


Reverend  Henry  Erastus  Jewett 


General  Edgar  Boardman  Jewett 


Richard  Dickinson  Jewett 


Helen  Jeffery  Jolliffe  and  Margaret  Jewett  Jolliffe 


Albert  Gallatin  Jewett 


Eva    Richard    (Jewett)    Schweppe 


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EIGHTH    GENERATION   (Continued) 

3384  DR.  JOSErH  FRANKLIN  JEWETT  (Joseph'-",  Joseph"", 
Nathan"*'*',  Joseph'"*,  Joseph*",  Joscph%  Edward'),  was  horn  in  Granhy, 
Conn.,  Aug.  22,  1788.  He  married  Aug.  18,  1813,  Elizabeth  Bancroft  Reed, 
who  was  bom  in  Granville,  Mass.,  IVIaj  15,  1790,  and  died  in  Granby  April 
20,  1839.  Dr.  Jewett  resided  in  Granby,  where  he  practiced  medicine  until 
his  death.  He  received  the  honorary  degree  of  M.  D.  from  Yale  in  18il  ; 
held  many  town  offices,  and  was  prominent  in  social  affairs.  He  died  in 
Granby  Jan.  5,  I860.  The  High  Priest  of  Lafayette  Chapter  of  Masons  said 
of  him : — "  To  high  attainments  in  Masonry  he  added  the  excellence  of  pro- 
fessional distinction,  the  graces  of  a  life  of  unselfishness,  and  the  blessedness 
of  the  largest  Christian  home." 

Children,  bom  in  Granby,  Conn.: 

5845  Charlotte  Amelia,  born  June  22,  1814;  died  Oct.  14,  1820. 

5846  Joseph  William,  born  April  14,  1816;  died  Dec.  29,  1842. 

5847  Erastus  Frederick,  bom   Sept.  12,  1820;  married  Aununciade  Pin- 

ncy.* 

5848  Charlotte  Amelia,  born  Dec.  6,  1822 ;  married  Stiles  W.  Reed,  who  was 

bom  in  West  Granby,  Conn.,  Feb.  22,  1820,  son  of  Shaler  and 
Laura  (Farnum)  Reed.  He  was  a  farmier  and  settled  in  Enfield, 
Conn.  She  died  July  2,  1903.  One  child,  Edward  Franklin,  born 
in  Enfield,  May  29,  1850,  died  Sept.  — ,  1888. 

5849  Caroline  Amanda,  born  Jan.  22,  1825;  married  (1st)  Leroy  Fuller; 

(2d)   Charles  W.  Spring.* 

5850  Robert  Ransom,  born  March  8,  1827;  married  Emma  Lydia  Alder- 

man.* 

5851  Cornelia  Amanda,  bom  July  17,  1831 ;  married  Jan.  13,  1859,  Lu- 

cius Cowen  of  Woodstock,  Vt.,  who  died  Oct.  24,  1859.  She  died 
in  Southwick,  Mass.,  March  31,  1882,  s.  p. 

3385  FREDERICK  WILLIAM  JEWETT  (Joseph'"%  Joseph"", 
Nathan'^*",  Joseph'"®,  Joseph",  Joscph\  Edward'),  was  born  in  Granby, 
Conn.,  Nov.  25,  1790.  He  married  March  17,  1812,  Charlotte  Milissa 
Phelps,  who  was  born  in  Simsbury,  Conn.,  Oct.  11,  1786,  daughter  of  Col. 
Noah  C.  Phelps  of  Simsbury.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  lawyer  and  resided  in  Sims- 
bury,  but  died  in  Humphreyville,  Conn.,  Jan.  16,  1834.  His  widow  died  in 
Hartford,  Conn.,  Dec.  31,  1871. 

Children,  bom  in  Simsbury,  Conn.: 

5852  Charlotte  Juliette,  born  May  23,  1815;  died  Feb.  12,  1829. 

575 


S'76  Jewett  Genealogy 

5853  Noah  Amherst,  born  Nov.  17,  1816;  married  Roxana  Street  of  West 

Springfield,  Mass.,  and  died  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  June  17,  1849. 

5854  Frederick  Stiles,  bom  Feb.  26,  1819;  married  Sarah  Jane  Steele,  a 

resident  of  the  West  India  Island  of  Antigua.  Mr.  Jewett,  be- 
fore his  marriage,  was  the  editor  of  a  government  journal  for 
some  years  in  the  West  Indies.  He  removed  from  there  to  Hart- 
ford, Conn.,  about  1850,  where  he  became  an  artist  of  considerable 
prominence  and  where  he  died  Dec.  31,  1864.  His  widow  died 
about  23  years  later,  s.  p. 
6855     George  Dwight,  bom  May  1,  1822;  married  Delia  Burr.* 

5856  Henry  Frank,  bom  Feb.  23,  1826 ;  married  Diantha  Carter.* 

8386  JULIETTA  MARIAH  JEWETT  (Joseph^^",  Joseph"^ 
Nathan'",  Joseph'°%  Joseph",  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Granby, 
Conn.,  March  11,  1792.  She  married  Jan.  29,  1821,  Erastus  Phelps,  and 
died  in  New  York  city  June  29,  1848. 

Children: 

5857  Mariah  Louisa,  born  May  1,  1822;  married  Jacob  Wellman.* 

5858  Ellen  Elizabeth,  born  Feb.  13,  1824;  married  W.  Sherwood.* 

5859  Stella  Julietta,  bom  May  19,  1826;  married  Feb.  11,  1851,  James  R. 

Edwards  of  New  York  city. 

5860  Jane  Caroline,  born  Nov.  19,  1827;  married  Feb.  11,  1851,  Abraham 

C.  Edwards  of  New  York  city.     One  child,   Charles   Frederick, 
bom  Dec.  18,  1851. 

5861  Lucia  Irene,  born  July  19,  1829 ;  died  July  3,  1832. 

5862  Mary  Isabella,  born  Oct.  11,  1831.     She  was  a  teacher  in  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y. 

3388  IRENE  AMORET  JEWETT  (Joseph"«^  Joseph"", 
Nathan"',  Joseph'"^  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora  in  Granby, 
Conn.,  Oct.  26,  1797.  She  married  Nov.  20,  1821,  Maltby  G.  Hillyer  of 
Granby,  who  died  Jan.  4,  1852.     She  died  Oct.  18,  1845. 

Children: 
6863     Julia  Ashby,  bom  Nov.  2,  1822;  married  June  14,  1846,  George  Pet- 
tibone  of  Granby.     One  child,  Eugene  Alfred,  born  Dec.  9,  1840. 
Sarah  Jane,  bom  Aug.  11,  1825;  married  George  Richmond.* 

5865  Jane  Miranda,  born  April  26,  1828;  married  Nov.  18,  1849,  Horace 

Pease  of  Lee,  Mass.,  and  resided  in  Columbus,  Ohio.     One  child, 
Alice  Olivia. 

5866  Sophia  P.,  born  March  8,  1830 ;  died  aged  three  years. 

5867  Charles  Pliny,  born  Nov.  28,  1833. 

3389  MARY  ANN   CAROLINE   JEWETT    (Joseph"",   Joseph"", 


6864 


Eighth  Generation  577 

Nathan^®°,  Joseph"",  Joseph'*,  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born  in  Granby, 
Conn.,  July  26,  1799.  She  married  May  9,  1822,  James  H.  Smith  of 
Granby,  and  removed  to  New  Haven,  Conn.,  where  he  died  July  22,  1830. 

Children: 

5868  Frederick,  born  Feb.  21,  1823;  died  Nov.  28,  1826. 

5869  Jewett  Guernsey,  born  March  18,  1825. 

5870  Frederick  James,  born  Jan.  24,  1828 ;  married  Sabra  R.  Alderman.* 

5871  Edward  Lee,  bom  April  26,  1830 ;  died  Jan.  22,  1832. 

3390  FETER  JENNER  JEWETT  (Joseph*^",  Joseph^«°, 
Nathan*^®,  Joseph*"",  Joseph'*",  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born  in  Granby, 
Conn.,  Jan.  18,  1802.  He  married  July  22,  1824,  Louisa  Adelaide  Smith  of 
Granb}',  who  was  born  Oct.  6,  1804.  Mr.  Jewett  studied  medicine,  but  set- 
tled in  Granby  and  became  a  manufacturer  of  musical  instruments,  organs, 
melodeons,  etc.  He  held  different  town  offices  and  was  a  Justice  of  the  Peace 
at  the  time  of  his  death,  Oct.  16,  1847.     His  widow  died  Dec.  30,  1888. 

Children,  born  in  Granby,  Conn.: 

5872  Stanley  Augustus,  bom  May  27,  1825;  married  Sept.  11,  1849,  Hep- 

zibah  L.  Tucker  of  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  He  died  March  8,  1893.  His 
wife  died  Jan.  1,  1875.  One  child,  Helen,  bom  Sept.  1,  1858, 
died  Oct.  12,  1858. 

5873  John  Alexander,  born  Aug.  22,  1827;  married  May  10,  1852,  Juli- 

etta  Elizabeth  Thompkins  of  Lyme,  Conn.,  who  died  Sept.  8,  1892. 
He  died  May  8,  1888. 

5874  Helen  Irene,  bora  April  16,  1829 ;  married  Pliny  P.  Pratt.* 

5875  Jane  Anna,  bom  Oct.  16,  1830;  married  Ira  A.  Mather.* 

5876  Mary  Ann  Caroline,  bom  Sept.  15,  1832 ;  married  Czar  D.  Good- 

man.* 

5877  Joseph  Franklin,  born  Feb.  26,  1835 ;  married  Cecilia  Eliza  Child.* 

5878  George  Elijah,  born  Oct.  26,  1838;  married  Grace  E.  Kelley.* 

5879  Louisa  Adelaide,  born  June  10,  1842;  married  Theodore  Mills  Malt- 

bie.* 

5880  Frederick  Jenner,  born  April  8,  1845 ;  married  Mary  E.  Cooley.* 

3392  ALLYN  JEWETT  (Zabdiah  R.""'\  Joseph"%  Nathan"",  Jo- 
seph*"', Joseph*^,  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom  in  Granby,  Conn.,  Feb.  22, 
1789.  He  married,  March  — ,  1813,  Abigail  Tucker,  who  was  born  in  New 
Hartford,  Conn.,  Nov.  11,  1795,  daughter  of  Benjamin  Tucker  of  New 
Hartford.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  mechanic  and  iron  worker  and  settled  in  New 
Hartford,  where  they  lived  a  number  of  years  and  then  removed  to  Winsted, 
Conn.,  where  he  died  Dec.  17,  1867.      His  wife  died  there  Oct.  20,  1863. 

Ch  ildren : 
."^SSl     Louisa,  bom  in  New  Hartford,  Conn.,  April  6,  1814;  married  Sept. 


578  Jewett  Genealogy 

20,  1842,  Garrison  Freeborn  Baker,  of  Bakerville,  Conn.  He  was 
bom  in  Bakerville,  Aug.  19,  1813,  and  died  in  Canton,  Conn.,  July 
12,  1881.  She  died  in  Kensington,  Conn.,  Aug.  7,  1906.  No 
issue. 

5882  George  Rogers,  born  in  New  Hartford,  Conn.,  May  17,  1816;  mar- 

ried Sarah  E.  Rockwell.* 

5883  Benjamin   Tucker,  bom   in   New   Hartford,   Conn.,  Feb.   18,   1819; 

married  Julia  Ann  MofFet.* 

5884  Albert,  born  in  Winsted,  Conn.,  Oct.  26,  1822 ;  married  Anne  Maria 

Palmer.* 

5885  Fanny,  born  in  Winsted,  Conn.,  June  9,  1827 ;  married  David  A.  Bar- 

clay and  lived  in  South  America,  where  they  both  died,  leaving  one 
son. 

5886  Frederick,   bom   in   Winsted,   Conn.,   Sept.    1,   1829;   married   Anna 

Magnessen  and  lived  in  Chicago,  where  he  was  a  merchant  and 
where  he  died,  s.  p. 

5887  Julia  Ann,  bom  in  Winsted,  Conn.,  Oct.  24,  1831 ;  married  June  28, 

1871,  Chester  W.  Gilman  of  New  Hartford,  Conn.,  and  died  Dec. 
8,  1899,  s.  p. 

5888  Mary,   born   Dec.    10,   1833;   married  Oliver   Butler   and   resides   in 

Cooperstown,  N.  Y.     One  son  and  one  daughter. 

3393  FRANCES  JEWETT  (Zabdiah  R.'''\  Joseph''%  Nathan-«%  Jo- 
seph^"®, Joseph^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Granby,  Conn.,  April  15, 
1791.  She  married  in  Hartland,  Conn.,  Aug.  — ,  1809,  Ira  Goodsell  of 
New  Haven,  Conn.     He  was  born  Jan.  9,  1783,  and  died  April  20,  1850. 

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Children,  born  in  New  Hartford,  Conn.: 

5889  Eliza  Ann,  bom  Nov.  29,  1810;  married  Aralzeman  Russ.* 

5890  Amaret  Miranda,  bom  Oct.  16,  1812;  married  Jan.  — ,  1848,  Garry 

Bishop,  Jr.,  who  died  May  — ,  1850,  leaving  one  child,  Erskine, 
born  Jan.  — ,  1849. 

5891  Charlotte  Abigail,  born  Aug.  22,  1814;  married  Oct.  17,  1838,  Seth 

Marshall  Miller  of  Hartland,  Conn.  Two  children,  William  Mar- 
shall, born  Aug.  23,  1839,  and  Ann  Eliza,  born  June  6,  1846. 

5892  Samuel  Penfield,  bom  Oct.  15,  1816;  married  (1st)  Alvira  Goodsell, 

who  died  May  — ,  1848;  (2d)  Sarah  Cotton.  One  child,  Susan 
Alvira. 

5893  Julia  Angeline,  bom  Nov.  22,  1818 ;  died  Sept.  — ,  1820. 

5894  Julia  Jewett,  born  June  29,  1821. 

5895  Susan  Frances,  born  June  22,  1826;  died  Nov.  29,  1847. 

5896  Erskine  Major,  born  Nov.  25,  1829;  died  June  — ,  1848. 

3394  CLARISSA  JEWETT  (Zabdiah  R.'•'"^  Joseph"",  Nathan=^««,  Jo- 
seph^"*,  Joseph'^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Granby,  Conn.,  April  20, 


Eighth  Generation  579 

1794.     She  married  Anson  Otis  of  Granby,  and  lived  in  Granby,  where  she 
died  April  5,  1839.     He  died  May  ^8,  1865,  aged  77  years. 

Child nn,  born  in  Granby,  Conn.: 

5897  Harriet,  born  Feb.   19,  1814;  married  July  4,  1835,  Timothy  San- 

ders, of  Granville,  Mass.      She  died  in  Granby,  April  17,  1861. 

5898  Mary,  boni  Feb.  12,  1816;  died  Feb.  25,  1882. 
6899     Monroe,  born  April  18,  1818;  died  June  4,  1859. 

5900  Janette,  born  March  8,  1821 ;  married  Aug.  — ,  1843,  Joiui  Choler. 

She  died  March  14,  1896. 

5901  Milo,  bom  March  17,  1825;  married  Aug.  9,  1840,  Delia  Dudley, 

and  died  in  Lawrence,  Kan.,  May  15,  1855. 

5902  Milton,  born  Dec.  26,  1827 ;  died  Oct.  13,  1878. 

5903  William,  born  Nov.  6,  1830. 

5904  Ann,  born  Oct.  12,  1834. 

3396  DR.  PLINY  HAYES  (Lucretia^°°°,  Joseph"%  Nathan^*",  Jo- 
seph^"", Joseph**,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Granb}',  Conn.,  Dec.  5,  1788. 
He  removed  to  western  New  York  in  1798  and  was  educated  at  the  Canandai- 
gua  Academy.  He  was  a  teacher  and  from  1807  to  1812  a  journeyman 
printer  in  New  York,  Philadelphia,  and  Boston.  During  the  War  of  1812  he 
was  Captain's  Clerk  and  Acting  Surgeon's  Mate  of  the  United  States  Ship 
"  Hornet  "  in  her  cruise  of  1812-13  with  the  "  Constitution,"  and  was  in 
the  action  of  the  "  Hornet  "  and  "  Peacock."  He  received  the  degree  of 
M.  D.  from  Harvard  College  in  1815,  and  practiced  in  Boston  from  1815  to 
1817,  when  he  settled  in  Canandaigua,  N.  Y.  He  was  a  member  of  several 
medical,  musical,  and  scientific  societies  in  Boston  and  Canandaigua ;  was  a 
lecturer  and  author,  and  in  1825  founder  of  a  medical  school  at  Auburn, 
later  of  Geneva,  and  which  is  now  Hobart  College.  Dr.  Hajes  was  builder 
of  the  first  railway  in  New  York,  at  Canandaigua,  in  1827.  He  married  in 
Canandaigua,  Dec.  19,  1822,  Eliza  Stout  Wells,  daughter  of  Dr.  Richard 
and  Miriam   (Hayden)   Wells.     She  was  born  in  Conway,  Mass.,  Feb.   23, 

1800,  and  died  in  Canandaigua,  Nov.  — ,  1831.      He  died  in  New  York  city 
July  28,  1831. 

Children,  born  in  Canandaiguu,  X.  ¥.: 

5905  Charles   Wells,   born    March    19,    1828;   married   Frances   Elizabeth 

Gladding.* 

5906  Robert  Pliny,  born  Feb.   25,  1831;  married    (1st)    Sarah   Elizabeth 

Sizer;  (2d)    Suzette  Linzee  Ingersoll.* 

3398  HENRY  HAYES  (Lucretia^'"'%  Joseph"",  Nathan"',  Joseph^"', 
Joseph^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Granby,  Conn.,  March  19,  1792. 
He  married  in  Troy,  Mo.,  Oct.  28,  1821,  So])hronia  Cottle,  daughter  of  John 
and  Elizabeth   (Allen)   Cottle.     She  was  born  in  Woodstock,  Vt.,  Dec.  15, 

1801,  and  died  in  Quincy,  111.,  in  1885.     Mr.  Hayes  was  a  printer,  carriage 
manufacturer,  and  inventor,  and  died  in  Quincy,  April  24,  1864. 


580  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

5907  Henry  Muneford,  born  Aug.  25,  1822;  died  in  Franklin,  III,  Nov. 

12,  1838. 

5908  Adelaide  Elizabeth,  bom  in  St.  Charles,  Mo.,  Aug.  28,  1824 ;  married 

Henry  Vanderberg  Sullivan.* 

3399  EMMA  LUCRETIA  HAYES  (Lucretia^'"'%  Joseph^«%  Nathan'«% 
Joseph"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Granby,  Conn.,  Feb. 
18,  1794.  She  married  in  Bristol,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  2,  1812,  Theodore  Brown, 
who  was  born  in  Northampton,  Mass.,  March  11,  1787,  son  of  Silas  and 
Jemima  (Clark)  Brown.  He  was  a  farmer  and  died  in  West  Bloomfield, 
N.  Y.,  Nov.  22,  1839.     She  died  in  East  Bloomfield,  N.  Y.,  April  14,  1880. 

Children: 

5909  Theodore,  bom  Dec.  1,  1813;  died  Dec.  2,  1813. 

5910  Frances  Sophia,  born  Jan.  13,  1815;  married  Feb.  18,  1836,  Gaius 

Adams,  son  of  Joseph  and  Eunice  (Throop)  Adams.  She  died 
in  1899.  One  daughter,  Frances  Gunilda,  bom  April  12,  1838, 
died  Oct.  23,  1876,  unm. 

5911  Laura  Hayes,  bom  Jan.  14,  1817 ;  married  Alfred  L.  Taft.* 

5912  Amanda  Gunilda,  born  Jan.  15,  1820;  married  Herman  Arza  Can- 

field.* 

5913  Emma  Lucretia,  bom  April  30,  1822 ;  married  John  Wilder  Taylor.* 

5914  Frederick  Augustus,  bom  June  13,  1824;  died  in  infancy. 

5915  Edward  Augustus,  born  Dec.  10,  1826;  married  Susan  Diller  Wit- 

wer.* 

5916  Henry  Martyn,  born  Feb.  9,  1829 ;  married  Feb.  17,  1863,  Lydia  Ann 

Stage,  who  was  bom  March  23,  1841.  They  reside  in  Williams- 
ville,  N.  Y.,  and  have  one  daughter,  Ada  Augusta,  bom  Dec.  31, 
1866. 

5917  Delia  Maria,  bom  April  27,  1833 ;  died  in  infancy. 

5918  Ada  Blackmer,  born  June  20,  1834;  married  Oscar  Milmarth.* 

3400  HAROLD  HAYES  (Lucretia"'%  Joseph"%  Nathan"%  Joseph"*, 
Joseph^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Granby,  Conn.,  Nov.  29,  1796. 
He  married  in  Bristol,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  28,  1822,  Maria  Simmons,  daughter  of 
Richmond  and  Eleanor  (Sears)  Simmons  of  Dighton,  Mass.  She  was  born 
m  Bristol  Nov.  10,  1802.  Mr.  Hayes  was  a  printer,  and  a  farmer,  and  died 
in  Clinton,  Ind.,  May  4,  1825.  His  widow  married,  in  1829,  Francis  INIason 
of  Bristol,  and  had  two  sons  and  three  daughters  by  him.  She  died  in  Bris- 
tol, Oct.  9,  1874. 

Children,  horn  in  Cli/nton,  Ind.: 

5919  Richmond  Simmons,  born  March  6,  1823;  married  Maria  Peck  Taft.* 

5920  Pliny  Harold,  born  Oct.  2,  1824 ;  married  Comelia,  Catharine  Hall.* 


Eighth  Generation  581 

3401  GUMLDA  HAYES  (Lucretia"«%  Joseph""",  Nathan^",  Jo- 
seph^^'",  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Marcelhis,  X.  Y.,  July  4, 
1799.  She  married  in  St.  Charles,  Mo.,  July  4,  1821,  Daniel  Rowland,  who 
was  born  in  Bristol,  R.  I.,  Oct.  21,  1794,  son  of  Daniel  and  Rebecca  (Wal- 
dron)  Howland  of  Bristol.  He  was  a  fanner  and  they  resided  in  Brooklyn, 
Mich.,  where  he  died  July  12,  1874.     She  died  there  Feb.  2,  1876. 

Children: 

5921  Lucretia  Jewett,  born  April  6,  1822;  married  James  Young.* 

5922  Ellen  x\uo-usta,  born  July  6,  1828;  married  April  4,  1850,  Lambert 

S.   Southworth,  and  died  March   7,   1898,   leaving  one  djiughter, 
Mary  Elizabeth,  bom  May  1,  1857. 

5923  Guy   Fortunatus,   born   March   20,    1830;   married  Aug.    30,    1870, 

Ruth  Van  Epps,  who  was  born  June  26,  1843.  They  reside  in 
Brooklyn,  Mich.,  and  have  one  daughter,  Isabel,  born  Nov.  24, 
1875. 

5924  Elizabeth  Adelaide,  born  Jan.  6,  1832 ;  resides  in  Brooklyn,  Mich., 

unm. 

5925  George  Whitfield,  born  Nov.  15,  1833 ;  married  Oct.  6,  1874,  V.  Mary 

Francis,  of  Bristol,  England.     He  is  in  the  U.  S.  Printing  Office, 
Washington,  D.   C. 

5926  Emily  Hayes,  bom  March  20,  1836;  married  May  4,  1864,  Henry 

Charles  Clark,  who  was  bom  May  1, 1833.     Two  sons,  Robert  How- 
land,  bom  Oct.  1,  1866,  and  Henry  Charles,  born  Sept.  11,  1868. 

5927  Edward  Payson,  born  Feb.  25,  1838 ;  died  Feb.  22,  1853. 

5928  Gunilda  Canfield,  born  July  16,  1841  ;  died  in  infancy. 

3402  MUMFORD  HAYES  (Lucretia"<'^  Joscph"^  Nathan-**",  Jo- 
seph^^®,  Joseph'",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Marcellus,  N.  Y., 
Oct.  3,  1801.  He  married  April  10,  1828,  Abigail  Wilcox,  daughter  of  Dr. 
Ralph  and  Anninta  (Sprague)  Wilcox.  She  was  bom  March  11,  1803, 
and  died  Oct.  16,  1850.  He  married  (2d)  Oct.  7,  1851,  Sarah  Knowlton, 
who  was  born  Sept.  14,  1815,  and  died  Oct.  30,  1867.  His  third  wife,  whom 
lie  married  July  30,  1868,  was  Mrs.  Alice  (Belden)  Hollcston.  She  died  in 
1898.  Mr.  Hayes  was  an  inventor  and  a  noted  manufacturer  of  carriages. 
He  died  in  East  Bloomfield,  N.  Y. 

Children  hy  first  wife: 

5929  Jane  E.,  born  Feb.  26,  1829;  married  Nov.  28,  1877,  Jullen  Fousset, 

who  was  bom   in  Paris,  France,  Jan.   15,   1838.      She  died  May 
8,  1896,  s.  p., 

5930  Ralpli  Wilcox,  bom  Nov.  11,  1835;  married  Sarah  A.  Sage.* 

Children  bi)  second  wife: 

5931  Caroline  Virginia,  born  May  12,  1853;  died  in   Infancy. 

5932  Sarah,  born  in  1865;  died  in  infancy. 


589  Jewett  Genealogy 

3403  HECTOR  HAYES  (Lucretia"''%  Joseph"",  Nathan''%  Jo- 
seph^"®, Joseph"',  Joseph"*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Marcellus,  N.  Y., 
July  23,  1804.  He  married  Jan.  30,  1830,  Lucinda  Warren,  who  was  bom 
in  Clarence,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  20,  1805,  daughter  of  John  and  Sally  (Austin) 
Warren.  Mr.  Hayes  was  a  farmer  and  in  1838  settled  in  ^luir,  Mich.,  where 
he  died  March  14,'l898.     His  wife  died  there  Nov.  25,  1895. 

Children : 

5933  George  Jewett,  bom  Sept.  26,  1831 ;  married  Frances  Jane  Stone.* 

5934  Joseph  Warren,  bom  April  30,  1833 ;  died  Aug.  3,  1834. 

5935  Nathan  Bradley,  bom  Dec.  13,  1835;  married  Mary  Adelaide  01m- 

stead.* 

5936  IMary  Lucretia,  born  Aug.  6,  1840 ;  married  Leroy  Pallraew.* 

5937  Emma,  bom  Nov.  25,  1843 ;  died  Dec.  25,  1843. 

5938  Byron  Winfield,  bom  Dec.  30,  1849 ;  married  June  25,  1875,  Mary 

Ann  Morrison,  who  was  born  Jan.  20,  1858.  They  reside  in  Muir, 
Mich.,  where  he  is  a  lumber  merchant.  One  child,  Howard  Bradley', 
bora  Dec.  4,  1876. 

3404  GUY  HAYES  (Lucretia^'^"^,  Joseph"%  Nathan''%  Joseph^°%  Jo- 
seph"", Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Prattsburg,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  26,  1806. 
He  married  July  4,  1831,  Louisa  Anna  Wilder,  daughter  of  Timothy  and 
Nancy  (Codding)  Wilder.  She  was  born  in  Bristol,  N.  Y.,  May  24,  1811, 
and  died  there  May  16,  1844.  He  married  (2d)  Dec.  30,  1844,  Susan  Wright, 
who  was  bora  in  Duanesburg,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  27,  1818,  daughter  of  Samuel  and 
Sally  (Fester)  Wright.  Mr.  Hayes  was  a  farmer  and  carriage  maker  and 
died  in  East  Bloomfield,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  21,  1866. 

Children  by  first  wife: 

5939  Louise  Elizabeth,  born  June  30,  1833 ;  married  Randolph  Hunting- 

ton.* 

5940  Narcissus,  born  Aug.  3,  1839;  died  in  infancy. 

3405  ELIZABETH  ADELAIDE  HAYES  (Lucretia"'%  Joseph"", 
Nathan^^®,  Joseph^"®,  Joseph"^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bora  in  Bristol, 
N.  Y.,  Aug.  4,  1809.  She  married  Jan.  20,  1830,  Harvey  Blackmer,  who  was 
born  in  Honeoye,  N.  Y.,  July  24,  1804,  son  of  Levi  and  Hannah  (Pitts) 
Blackmer.  He  was  a  farmer  and  resided  in  Livonia,  N.  Y.,  where  he  died 
Aug.  6,  1852.  She  married  (2d)  May  10,  1854,  Hon.  Joseph  Plumb  (his 
2d  wife),  of  Cattaraugus,  N.  Y.,  son  of  Joseph  and  Mary  (Shepard)  Plumb. 
He  was  bora  in  Paris,  N.  Y.,  June  27,  1791,  and  died  May  25,  1870.  She 
died  in  Cattaraugus,  April  13,  1870. 

Children  by  first  husband: 

5941  Myron  Hervey,  born  Dec.  12,  1830;  married  Harriet  Newell  Pennell.* 


Eighth  Generation  583 

6942     Adelaide,  born  Jan.  15,  1834;  died  Sept.  27,  1834. 
5943     Junia,  bom  June  26,  1836;  died  Sept.  12,  1837. 

6944  Elizabeth  Foster,  born  Dec.  2,  1839 ;  married  Rev.  Joseph  Carlton 

Plumb.* 

6945  Sarali    Lucretia,    born    Aug.    18,    1841 ;    married    Francis    Granger 

Pennell.* 

3407  DR.  DAVID  LORD  (Deborah^"' \  Joseph"",  Nathan"'",  Joseph'"", 
Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Skaneateles,  N.  Y.,  in  1805. 
He  married  i\Iary  Fargo,  and  died  in  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  in  1847.  Was  much 
respected  as  a  man  and  a  physician. 

Children: 

5946  ^laryette,  born  — . 

5947  George  . 

6948     Anne  Janette,  born   . 

5949  Sophia,  born  . 

5950  Charles,  born , 

3409  HARRIET  SYBEL  JEWETT  (Joshua  R."'%  Joseph"",  Na- 
than"^", Joseph'"^,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Granby,  Conn., 
March  28,  1797.  She  married  May  2,  1814,  Grove  A.  Pease,  who  was  bom 
in  Norfolk,  Conn.,  Aug.  4,  1789,  son  of  Nathaniel  and  Jerusha  (Hall) 
Pease.     They  resided  in  Granby,  where  she  died  Jan.  24,  1872. 

Children,  born  in  Granby,  Con/n.: 

5951  Albert,  born  Jan.  26,  1815 ;  married  Sarah  Jane  Stevens  of  Clare- 

mont,  N.  H.,  and  had  children. 
6952     Edward  Raymond,  born  April  30,   1819 ;  married  Martha  Card  of 
Macon,  Ga. 

5953  Mary  Ann,  born  Dec.  3,   1829;  married   (1st)    John   Carlton  Wel- 

bom  of  Eufala,  Ala.,  who  died  Feb.  1,  1854,  leaving  one  child, 
John  Carlton,  bom  Nov.  21,  1848.  She  married  (2d)  Jan.  20, 
1859,  Dr.  John  L.  Harris  of  Toladiga,  Ala.,  and  died  April  10, 
1861. 

5954  George  Augustus,  born  April  28,  1839. 

3410  GEORGE  JEWETT  (Joshua  R."",  Joseph"",  Nathan*"",  Jo- 
seph^'^",  Joseph"'",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Granby,  Conn.,  May  10, 
1799.  He  married  Sept.  17,  1823,  Eliza  (Juyton,  who  was  born  Nov.  25, 
1803,  and  died  in  Macon,  Ga.,  May  2,  1839.  He  married  (2d)  Nov.  24,  1839, 
Eunice  Frances  Freeman,  daughter  of  Azel  Roe  and  Delia  (Shaw)  Freeman. 
She  was  bom  in  Nashville,  Tenn.,  Oct.  26,  1818,  and  died  in  Macon  Nov. 
15,  1844.     His  third  wife,  whom  he  married  May  8,  1845,  was  Mrs.  Mary 


584  Jewett  Genealogy 

Ann     Susan  Ballard.     Mr.  Jewett  early  in  life  settled  in  Macon,  Ga.,  and 
died  there  March  14,  1849. 

Children,  horn  in  Macon,  Ga.,  hy  -first  wife: 

5955  Charles  Raymond,  born  July   29,   1824;   married    (1st)    Octavia   N. 

Chester;  (2d)  Martha  Parham  Clement.* 

5956  Harriet  Judith,  boni  March  3,  1826;  died  July  15,  1837. 

5957  Robert  Coleman,  born  April  1,  1828;  died  May  1,  1828. 

5958  Mary  Tabitha,  born  May  29,  1829;  died  Aug.  21,  1829. 

5959  Julia  Caroline,  bom  Sept.  15,  1831 ;  married  Rev.  J.  Boardman  Hart- 

well  (see  5963  below). 

5960  Eliza  Holzendorf,  born  April  1,  1833;  died  Aug.  18,  1834. 

5961  George  Frederick,  born  Nov.  25,  1834;  died  Oct.  12,  184^. 

5962  William  Pettibone,  born  March  22,  1836;  died  Aug.  25,  1840. 

5963  Eliza  Holzendorf,  born  Aug.  15,  1837;  married  Sept.  29,  1858,  Rev. 

J.  Boardman  Hartwell.  In  November,  1858,  they  sailed  as  mis- 
sionaries to  China  under  the  appointment  of  the  Southern  Bap- 
tist Missionary  Society.  She  died  there,  leaving  several  children, 
and  he  then  married  her  sister,  Julia  C,  and  continued  his  work 
in  China  until  1876,  when  they  returned  to  America,  and  he  was 
sent  as  a  missionary  to  the  Chinese  in  San  Francisco,  where  Mrs. 
Julia  Hartwell  died. 

5964  Ella,  born  May  2,  1839 ;  died  the  same  day. 

Children  hy  second  "wife: 

5965  Deha  Frances,  bom  Sept.  18,  1840;  married  George  Morton  of  Rome, 
^  Ga.,  and  died  leaving  one  daughter.  Mar}',  who  married  Paul  H. 

Royal,  a  prominent  lawyer  of  Rome. 

5966  Louisa  Sybel,  bom  March  31,  1842 ;  died  July  27,  1855. 

5967  Azel,  bom  Sept.  26,  1844;  died  Dec.  22,  1844. 

Child  hy  third  •wife: 

5968  Owen  Malone,  born  Feb.  22,  1848;  married  LuHa  Winters  of  Macon, 

Ga.,  and  lived  in  Jones  Co.,  Ga.,  where  he  died  in  1905. 

3412  JULIA  JEWETT  (Joshua  R.^"'%  Joseph'^",  Nathan-^%  Jo- 
seph^°%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  M'as  bom  in  Granby,  Conn.,  Sept.  13, 
1805.  She  married  Nov.  23,  1823,  Alonzo  Phelps  of  Granby,  and  resided 
in  New  York  city,  where  he  died  Nov.  19,  1845.      She  died  May  2,  1849. 

Children: 

5969  Alonzo  R.,  bom  ;  married  April  ,  1853,  Frances  Fay. 

5970  George  M.,  born  ;  died  July  27,  1852. 

6971      Aralzia,  bom  Nov.  25,  1831. 

5972     William  H.,  bom . 


Eighth  Generation  586 

34.13  HENRY  LEE  JEWETT  (Joslma  R."",  Joseph"",  Nathan^", 
Joseph*"^,  Joseph",  Joseph^  Edward^),  was  born  in  Granhy,  Conn.,  Aug. 
29,  1821.  He  settled  in  Macon,  Ga.,  and  married  March  2,  18-tl,  Martha 
Jones  Howard,  who  was  born  in  Monroe  Co.,  Ga.,  April  !i8,  1823,  daughter 
of  John  and  Sallie  (Jones)  Howard.  Such  was  Mr.  Jewett's  business  ca- 
pacity that  in  a  few  years  he  was  elected  Treasurer  of  tlie  South  Western 
R.  R.,  which  position  he  afterwards  resigned  to  engage  in  mercantile  and 
banking  business.  He  was  prominent  in  religious  and  educational  matters 
and  in  his  latter  years  was  elected  the  first  Treasurer  of  the  Georgia  Southern 
and  Florida  R.  R.,  which  position  he  held  until  a  short  time  before  his 
death.     He  died  in  Macon  Jan.  28,  1897.    Hus  widow  died  there  Nov.  1,  1901. 

Children,  born  in  Macon,  Ga.: 
5973     Henry  Cossitt,  born  Dec.  5,  184-4.;  died  June  9,  1845. 
6974     Mary  Frances,  born  Oct.  23,  1846;  married  May  1,  1866,  Augustus 

D.  Sharp  of  Macon,  and  died  Sept.  19,  1866.     He  died  Sept.  22, 

1867. 

5975  John  Howard,  born  June  7,  1849 ;  married  Lou  Ella  Sanders.* 

5976  George    Bowers,    born    April    20,    1853;    married    Katie    Harrison 

Browne.* 

5977  Sallie  Louisa,  born  March  29,  1856;  died  April  6,  1857. 

5978  Ellis  Lee,  bom  July    22,  1858 ;  died  June  27,  I860. 

5979  M.  Kittie,  born  April  28,  I860;  married  Dr.  Howard  J.  Williams.* 

5980  Edward  T.,  born  July  7,  1863;  died  April  15,  1864. 

3415  PATRICK  HENRY  JEWETT  (Joshua  R.^'"%  Joseph"^ 
Nathan*^",  Joscph^"%  Joseph",  Joseph\  Edward'),  was  born  in  Granby, 
Conn.,  March  3,  1825.  He  married  in  Jefferson  Co.,  Ind.,  Mrs.  Mary  Jane 
Hay,  daughter  of  Samuel  B.  and  Elizabeth  (Hiiy)  Wells.  She  was  bom  in 
Jefferson  Co.,  Oct.  24,  1828.  By  her  first  husband  she  had  one  son,  Charles 
L.,  who,  on  reaching  manhood,  had  his  name  changed  to  eJcwett.  He  is  a 
lawyer,  and  is  very  prominent  in  Indiana  politics.  He  was  Chairman  of  the 
State  Democratic  Committee,  and  in  1896  was  a  candidate  for  Congress ; 
has  been  a  member  of  the  Legislature  several  terms. 

Patrick  Henry  Jewett  was  a  very  distinguished,  and  one  of  the  oldest 
lawyers  in  Indiana,  which  state  he  settled  in  when  a  young  man.  On  the 
outbreak  of  the  Civil  War  he  organized  a  company  of  soldiers  of  which  he 
was  the  Captain  and  participated  in  that  struggle.  He  retumed  to  Indiana 
where  he  followed  his  profession.  He  was  District  Attorney  several  years; 
Judge  of  Probate  eight  years,  and  Judge  of  the  Court  of  Common  Pleas 
eight  years.  After  serving  his  state  and  rouiitrv  faitjifullv,  and  with  honor, 
he  died  in  JefFersonville,  Ind.,  Feb.  27,  1.S96.  His  widow  died  Sept.  28, 
1906. 

Children: 

5981  Mary  Elizabeth,  born  Nov.  15,  1852;  married  Joseph  Villroy  Reed.* 


586  Jewett  Genealogy 

6982  Ida  Jane,  born  Feb.  19,  1855;  married  Eugene  Frazer.* 

5983  Henry  Edward,  bom  April  3,  1858;  married  Margaret  Wells.* 

5984  Lila,  born  March  3,  1865 ;  resides  in  JefFersonville,  Ind.,  unmarried. 

5985  Kate,  bom  April  15,  1869;  married  Thomas  Bohon.* 

3417  GEORGE  WASHINGTON  JEWETT  (Josiah'«",  Joseph^'% 
Nathan"®",  Joseph^^^,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Durham, 
Conn.,  Nov.  17,  1800.  He  married  there  Sept.  11,  1823,  Harriet  Camp, 
daughter  of  Dennis  and  Anna  Camp  of  Durham.     She  was  born  Nov.  11, 

1804,  and  died  May  16,  1826.  He  married  second,  at  Durham,  April  3, 
1828,  Janet  A.  Camp,  daughter  of  Josiah  P.  and  Sally  Camp.  She  died  in 
Durham  Dec.  3,  1831,  aged  about  23  years.  He  then  married  in  Moravia^ 
N.  Y.,  April  29,  1832,  Annfs  P.  ]\Iclendy,  who  was  born,  probably,  in  Cory- 
den,  N.  H.,  Oct.  4,  1809.  Mr.  Jewett  lived  in  Durham,  Conn.,  a  number 
of  years  and  removed  to  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  where  he  became  Treasurer  of 
Livingston  Co.  He  later  removed  to  Howell,  Mich.,  from  which  town  he 
was  elected  to  the  Michigan  Legislature.  He  died  in  Howell,  Feb,  12,  1851. 
His  widow  died  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  April  4,  1877. 

Child  hy  first  wife: 

5986  Harriet  A.  E.,  bom  in  Durham,  Conn.,  July  3,  1825 ;  married  Dr. 

Benjamin  W.  Fowler  of  Durham,  and  died  there  in  1847,  s.  p. 

Child  hy  second  wife: 

5987  William  Butler,  born  in  Durham,  Conn.,  Sept.  3,  1829;  married  (1st) 

Eleanor  W.  Huntley;  (2d)  Martha  J.  Glover.* 

Children  hy  third  wife: 

5988  Janet  Amelia,  born  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  April  16,  1833;  died  in  Ann 

Arbor,  Mich.,  Aug.  21,  1837. 

5989  Sarah  Lucretia,  bom  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  Nov.   25,   1835 ;  married 

Zenas  Fobes  Crosman.* 

5990  Mary   Victoria,   bom    in    Howell,   Mich.,    March    1,   1840;   married 

Salem  G.  Kennedy.* 

5991  Eliza  Jane,  bom  in  Howell,  Mich.,  Oct.  10,  1842 ;  died  there  Aug. 

31,  1881. 

5992  Ellen  Augusta,  bom  in  Howell,  Mich.,  Nov.  26,  1844;  married  John 

Ellicott.* 

5993  Charles  Gregory,  born  in  Howell,  Mich.,  Feb.  26,  1847;  married  Eva 

Almira  Mills.* 

3420  MARTHA  JEWETT  (Josiah'''%  Joseph"",  Nathan-'%  Jo- 
seph^"®,  Joseph"",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Durham,  Conn.,  Oct.  9, 

1805.  She  married  April  30,  1832,  Amasa  H.  Dunbar,  who  was  bom  in 
Corydon,  N.  H.,  March  22,  1807,  son  of  Sylvester  and  Hannah   (Powers) 


Eighth  Generation  587 

Dunbur.  They  resided  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  where  he  was  a  teacher,  an  archi- 
tect, and  later  a  cabinet  maker.  He  died  in  Moravia,  Dec.  17,  1881.  She 
died  there  July  28,  1889. 

Children,  born  in  Moraina,  N.  Y.: 
5994.     George  Ward,  born  March  8,  1833;  married   (1st)   Emma  White; 
(2d)  Adelaide  Ruger.* 

5995  Josiah  Jewett,  born  May  29,  1836;  married  in  Manlius,  N.  Y.,  March 

28,  1867,  Amelia  M.  Ainsworth.  Mr.  l)uni)ar  was  a  salesman 
for  Jewett  and  Root  of  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  and  died  in  Buffalo  Aug. 
7,  1874,  leaving  one  child,  Frances  Jewett,  who  is  an  instructor 
in  the  Biological  Department  of  the  University  of  Michigan,  and 
resides  in  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  unmarried. 

3421  JOSIAH  PARSONS  JEWETT  (Josiah'"",  Joseph"",  Nathan=«% 
Joseph"",  Joseph"",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Durham,  Conn.,  Aug. 
9,  1809.  He  married  in  Wyalusing,  Pa.,  June  19,  1830,  Lucretia  Taylor, 
daughter  of  John  and  Deborah  (Buck)  Taylor.  She  was  bom  in  W^-alusing 
July  22,  1807,  and  died  in  Auburn,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  2,  1885.  Mr.  Jewett  was 
an  iron  moulder  by  trade  and  settled  in  Pennsylvania,  but  about  1837  he  re- 
moved with  his  family  to  Livingston  Co.,  Mich.,  and  resided  on  a  small 
farm  about  three  miles  from  the  village  of  Howell.  As  a  zealous  christian 
worker,  he  was  among  the  first  to  organize  a  Presbyterian  Church  and  led 
in  singing;  never  failing  on  Sabbath  morning  to  bring  his  two  wheeled  cart 
to  the  door,  drawn  by  oxen,  and  take  all  of  his  family  to  the  house  of 
God.     He  died  in  Howell,  Nov.  15,  1840. 

Children: 

5996  Anne  Elizabeth,  born  in  Nittany  Valley,  Pa.,  May  22,  1831 ;  died 

Oct.  22,  1847. 

5997  Deborah  Irene,  born  in  Nittany  Valley,  Pa.,  June  4,  1833;  married 

Gurdon  Lester  Meade.* 

5998  John  Taylor,  born  in  Williamsport,  Pa.,  March  31,  1835;  married 

Sarah  Anna  Jones.* 
6999     Martha  Matilda,  born  in  Wyalusing,  Pa.,  March  22,  1837;  died  in 
Moravia,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  22,  1866. 

6000  Josiah  Parsons,  bom   in   Howell,  Mich.,  April   4,   1840.      He  was  a 

Captain  in  the  Civil  War  and  died  at  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  May  10, 
1863,  from  fever  contracted  in  the  Army. 

6001  Sarah  Lucretia   (twin),  born   in   IlowtU,   Midi.,   April  4,  1840;  died 

Sept.  22,  1841. 

3422  SAMUEL  PARSONS  JEWETT  (Josiah'"' \  Joseph"",  Na- 
than^^',  Joseph'"®,  Joseph**,  Joseph*,  fxlward'),  was  l)orn  in  Durham,  Conn., 
Aug.  9,  1809.     He  married  Aug.  19.  1835,  Sarah  Palmer  Cone,  of  Locke, 


588  Jewett  Genealogy 

N.  Y.,  daughter  of  Elijah  Cone.  They  settled  in  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  where 
he  was  a  merchant  and  where  his  wife  died  Feb.  28,  184)8.  He  married 
second,  Oct.  11,  1848,  Sarah  White,  of  Brooklyn,  daughter  of  Matthew- 
White. 

Children,  horn  in  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.     By  -first  wife: 

6002  Eliza,  bom  May ,  1836;  died  Oct.  4,  1847. 

6003  Aaron  Cone,  born  May  5,  1838. 

6004  Guenisey  Smith,  born  Dec.  26,  1840;  died  Jan.  13,  1849. 

6005  Elizabeth  Smith,  bom  July  16,  1843. 

6006  Florence  Sarah,  bom  Oct.  24,  1845. 

Children  by  second  wife: 

6007  Josephine  Letitia,  born  Feb.  26,  1851. 

6008  Frances  Eugena,  born  Nov.  28,  1852. 

3423  CLARISSA  JEWETT  (Josiah^«'%  Joseph"",  Nathan'^',  Jo- 
seph^"®, Joseph"^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Durham,  Conn.,  Dec.  3, 
1811.  She  married  Oct.  1,  1834,  Joseph  Best,  of  Northumberland,  Pa.,  and 
they  settled  in  Ann  Arbor,  Mich. 

Children: 

6009  Minerva  Frances,  bom  Feb.  28,  1836 ;  married  A.  J.  Shively  of  Ann 

Arbor. 

6010  William  Howard,  born  Nov.  24,  1837;  died  March  30,  1843. 

6011  Elliot  McKendry,  born  July  24,  1845. 

6012  Guemsey  Jewett,  bom  July  14,  1852. 

3424  GUERNSEY  JEWETT  (Josiah'"%  Joseph"",  Nathan"'",  Jo- 
seph^"", Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  July  1, 
1816.  He  married  Sept.  11,  1839,  Eliza  Carter,  who  was  bom  in  Ledyard, 
N.  Y.,  April  29,  1819,  daughter  of  Elewyn  and  Belinda  (Buel)  Carter. 
Mr.  Jewett  was  a  merchant  in  Moravia  about  55  years  and  died  there  May 
3,  1893. 

Children: 

6013  Theodore  Carter,  bom  in  Canoga,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  11,  1841 ;  married 

Fannie  Myers  Rasback.     He  graduated  from  Yale  in  1864,  and 
died  in  Moravia,  Feb.  15,  1883. 

6014  Henry   Morrell,  born   in   Ellsworth,   N.   Y.,   Dec.   4,   1843;   married 

Emma  S.  Warren.* 

6015  George  Branch,  born  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  March  7,  1846;  died  Oct. 

18,  1846. 

6016  A  son,  bom  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  June  6,  1848 ;  died  June  7,  1848. 

6017  A  son,  bom  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  June  24,  1849 ;  died  June  25,  1849. 

6018  Carlton  Rogers,  born  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  March  5,  1852;  married 

Jessie  Clark  Holland.* 


Eighth  Generation  589 

8425  HON.  SHERMAN  SKINNER  JEWETT  (Josiah'"%  Josepir'% 
Nathan^**®,  Joseph^'''*,  Joseph"*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Moravia, 
N.  Y.,  Jan.  17,  1818.  He  married  in  BufFulo,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  14,  1889, 
Deborah  Uusenbur}',  who  was  born  in  Nassau,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  25,  1822,  daugh- 
ter of  Benjamin  and  Hannah  (Harris)  Dusenbury. 

From  the  History  of  Buft'-'do  and  Erie  Co.,  by  H.  Perry  Smith. — "  His 
early  Hfc  (Mr.  Jewett's)  was  passed  upon  his  father's  farm,  engaged  in  such 
work  as  he  could  do  to  assist  in  the  support  of  a  large  family.  For  three 
or  four  3ears  after  he  became  ten  years  of  age,  he  attended  tjie  district 
school  in  winter.  *  *  *  *  Hq  appreciated  the  lack  of  opportunity  in 
Moravia,  and,  favored  by  the  suggestions  of  relatives,  he  intended  to  work 
for  his  uncle,  Isaac  Watts  Skinner,  who  owned  a  small  foundry  in  Buffalo 
and  was  a  manufacturer  of  plows,  mill  castings  and  mill  machinery.  He 
left  Moravia  in  company  with  a  man  who  was  taking  a  load  of  produce  to 
market;  consequently  he  walked  nearly  all  the  way  to  the  Eric  ("anal  at 
Jordon.  There  taking  passage  on  a  packet-boat,  he  arrived  in  Buffalo  on 
the  3d  of  May,  1834.  *  ♦  *  *  Qn  reaching  Buffalo  he  commenced  work 
in  his  uncle's  foundry,  painting  plows  and  cleaning  castings. 

"  In  the  winter  of  1834-35  he  attended  Silas  Kingsley's  high  school. 
Afterwards  for  several  months  he  applied  himself  to  learning  the  moulder's 
trade;  then  acting  as  a  clerk  in  the  warehouse,  taking  the  time  of  the  men 
and  other  similar  work,  until  Mr.  Skinner  was  burned  out.  On  Sept.  1st, 
1836,  a  copartnership  was  formed  consisting  of  Franklin  Day,  Francis  H. 
Root  and  Sherman  S.  Jewett,  under  the  firm  name  of  Day,  Root  &  Co.  In 
a  few  months  Mr.  Day  withdrew  and  ]\Ir.  Skinner  took  his  place,  changing 
the  style  of  the  firm  to  Skinner,  Root  &  Co.  In  a  few  years  Mr.  Skinner  and 
Mr.  Root  "withdrew  and  a  new  firm  was  organized,  composed  of  Thomas  J. 
Dudley  and  Sherman  S.  Jewett,  under  the  style  of  Dudley  &  Jewett.  After 
two  years  of  existence  this  firm  was  dissolved  by  Mr.  Dudley  selling  his 
interest  to  Mr.  Jewett,  after  which  the  business  was  continued  by  him  alone 
until  1843,  when  Sherman  S.  Jewett  and  Francis  H.  Root  established  the 
firm  of  Jewett  &  Root,  who  continued  to  manufacture  stoves.  Business 
increased  with  them  as  rapidly  as  they  could  secure  means  with  which  to 
handle  it.  In  1854  the  Chicago  branch  was  opened  in  order  to  retain  and 
increase  their  hold  upon  the  trade  of  the  growing  West.  In  1875  Josiah 
Jewett  was  admitted  to  the  fimi  of  Jewett  &  Root.  In  1878  Mr.  Root  parted 
with  his  interest  in  the  firm,  thus  dissolving  a  partnership  of  thirty-five  years 
of  prosperity.  Then  the  firm  of  Sherman  S.  Jewett  &  Co.  was  formed,  com- 
posed of  Sherman  S.  Jewett,  Henry  C.  Jewett,  and  Josiah  Jewett.  The 
house  now  having  flourishing  brandies  in  Detroit,  Chicago,  Milwaukee,  and 
San  Francisco.  Mr.  .Jewett  has  always  been  very  energetic  in  the  manage- 
ment of  his  business,  and  is  still  actively  at  the  head  of  the  firm  in  every 
sense  of  the  word;  (1884)  ;  is  earlv  at  work  and  nearly  the  last  to  leave. 
He  is  never  known  to  speculate,  and  is  ronuirkable  also  for  his  keen  insight 
into  matters   of  finance  and   his   intuitive   knowledge   of  circumstances    af- 


590  Jewett  Genealogy 

fecting  future  calculations.  To  all  these  is  to  be  attributed  his  success  in 
business,  from  which  he  has  realized  a  handsome  fortune,  which  he  not  only 
enjoys  himself,  but  uses  to  increase  the  comfort  of  those  connected  with  him, 
and  to  benefit  many  others  with  whom  he  has  associated  in  other  business 
enterprises  and  in  various  relations.  His  only  amusement  is  fishing  on  the 
Niagara  river,  where  he  uses  his  elegant  steam  yacht,  '  Titania,'  and  devotes 
Ijimself  with  passionate  energy  to  the  destruction  of  perch,  black  bass  and 
niuscalonge. 

"  Mr.  Jewett  was  elected  to  the  Common  Council  in  1845,  and  served 
during  1845,  1846  and  1849.  He  was  elected  Mayor  pro  tern,  two  or  three 
times,  and  served  as  such  during  the  Mayor's  absence.  At  this  time  oc- 
curred the  Ohio  Basin  and  Erie  Basin  fight  in  the  Common  Council,  the 
advocates  of  each  making  every  exertion  to  kill  off  the  other.  Mr.  Jewett 
took  a  positive  position  that  the  city  needed  both,  and  the  Council  adopted 
this  course,  which  has  proved  the  most  beneficial  to  the  city  of  Buffalo. 

"  In  1878  Mr.  Jewett  received  without  any  previous  knowledge  the  nomi- 
nation for  Representative  in  Congress  at  the  hands  of  the  Republican  party. 
Owing  to  his  poor  health  he  felt  compelled  to  decline  this  unanimous  and  un- 
solicited nomination.  In  1880  he  was  elected  upon  the  Republican  ticket  as 
a  Presidential  Elector  and  cast  his  vote  in  the  Electoral  College  for  James 
A.  Garfield  and  Chester  A.  Arthur. 

"  A  meeting  of  citizens  was  held  Aug.  5,  1868,  at  his  home,  to  con- 
sider the  subject  of  a  public  park.  As  a  sequence  the  Park  became  an  es- 
tablished fact  in  1871.  Mr.  Jewett  has  been  a  Commissioner  since  the  or- 
ganization of  the  Board  of  Park  Commissioners,  and  its  President  since  1879. 
Mr.  Jewett  was  one  of  the  founders  of  the  Buffalo  Club  in  1867,  a  director 
during  the  first  nine  years  of  its  existence,  and  its  President  in  1874. 

"  During  the  war  of  the  Rebellion  Mr.  Jewett  served  on  various  com- 
mittees, was  a  member  of  the  Buffalo  branch  of  the  Christian  Commission, 
and  joined  in  every  movement  to  aid  and  perpetuate  the  Federal  Union. 
At  all  times  he  was  among  the  foremost  to  aid  in  strengthening  the  power 
of  the  Government  by  his  counsel,  his  personal  labor  and  the  use  of  his 
private  means. 

"  His  name  also  appears  as  one  of  the  originators  of  the  Falconwood 
Co.,  in  1869,  and  as  its  first  President,  holding  the  office  until  1877.  His 
relations  with  the  Young  Men's  Association  have  been  at  times  of  a  peculiar 
and  impressive  importance.  In  the  year  1863,  a  meeting  of  nine  gentlemen 
occurred  at  the  old  American  Hall  parlors,  to  discuss  a  project  about  buy- 
ing St.  James  Hall  and  St.  James  Hotel,  to  improve  the  facilities  of  the 
Association.  After  several  hours'  discussion  without  any  definite  results, 
all  mutually  agreed  to  follow  whoever  led  off  in  subscribing,  and  do  the 
same.  Mr.  Jewett,  as  such  leader,  promptly  solved  the  delicate  problem  by 
subscribing  .$3,000,  and  thus  contributed  to  the  success  of  the  effort.  In 
1883,  when  a  further  scheme  was  suggested,  looking  toward  the  erection  of 
a  fire-proof  building  upon  the  property  bounded  by  Washington,  Clinton 


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and  Ellicott  streets  and  Broadway,  the  first  meeting  of  citizens  was  held 
at  Mr.  Jewett's  house,  at  which  time  it  was  his  privilege  to  again  head  the 
list  of  subscribers,  which  was  completed  so  triumphantly,  with  universal  ap- 
proval.    He  was  President  of  the  Association  in  1865. 

"  The  Bank  of  Buffalo  owes  its  origin  to  the  efforts  of  Mr.  Jcwett  and 
his  friends.  He  has  always  been  its  President  and  is  largely  entitled  to  the 
credit  of  its  success,  which  is  without  a  parallel  in  the  history  of  Buffalo 
Banks.  The  Manufacturers  and  Traders  Bank  of  Buffalo  also  claims  him 
as  one  of  its  originators  and  a  director  ever  since.  He  was  also  one  of  the 
originators  and  a  director  of  the  Clinton  Bank,  during  its  entire  existence. 
When  it  withdrew  from  business  ever}'  stockholder  was  paid  in  full.  Mr. 
Jewett  has  been  a  director  of  the  Marine  Bank  since  1869  and  is  now  a 
stockholder  in  several  other  banks. 

"  He  was  also  an  originator  of  the  Buffalo  Mutual  Insurance  Co., 
which  had  a  most  successful  career  and  gained  the  entire  confidence  of  all 
business  circles.  Finalh',  under  the  reorganized  name  of  Buffalo  Fire  and 
Marine  Insurance  Co.,  it  continued  to  increase  in  popularity  until  compelled 
to  retire  from  business  owing  to  the  terrible  losses  suffered  in  the  great  Chi- 
cago fire  of  1871.  Then  the  three  principal  insurance  companies  of  Buffalo — 
The  Western,  the  Buffalo  City  and  the  Buffalo  Fire  and  Marine,  were  all 
placed  in  bankruptcy  and  by  the  action  of  the  Chicago  creditors  Mr.  Jewett 
was  appointed  assignee  of  all.  This  was  one  of  the  most  important  works 
of  his  life  and  to  it  he  applied  himself  with  such  zeal  that  in  three  years  he 
received  his  official  discharge  from  the  entire  work,  which  he  had  completed 
to  the  unbounded  admiration  of  all  interested  parties.     *     ♦     *     * 

"  The  Buffalo  Fine  Arts  Academy  is  proud  to  include  Mr.  Jewett  as 
one  of  its  originators,  who  in  its  darkest  hour  endowed  it  with  a  permanent 
fund  of  $10,000,  of  which  the  interest  could  be  used  for  its  maintenance. 
Inspired  by  this  act,  however,  the  friends  of  the  Academy  at  once  raised 
another  fund  of  similar  amount  to  perform  that  service,  and  set  apart 
the  original  donation  as  a  distinct  fund,  to  be  called  the  Jewett  fund,  the 
interest  to  be  devoted  solely  to  the  purchase  of  works  of  art  for  the  Academy. 
Under  the  silent  influence  of  this  fund  already  (1884)  a  valuable  collection 
of  oil  paintings  now  adorn  the  walls  of  the  Academy  and  bear  testimony  to 
the  thoughtfulness  of  the  donor.  Mr.  Jewett  served  as  curator  of  the 
Academy  for  eight  years  and  was  its  President  in  1865.  He  is  a  trustee 
of  Forest  Lawn  Cemetery,  in  which  he  takes  a  deep  interest. 

"  He  was  one  of  the  earliest  promoters  of  the  construction  of  the  Buf- 
falo, New  York  and  Philadelphia  Railway  and  a  director  from  1867  to  1881. 
In  1876  he  was  called  to  the  presidency.  The  affairs  of  the  road  needed 
just  the  ability  which  he  brought  to  work.  In  order  to  provide  feeders  for 
this  road  Mr.  Jewett  and  the  friends  of  the  enterprise  constructed  several 
narrow  gauge  roads  which  paid  back  to  the  stockholders  more  than  the  en- 
tire capital  invested  in  them,  and  were  finally  sold  at  a  handsome  profit. 
At  the  same  time  the  B.  N.  Y.  &  P.  Railway  had  so  improved  that  it  was 


592  Jewett  Genealogy 

sold  by  Mr.  Jewett  so  as  to  repay  to  the  stockholders  every  dollar  of  the 
capital ;  thus  saving  to  the  city  of  Buffalo  its  $700,000  of  stock  which  it 
took  to  encourage  the  building  of  the  road.  This  is  a  record  of  integrity 
to  the  trust  reposed  in  him,  and  it  is  without  a  parallel  in  the  history  of 
municipal  investments  in  railroads.  In  all  of  the  negotiations  to  effect  a 
sale  of  the  property,  the  point  proposed  by  Mr.  Jewett  and  maintained  by 
him  persistently  was,  that  all  of  the  stockholders,  including  the  city,  must 
share  alike  and  receive  full  value  for  their  stock.  A  reference  to  the  daily 
journals  of  Buffalo  will  show  how  they  tendered  praise  to  him  for  the  ability 
and  honor  displayed  by  him  in  the  entire  transaction.  We  quote  from  the 
Buffalo  Courier  of  April  19,  1881 : 

"  '  The  sale  of  the  Buffalo,  New  York  and  Philadelphia  Railroad  would, 
under  the  ordinary  circumstances  which  attend  the  disposition  of  a  railroad, 
be  in  and  of  itself  a  matter  of  ordinary  importance  in  these  days  of  grand 
negotiations.  But  there  are  some  points  connected  with  the  transfer  of  the 
Buffalo  and  Philadelphia,  and  antecedent  to  it,  that  make  it  a  matter  of 
unusual  local  interest.  When  Sherman  S.  Jewett  plays  anything  like  an 
important  part,  he  is  reticent  to  the  last  degree,  and  a  newspaper  man  might 
as  well  interview  the  sphinx ;  but  if  he  can  give  any  valuable  facts  about 
the  successful  enterprise  of  another,  or  can  speak  of  any  brilliant  stroke 
of  diplomacy  on  the  part  of  a  neighbor  or  a  friend,  he  is  not  only  a  free 
talker,  but  an  enthusiastic  one,  and  becomes  exceedingly  interesting.  A 
personal  experience  with  him  during  the  time  that  he  was  working  the  B.  N. 
Y.  and  P.,  up  to  a  place  where  it  could  have  recognition,  bears  us  out  in 
this,  for  it  was  next  to  impossible  to  get  even  an  admission  from  him  that  he 
was  rescuing  the  road  from  the  utter  ruin  that  threatened  it.  Indeed, 
Courier  reporters  gave  him  up,  and  almost  uniformly  reported  him  to  the 
office  as  having  nothing  of  importance  to  communicate.  The  interests  of 
the  city,  if  there  were  none  other,  compelled  us  to  watch  the  attention  paid 
to  the  B.  N.  Y.  and  P.,  and  we  recall  some  facts  in  connection  with  the 
liistory  of  the  road  which  enable  us  to  speak  intelligently  at  this  time.  It 
Avas  in  the  fall  of  1876  that  Mr.  Sherman  S.  Jewett  and  Mr.  George  B.  Gates 
took  charge  of  the  road  in  question ;  and  it  is  no  exaggeration  to  say  that 
at  that  time  the  road  was  bankrupt  and  the  stock  worthless.  The  first  mort- 
gage bonds  were  put  upon  the  market  and  sold  very  deliberately  in  1876. 
We  called  attention  to  them  at  that  time,  believing  them  to  be  a  safe  invest- 
ment under  the  then  administration.  They  are  now  worth  110  and  will  go 
to  a  higher  figure.  Later  in  the  same  year  the  second  mortgage  bonds, 
drawing  10^  interest,  could  only  find  a  few  purchasers;  but  Mr.  Jewett  re- 
tired all  of  these  and  issued  a  new  series  bearing  seven  per  cent  in  their 
place.  Within  eighteen  months  all  of  this  issue — a  million  dollars — has 
been  placed  at  par  and  is  now  quoted  at  110. 

"'When  Mr.  Jewett  took  the  road  the  floating  debt  was  $1,250,000, 
something  tremendous,  all  the  facts  considered.  That  debt  is  now  all  wiped 
out ;  and  if  any  better  evidence  of  masterly  management  can  be  cited,  it 


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does  not  occur  to  us  at  the  present  writing.  It  was  uiulir  Mr.  .Tewett's 
inanageniont  that  all  tlie  narrow-gauge  roads  connecting  with  the  Buffalo  and 
Philadelphia  were  built  and  coal  mines  opened.  By  going  outside  of  his 
road  antl  levving  legitimate  tribute  where  he  could,  he  extricated  the  B.  N.  Y. 
and  P.  from  ruin  and  saved  it  to  the  stockholders,  of  which  the  tax-payers 
of  Buffalo  are  no  small  number.  The  saving  to  Buffalo  is  nearly  three 
quarters  of  a  million  of  dollars  or  in   nnmd  numbers,  $70(),0()(). 

"  '  Now,  anybody  who  is  familiar  with  the  ;il})hal)et  of  railroading  or 
the  manipulation  of  stocks,  will  readily  understand  that,  moved  by  a  less 
upright  and  patriotic  motive,  Mr.  Jewett  could  have  literally  frozen  out 
the  city  and  the  smaller  stockholders  and  made  himself  absolute  master  of 
the  situation.  He  didn't  do  this  even  though  he  could  have  made  a  hand- 
some fortune  out  of  it,  but  preferred  to  carry  the  whole  load  on  his  own 
shoulders  for  the  benefit  of  everybody  interested;  and  these  facts  and  the 
resurrection  of  the  road  from  nothingness,  all  considered,  make  the  sale  one 
of  the  most  remarkable  in  the  history  of  American  railroads.  We  take  in- 
finite pleasure  in  placing  to  the  credit  of  one  of  our  most  prominent  citizens, 
a  transaction  so  rare  and  so  successful  in  every  feature  of  it.  Negotiations 
have  been  pending  for  the  past  five  months,  but  had  they  not  succeeded  the 
propertv  had  been  so  thoroughly  built  up,  Mr.  Jewett  would  have  paid  a 
dividend  next  August. 

*' '  The  work  of  Mr.  Jewett  w  ill  be  better  appreciated,  when  it  is  re- 
membered that  his  own  very  extensive  business,  both  as  a  manufacturer  and 
a  banker,  required  a  great  deal  of  his  time  and  attention,  and  assuredly  these 
riave  not  been  neglected. 

"  '  Mr.  Jewett  has  one  of  the  best  business  and  diplomatic  minds  in  this 
country.  He  is  a  thinker;  and  when  he  proceeds  about  negotiations  of  any 
kind  he  knows  preciseh'  what  he  is  doing.  There  is  no  tricking  about  him, 
and  when  he  puts  a  thing  into  the  market,  the  fact  that  his  name  is  back  of 
it  is  ample  guarantee  that  it  is  worth  what  he  asks  for  it.  This  is  a  good 
enough  record  for  any  man,  but  it  holds  good  through  all  ]\Ir.  Jewett's  busi- 
ness career;  and  the  railroad  transaction  under  consideration  is  primarily 
valuable  to  us  as  revealing  the  fact  that  we  have  a  modest  business  gentle- 
man in  our  midst  who  is  capable  of  dealing  with  large  enterprises  in  the 
best  possible  style,  with  reference  to  the  best  interests  of  all  concerned.' 

"  The  assistance  given  to  religious  enterprises  is  also  worthy  of  men- 
tion. The  Washington  Street  Baptist  Church,  Prospect  Ave.  Baptist  Church. 
Delaware  Ave.  Baptist  Church,  Rochester  University  and  similar  institutions 
elsewhere,  some  of  other  denominations  can  attest  his  liberality 
to  them.  In  IHHH  Mr.  Jewett  erected  in  Chicago  a  mercantile  building 
which  ranks  amonfir  the  first  in  that  city  of  commercial  ])alaces.  and  is  vahu-d 
at  half  a  million  dollars. 

"  In  1863  S.  V.  R.  Watson  was  elected  President  of  the  Young  Men's 
Association.  The  o])position  candidate  was  Sherman  S.  Jewett,  but  to 
strengthen  both  tickets  the  names  of  six  of  the  most  prominent  business  men 


594  Jewett  Genealogy 

of  the  city,  including  both  Messrs,  Watson  and  Jewett,  were  placed  on  both 
tickets,  so  tliat  wliichcver  ticket  was  elected  the  president-elect  might  have 
their  advice  and  influence  in  support  of  any  plan  that  he  might  devise  for 
obtaining  a  suitable  building  for  the   association,   and  although   the  heads 
of  the  tickets  manifested  none  but  the  most  friendly  feeling,  yet  it  cannot 
be  denied  that  among  their  immediate  personal  friends  no  little  feeling  was 
shown.     Time  rolled  on  and  Mr.  Watson  succeeded  in  obtaining  a  refusal 
of  what  was  then  known  as  the  St.  James  property   (now  occupied  by  the 
Young  Men's  Association)    for  $112,000.      The  question   then   was,   could 
an   amount  be  raised  by  subscription  which   would  render  it  safe  for  the 
Association    to   purchase   the   property.''      After    carefully    considering   the 
matter,  ]\Ir.  Watson  invited  eight  of  the  most  prominent  business  men  of  the 
city,  including  five  on  the  ticket,  to  meet  him  at  the  American  Hotel.     In 
addition,  some  of  the  younger  members  of  his  committee  who  were  on  the 
building  committee,  were  also  invited.     The  evening  arrived  and  Mr.  Watson 
laid  his  plans  before  the  meeting  and  took  his  seat.     There  was  a  dead  pause 
for  about  five  minutes.     It  was  by  far  the  largest  scheme  that  had  ever  been 
planned  in  Buffalo ;  we  had  but  few  wealthy  men.     It  is  safe  to  say  that 
there  are  two  here  now  where  there  was  one  then,  and  of  the  wealthy  men, 
of  whom  those  present,  were  perhaps,  the  most  prominent,  it  is  safe  to  say 
that  every  one  is  now  worth  at  least  double  the  amount  he  was  then.      I 
mention  this  matter  to  show  the  great  doubts  that  existed  whether  any  such 
sum  could  be  raised.     At  last  Mr.  S.  S.  Jewett  arose.     The  writer,  who  was 
present  as  one  of  the  building  committee,  is  frank  to  confess  that  his  heart 
sank  within  him.     A  most  vivid  recollection  of  the  Y.  M.  A.  election  passed 
through  his  mind.     The  election,  as  before  stated,  had  been  an  unusually 
excited  one,  and  after  it  was  over  hot  and  bitter  words  passed  between  the 
younger  men  on  the  respective  tickets.     I  had  then  but  little  personal  ac- 
quaintance with  Mr.  Jewett.     Would  he  heartily  support  a  plan  originating 
with  a  man  who  had  just  defeated  him?     A  look  at  the  anxious  face  of  Mr. 
Watson  showed  me  that  the  same  thoughts  were  passing  through  his  mind. 
It  was  not  merely  necessary  that  he  should  speak  favorably  of  the  plan ;  it 
was  absolutely  necessary  to  have  the  hearty  and  cordial  support  of  the  lead- 
ing business  men,  and  if  a  man  of  the  standing  of  S.  S.  Jewett  expressed 
the  slightest  doubt  about  the  scheme,  the  thing  was  up.    Fortunately  he  came 
loyally  and  nobly  to  our  support.     Over  twenty  years  have  elapsed,  yet  I 
remember  his  speech  as  if  I  had  heard  it  yesterday.     Said  he:     Mr.  Watson 
and  Gentlemen: — I  have  listened  with  great  attention  and  the  deepest  in- 
terest to  the  details  of  Mr.  Watson's  plan.     In  my  judgment  there  is  no 
doubt  as  to  what  our  duty  is  in  the  matter.     The  Young  Men's  Association 
is  entitled  to  our  most  earnest  support.     It  seems  to  me  that  the  advantages 
of  a  great  public  library  cannot  be  sufficiently  extolled.     It  places  within  the 
reach  of  every  family,  for  a  mere  trifle,  the  advantages  of  such  a  library  as 
no  private  individual,  however  wealthy,  can  possess.     The  question  is,  what 
shall  we  do  in  regard  to  the  plan  before  us?     There  is  but  one  thing  for  us 


Eighth  Generation  595 

to  do ;  we  must  do  all  in  our  power  to  carry  it  through.  If  there  is  any  bet- 
ter plan  it  has  not  been  shown.  We  have  had  too  much  throwing  cold  water 
on  any  plan  that  has  been  brougiit  up.  I  have  got  thoroughly  sick  of  hear- 
ing-— Well,  the  idea  is  a  pretty  good  one,  but  can  we  not  find  a  better  one.? 
I  tell  you,  gentlemen,  we  want  a  little  less  seeing  and  a  little  more  sub- 
scribing. Now,  I  have  three  propositions  to  make  to  you,  gentlemen,  and 
you  may  take  either  one  of  them.  I  will  go  in  with  you  eight  and  purchase 
this  building  and  present  it  to  the  Young  Men's  Association ;  or  I  will  go 
in  with  you  eight  and  build  a  fire  proof  building  that  will  cost  not  less  than 
$250,000;  or  I  will  give  as  much  as  any  other  man  in  Buffalo. 

"  From  that  moment  the  success  of  the  project  was  secured.  After 
consultation  the  nine  men  subscribed  each  $3000,  and  with  this  start  the  en- 
terprise was  pushed  through  to  a  successful  conclusion.  Comment  is  need- 
less. In  the  words  of  the  late  Dean  Richmond  to  one  of  the  younger  ujen 
of  Mr.  Watson's  committee: — Young  man,  it  is  seldom  you  will  find  a  man 
who,  after  he  is  beaten,  will  turn  around  and  make  an  offer  that  might  cost 
him  $30,000  in  order  to  carry  through  a  project  that  his  successful  rival 
has  originated.  The  name  of  S.  S.  Jewett  should  always  be  held  dear  by 
all  friends  of  the  Young  Men's  Association  as  one  to  whose  loyal  and  un- 
selfish support  the  institution  owes  so  much  of  its  present  prosperity." 

After  a  long  and  honorable  life  Mr.  Jewett  died  in  Buffalo,  Fel).  28, 
1897. 

Children,  horn  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.: 
6019  Henry  Clay,  born  Dec.  6,  1840;  married  (1st)  in  Dresden,  Geniiany, 
Aug.  14,  1864,  Louise  E.  Walther,  daughter  of  Theodore  and 
J.  Pauline  (Schierz)  Walther;  married  (2d)  in  Erie,  Pa.,  Oct. 
21,  1897,  M.  A.  Emma  Schmidt,  daughter  of  F.  E.  Schmidt.  For 
a  number  of  years  Mr.  Jewett  was  associated  in  business  with  his 
father  in  the  firm  of  Sherman  S.  Jewett  &  Co.,  and  also  enfraccd 
in  the  manufacture  of  sole  leather  and  other  business  enterprises. 
In  East  Aurora,  N.  Y.,  he  owns  and  conducts  one  of  the  most 
up  to  date  and  one  of  the  best  stock  farms  in  the  country.  On 
his  farm  is  a  mile  race  track  which  is  entirely  housed  over  so 
that  his  horses  may  be  exercised  at  any  time  of  the  year  and  in  all 
kinds  of  weather.  This  mile  track  encircles  a  half  mile  track 
which  is  open  and  is  used  in  fair  weather.  Mr.  Jewett  breeds  fine 
horses  of  the  best  type.  A  gentleman  visiting  the  writer's  office 
said:  "I  have  been  acquainted  with  Mr.  Henry  Jewett  a  number 
of  years  and  it  has  never  been  mv  pleasure  to  meet  a  man  I  thouo-ht 
more  honorable,  upright  and  honest.  He  is  a  man  of  great  de- 
termination and  usually  carries  to  a  successful  termination  any 
project  he  undertakes;  he  is  an  afl'iable,  kindhearted  gentleman  and 
a  true  friend  to  the  deserving."  Owing  to  bad  health  Mr.  Jewett, 
in  1906,  removed  to  Pasadena,  California,  where  he  now  resides, 
8.  p. 


596  Jewett  Genealogy 

6020  Josiah,  born  Oct.  4,  1842;  married  Grace  Hull.* 

6021  Emma  Alice,  born  July  12,  1844;  married  Charles  H.  Williams.* 

6022  Jennie    ^Matilda,    born    Feb.    3,    1849;    married    Henry    Cogswell 

Howard.* 

6023  Frank  Webster,  bom  May  3,  1858;  died  in  Buffalo,  Feb.  2,  1859. 

6024  George  Sherman,  born  Jan.  20,  I860;  died  in  Buffalo,  April  5,  1862. 

3426  JOHN  COTTON  JEWETT  (Josiah^«'%  Joseph^'",  Nathan^-«% 
Joseph^^^,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  Feb. 
2,  1820.  His  boyhood  days  were  spent  on  the  farm  wnth  his  father,  assisting 
in  the  farm  work  summers,  and  attending  district  school  during  the  winter, 
until  he  was  seventeen  years  of  age.  He  then  went  to  Ann  Arbor,  Mich., 
to  work  in  the  store  of  his  brother  Samuel  and  subsequently  became  a  partner. 

Here  he  became  acquainted  with  and  married  Miss  Priscilla  Boardman, 
whose  parents  resided  there.  Their  marriage  was  celebrated  in  Ann  Arbor 
Feb.  2,  1843.  Some  eight  or  ten  years  after  their  marriage  they  removed 
to  Albion,  where  he  conducted  a  mercantile  business  alone,  and  a  few  years 
later  they  removed  to  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  where  he  resided,  and  where,  with  his 
sons  and  son-in-law,  Risby  Tucker,  they  built  up  a  mammoth  manufacturing 
business  in  refrigerators,  bird  cages,  etc.,  etc.  Mr.  Jewett  died  in  Los 
Angeles,  Cal.,  Feb.  18,  1904. 

Children: 

6025  Edgar  Boardman,  born  in  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  Dec.  14,  1843;  mar- 

ried Elizabeth  Foster  Danforth.* 

6026  Carrie  Amelia,  born  in  Ann   Arbor,  Mich.,   Oct.   3,   1847;  married 

Dec.   12,   1867,  Hugh  McKibbin,  and  died  in   Buffalo,  July  22, 
1893. 

6027  Matilda  Caroline,  born  in  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  Aug.  11,  1849;  mar- 

ried Oct.  26,  1869,  Risby  Tucker.     They  reside  in  Buffalo,  where 
Mr.  Tucker  is  a  member  of  the  John  C.  Jewett  Manufacturing  Co. 

6028  Ella,  bom  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  April  7,  1865 ;  married  Willis  H.  Howes.* 

6029  Frederick  Arthur,  born  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  10,  1859;  married 

Anna  James.* 

6030  Mabel,  born  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  22,  1864 ;  died  there  Jan.  26, 

1866. 

3429  DR.  CHARLES  CARROLL  JEWETT  (Josiah^«",  Joseph"% 
Nathan-*",  Joseph'°%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Moravia, 
N.  Y.,  June  28,  1827.  He  married  in  New  York  City,  Jan.  19,  1856,  Ellen 
Ransom,  who  was  born  in  Colchester,  Conn.,  Jan.  21,  1835,  daughter  of 
John  and  Lydia  (Clark)  Ransom  and  adopted  daughter  of  Daniel  Bur- 
loughs.  Dr.  Jewett  studied  medicine  and  settled  in  Moravia,  where  he  fol- 
lowed his  profession  and  conducted  a  farm.     He  died  there  Sept.  7,  1870. 

Children,  horn  in  Moraviu,  N.  Y.: 

6031  Gertrude,  bom  June  19,  1857;  married  Sept.  28,  1887,  Dr.  Henry 


Eighth  Generation  597 

Hastings  Hunt  of  Porthind,  Me.  In  1884  Dr.  Hunt  was  elected 
Professor  of  Physiology  in  the  Medical  School  of  Maine  (the 
Medical  Department  of  Bowdoin  College).  He  was  for  many  years 
one  of  the  visiting  physicians  of  tlie  Maine  General  Hospital 
in  Portland,  but  owing  to  ill  health  he  was  obliged  to  resign  from 
the  College  and  Hospital  in  1891,  and  they  now  reside  in  Buffalo, 
N.  Y. 

6032  Louise  Rogers,  born   May   27,   1859.      She   is  Professor   of  Art   in 

the  ISIount  Holyokc  College,  at  South  Hadley,  Mass.,  where  she 
resides,  unmarried. 

6033  Sophie,  horn  June  3,  1861.      She  is  Assistant  Professor  of  English 

Literature  in  Wellesley  College.  Has  published  a  volume  of  ver«;*; 
called  "  The  Pilgrim  and  Other  Poems  " ;  "  A  Life  of  St.  Francis 
of  Assisi  "  written  especially  for  children  ;  also  many  poems  and 
articles  in  various  magazines.     Unmarried. 

6034  Charles  Sherman,  born  ISLarch  16,  1865.     He  is  a  graduate  of  Vale 

University ;  of  the  Sheffield  Scientific  School  and  of  the  College 
of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  of  New  York.  He  is  a  physicinn  and 
resides  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  where  he  is  visiting  physician  to  the 
Erie  County  Hospital  and  Clinical  Pathologist  at  the  Hospital 
of  the  Sisters  of  Charity.     Unmarried. 

3430  JAMES  HERVEY  JEWETT  (Josiah^«'%  Joseph"'",  Nathan'"', 
Joseph"*,  Joseph'',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  Oct. 
11,  1830.  He  married  June  7,  1854,  Mary  Frances  Colegrove,  daughter  of 
Dr.  Bela  H.  and  Eliza  (Ives)  Colegrove.  She  was  bom  in  Sardinia.  N.  Y., 
May  3,  1836,  and  died  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  6,  1880.  He  married  second, 
at  Lansingburg,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  15,  1882,  Isabel  Mills,  who  was  bom  in  Lansing- 
burg,  June  7,  1845,  daughter  of  Thomas  and  Helen  (Reid)  JMills.  For 
thirty  years  Mr.  Jewett  was  engaged  in  the  boot  and  shoe  business  in  Buf- 
falo, N.  Y.,  and  in  1889  removed  to  Colorado.  He  saw  possibilities  in  the 
village  of  Green  Mountain  Falls  which  consisted  then  of  a  hotel  and  a  room- 
ing house.  He  invested  heavily  there,  building  numerous  cottages,  an  opera 
house  and  several  stores,  and  transformed  the  small  village  into  a  prosperous 
summer  resort;  at  the  time  of  his  death  he  owned  practically  all  of  the 
town.  When  the  town  was  incorporated  he  was  chosen  Mayor  and  lield  the 
office  until  1902,  when  he  resigned.  He  died  in  St.  Luke's  Hospital,  Denver, 
Col.,  Dec.  15,  1904.     His  widow  resides  in  Troy,  N.  Y. 

Children,  all  hij  first  icife: 
6036     Nellie  EHza,  born  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  27,  1855;  married  John 
Urquhart.* 

6036  Katie  Sophia,  born  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  3,  1857;  died  in  1867. 

6037  Alice  Theodora,  born  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  March  19,  1859;  married 

George  Frederic   Newton.* 


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6038  Bcla  Colegrove,  bom   in  Moravia,  N.   Y.,  May   17,   1862;  married 

Grace  Ivy  Littleton.* 

6039  Mary  Frances,  born  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  May  14-,  1864<;  married  in 

Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  30,  1887,  George  Brewster  INIontgomery,  who 
was  born  at  Silver  Creek,  N.  Y.,  July  2,  1862,  son  of  Henry  and 
Helen  (Lee)  Montgomery.  They  reside  in  Buffalo,  where  he  is 
President  of  the  Montgomery  Bros.  &  Co.,  lumber  firm. 

6040  Grace  Ruth,  born  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  22,  1868;  married  Henry 

Bodge  Pcnnell.* 

604?1      Georgia,  born  ;  married  in  Cohasset,  Mass.,  Dec.  ,  1904", 

A.  Ray  Hunt.     They  reside  at  Green  Mountain  Falls,  Col.,  and 

have  one  child,  IVIary  Frances,  born  in  Auburn,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  , 

1905. 

34-31  DR.  JOHN  ROGERS  JEWETT  (George  W."'S  Joseph^«^  Na- 
than"^", Joseph^°°,  Joseph",  Joseph^,  Edw^ard^),  was  born  in  Saybrook,  Conn., 
in  1809.  He  married  in  Lyons,  Mich.,  Jan.  — — ,  1849,  Mary  Ann  Snyder, 
who  was  born  in  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  daughter  of  John  and  Elizabeth  Snyder. 
Dr.  Jewett  moved  wuth  his  parents  to  Ohio  in  1818  and  from  there  to  Ann 
Arbor,  Mich.,  in  1829,  where  he  began  the  study  of  medicine.  He  first  went 
to  Lyons  in  1832,  before  there  was  any  settlement  of  white  people  In  that 
vallej" ;  soon  after  this  he  located  there  as  a  physician,  and  with  the  excep- 
tion of  one  or  two  short  intervals  was  a  resident  of  that  place  until  his  death, 
his  family  having  died  before  him.  He  died  Oct.  12,  1897.  Dr.  Jewett 
was  a  gentleman  of  the  old  school,  a  fine  scholar,  and  commanded  the  re- 
spect of  the  people  of  his  acquaintance. 

Children,  born  in  Lyons,  Mich.: 
6042     George  Washington,  bom  Sept.  22,  1851 ;  died  soon  after  reaching 

manhood,  unmarried. 
604<3     Emeline  Frances,  bom  Feb.  24,  1852 ;  died  at  the  age  of  7  years. 

6044  Charles  Taylor,  born  June  13,  1855 ;  married  and  died  at  the  age 

of  thirty,  without  Issue. 

3439  HON.  NATHAN  JEWETT  (Nathan^"',  Nathan"",  Nathan=«% 
Joseph^"®,  Joseph^",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  In  Colchester,  Conn.,  July 
31,  1804.  He  married  in  Lyme,  Conn.,  Feb.  2,  1837,  Lucretia  Rogers  Stark, 
who  was  bom  in  Lyme,  March  26,  1819,  daughter  of  Nathan  and  Luranna 
(Lee)  Stark.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Jewett  settled  in  East  Haddam,  Conn.,  where 
he  was  a  farmer  and  a  Justice  of  the  Peace  many  years.  '  He  was  a  Repre- 
sentative to  the  Legislature  several  terms  and  Senator  from  the  19th  District 
in  1849.     He  died  In  East  Haddam,  June  — ,  1895.     His  wife  died  there 

Nov.  ,  1892. 

Children,  born  in  East  Haddam,  Corm.: 

6045  Robert  Morris,  bora  Feb.  22,   1835 ;  married  Mary  A.  Lester.* 


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Eighth  Generation  599 

6046  Dan  Lee,  born  Dec.  22,  1840;  nmrriod  in  Windham,  Conn.,  June  6, 

1871,  Isabel  M.  Brown,  daughter  of  Brainard  and  Louise  (Barry) 
Brown.  Dr.  Jewett  graduated  from  tlie  Medical  Department  of 
the  Columbia  University  in  1862.  Aug.  15,  1862,  he  enlisted  in 
the  20th  Conn.  Inft.,  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  and  was  mustered 
out  June  13,  1865.  He  was  at  Chancellorsville,  Gettysburg  and 
the  battles  of  the  Atlanta  Campaign  from  the  first  to  last.  Was 
on  the  "  March  to  the  Sea  "  through  the  Carolinas  and  around  to 
Washington,  and  participated  in  the  "  Grand  Review,"  the  war's 
finale.  He  has  received  many  appointments  in  a  professional  way 
and  for  25  years  has  been  a  U.  S.  Pensioner  Examiner.  Is  a  Mason 
of  the  Knight  Templar  degree  and  resides  in  Watseka,  111.  One 
child,  Montrose,  born  April  8,  1872;  died  Nov.  24,  1880. 

6047  Samuel  Nathan,  born  April  28,   1843;  married  Dec.   14,  1869,  H. 

Louise  Dawle}'.  One  child,  Dora,  born  in  Lyme,  Conn.,  Oct.  2, 
1874;  married  July  26,  1899,  John  J.  Tiff  ay,  and  resides  in  Lyme. 

6048  Elizabeth   S.,  born   Nov.   27,   1845;  married   Nov.   19,   1867,   B.   A. 

Rathbun,  and  resides  in  Essex,  Conn.  Two  children,  viz.,  Estelle 
M.,  born  Sept.  3,  1869;  married  Oct.  27,  1892,  James  A.  Rawson 
of  Milton,  Mass.,  who  died  soon ;  and  N.  Jewett,  bom  Dec.  14, 
1872. 

6049  Philemon  S.,  born  Dec.  20,  1848;  was  adopted  when  quite  young  by 

a  Mr.  Scranton  and  took  that  name.     He  married  Oct.  ,  1874, 

Alice  Scranton,  and  had  J.  Hamilton,  born  Oct.  ,  1875 ;  and 

Katherine,  bom  Nov. ,  1877. 

6050  Emily  Ann,  born  April  13,  1853 ;  died  Oct.  9,  1854. 

6051  Charles  S.,  born  Sept.  16,  1855;  married  Kate  G.  Fosdick.* 

3440  LAURA  MARIA  JEWETT  (Nathan'"",  Nathan'",  Nathan"% 
Joseph'''^,  Joseph"",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  East  Haddam,  Conn., 
April  4,  1808.     She  married  Victor  M.  Johnson,  son  of  W^illiam  and  Mitty 

(Williams)  Johnson  of  Lyme,  Conn,     He  died  in  Florida,  Aug.  ,  1837. 

She  married  second,  Isaac  Garretson  of  Florida  and  died  March  4,  1889. 

Children,  hy  first  husband: 

6052  Melville,  born  ;  died  in  childhood. 

6053  Julietta  Maria,  bom  in  Lyme,  Conn.,  Feb.  26,  1829 ;  married  Abial 

Stark.* 

6054  Van  Buren,  born  . 

Child,  by  second  husband: 

6055  Isaac,  born  . 

3442  NATHAN  HIBBARD  JEWETT  (Nathan"'*,  David"%  Na- 
than^®', Joseph'"'*,  Joseph"",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  East  Haddam, 
Conn.,  in  1781.     He  married  June  10,  1810,  Amy  Cray,  who  was  born  in 


600  Jewett  Genealogy 

1790.  When  a  boy  Mr.  Jewett  went  to  New  York  City,  where  he  learned 
the  painter's  trade.  At  the  age  of  18  he  settled  in  Mamaroneck,  N.  Y.,  on  a 
farm  where  he  lived  until  1821,  when  he  removed  to  Enfield,  N.  Y.,  when  the 
country  was  a  wilderness.  He  died  in  Trumemsburg,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  16,  1876. 
His  wife  died  in  Enfield,  March  16,  1854. 

Children: 

6056  Sally  Ann,  bom  Oct.  29,  1810;  married  Samuel  Budd,  and  died  in 

Ovid,  Mich. 

6057  Mary,  born  Feb.  11,  1812;  married  in  1834,  Lewis  Cowen,  and  lived 

in  Enfield,  N.  Y. 

6058  William,  bom  July  30,  1818  ;  married  Mandana  Koots.* 

6059  Phoebe,  born  Oct.  19,  1822;  married  Orrin  Heller  and  lived  in  Ithaca, 

N.  Y. 

6060  Harriet,  born  July  22,  1828;  married  Charles  I.  Sage,  and  settled 

in  Ithaca,  N.  Y.,  but  died  in  Indiana  in  1887. 

3443  GEORGE  GRIFFIN  JEWETT  (Nathan^"'*,  David''-,  Nathan-'^, 
Joseph^"®,  Joseph^-,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  East  Haddam,  Conn., 
March  22,  1785.  He  married  in  Tolland,  Conn.,  Thursday,  May  24,  1810, 
Mary  Williams  Grosvenor,  who  was  born  in  Tolland,  Sunday,  Sept.  14,  1788, 
daughter  of  Dr.  Grosvenor  of  Tolland.  They  were  married  by  Rev.  Nathan 
Williams,  D.  D.,  the  bride's  grandfather. 

Mr.  Jewett  was  a  carriage  builder  and  settled  in  New  London,  Conn. ; 
about  1814  removed  to  Albany,  N.  Y.,  and  from  there  to  Livingston,  N.  Y., 
where  they  lived  a  few  years  and  then  removed  to  New  York  City.  He  died 
in  Hoboken,  N.  J.,  July ,  1861. 

Children: 

6061  George  Williams,  born  in  New  London,  Conn.,  July  12,  1811 ;  died  in 

New  Orleans,  La.,  Nov.  3,  1834,  unmarried. 

6062  Mary  Grosvenor,  bom  in  New  London,  Conn.,  April  19,  1813;  died 

in  New  York  City,  April  22,  1887,  unmarried. 

6063  William  Grosvenor,  born  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  30,  1815;  married 

Margaret  Henry,  and  died  in  California  in  1849. 

6064  Ruth  Adelaide,  bora  in  Hudson,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  30,  1817;  died  in  Al- 

bany, N.  Y.,  Aug.  13,  1819. 

6065  Ferdinand,  bom  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  June  12,  1820 ;  died  Jan.  15,  1822. 

6066  Francis  Ferdinand,  born  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  5,  1822 ;  died  June 

28,  1823. 

6067  Elizabeth,  bom  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  2,  1824;  died  Dec.  29,  1824. 

6068  Edward  Griffin,  born  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  May  10,  1826;  died  Sept.  9, 

1826. 

6069  Elizabeth,  bom  in  Livingston,  N.  Y.,  June  24,  1829 ;  married  Frank- 

lin Alonzo  Rockwell,  and  died  in  Stamford,  Conn.,  Oct.  14,  1895. 


Eighth  Generation  601 

6070  Isaac  Williams,  bom  in  Livingston,  N.  Y.,  June  5,  1830 ;  died  Sept. 

,  1830. 

6071  Edward  Griffin,  born  in  Livingston,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  31,  1831  ;  married 

(1st)  Sarah  Louisa  Sutton;  (2d)  Carrie  Leonora  Gordon.* 

3448  JUSTIN  JEWETT  (Nathan  H."",  David'«%  Nathan"',  Jo- 
seph^"", Joseph"",  Joseph^,  Edward*),  was  bom  in  East  Haddam,  Conn., 
Sept.  27,  1794.  He  married  Mary  Ann  Beckwith,  daughter  of  Nathan  Beck- 
with.     His  second  wife  was  Hannah  Barns,  who  was  born  Feb.  7,  1808. 

Child,  by  first  ■wife: 

6072  Mary,  bom  Oct.  27,  1828;  married  Jan.  1,  1848,  Edwin  Osman,  and 

had  Mary  Melinda  and  William  Henry. 

3451  JOHN  GRIFFIN  JEWETT  (David  M."«%  David"",  Nathan""', 
Joseph*^®,  Joseph"",  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom  in  Lyme,  Conn.,  Dec.  1, 
1796.     He  married  Rebecca  Stark  of  Lyme  and  died  Aug.  1,  1853. 

Children: 

6073  Henry,  born  . 

6074  John,  born  . 

6075  Frederick,  bom  . 


3462  HARRY  J.  COMSTOCK  (Elizabeth*'''^,  David"%  Nathan"',  Jo- 
seph*"^^,  Joseph"",  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom  in  Sweden,  Monroe  Co., 
N.  Y.,  Feb.  15,  1806.  He  married  May  24,  1834,  Mary  Loomis,  who  was 
bom  May  5,  1808.     They  resided  in  Sweden. 

Children,  born  in  Sweden,  N.  Y.: 

6076  Jane  Ameha,  born  June  24,  1838. 

6077  Martha  Adelaide,  bom  June  3,  1841. 

6078  Caroline  Goodspeed,  born  July  6,  1843. 

6079  Helen  Josephine,  bom  Feb.  13,  1847. 

3470  GIBBONS  HYDE  JEWETT  (Gibbons*"',  Gibbons"%  Nathan"', 
Joseph*°',  Joseph"*,  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom  in  East  Haddam,  Conn., 
Dec.  10,  1792.  He  married  Feb.  18,  1816,  Sarah  Banning,  who  was  born 
Oct.  10,  1798.     They  resided  in  Parma,  N.  Y. 

Child: 

6080  John  Gibbons,  born  in  Parma,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  25,  1826;  married  May 

,  1850,  Delia  McDaniels.     They  settled  in  Parma,  N.  Y.,  and 

in  1854  removed  to  Wisconsin.     Children  born  in  Parma,  Frank, 
bom  July  30,  1851  ;  and  an  infant,  l)orn  April  6,  1853. 


602  Jewett  Genealogy 

3486  SARAH  HILLHOUSE  (Sa^ah^'''^  Sarah"%  David==«%  Joseph"% 
Joseph",  Josephs  Edward^),  was  born  .  She  married  Fehx  H.  Gil- 
bert, son  of  Fehx  Gilbert  of  Wilker  Co.,  Ga.  He  was  a  merchant  and  a 
member  of  the  Legislature.  A  man  of  vigorous  intellect,  of  benevolent  tem- 
per and  high  social  qualities.  He  died  in  Wilker  Co.,  Ga.,  Nov.  27,  1813. 
Mrs.  Gilbert  died  there  May  15,  1808. 

Child: 

6081  Sarah  Hillhousc,  bom  in  1806;  married  Adam  Leopold  Alexander.* 

3487  MARY  HILLHOUSE  (Sarah"°S  Sarah'«%  David-««,  Joseph"% 
Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  .  She  married  Andrew  Shep- 
herd (his  2d  wife),  a  wealthy  planter  of  Wilker  Co.,  Ga.,  formerly  of  Vir- 
ginia.    He  died  about  1830.     She  died  April  23,  1856. 

Children: 

6082  Albert  H.,  bom  .     He  was  a  physician  and  married  Anne  E. 

Smith.     Three  children,  Sarah  Porter,  WilHam,  and  Alberta. 

6083  Edward  T.,  born  ;  married  Eliza  J.  Wynn  and  had  five  chil- 

dren, viz.,  Martha,  Mary,  Sarah  A.,  Charlotte,  and  Andrew  H. 

6084  Maria  F.,  bom ;  married  Lock  Weems,  and  died  May  18,  1850. 

He  died  in  1853.  Six  children,  viz.,  Edward  M.,  Eugenia,  who  was 
said  to  be  the  most  beautiful  woman  in  Georgia ;  Lock,  Mary  S., 
Charlotte  W.,  John  A.,  and  Felix. 

6085  Charlotte  W.,  born  ;  married  Rev.  John  W.  Baker  of  Georgia. 

They  had  eight  children,  viz.,  Felixna,  who  married  Prof.  Wood- 
row  of  Oglethrop  University ;  Carlone  C,  John  W.,  William,  Henry, 
Edward,  Charlotte  E.,  and  Charles  W. 

6086  Sarah,  born  ;  died  unmarried. 

6087  Caroline,  born  ;  married  Gen.  Andrew  J.  Hansell,  a  lawyer  of 

Marietta,  Ga.  Four  children,  viz.,  William  A.,  Julia  S.,  Mary  C, 
and  Felixna. 

6088  Alexander,  bom  . 

3498  REV.    DR.    AUGUSTINE    DAVID    LAWRENCE    JEWETT 

(David^'S  David  H."%  David^'S  Joseph"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Wilkesbarre,  Pa.,  Jan.  12,  1830.  He  married  in  New  York 
City,  April  22,  1856,  Elizabeth  Hall  Dickinson,  who  was  bom  in  Lancaster, 
Pa.,  Feb.  21,  1833,  daughter  of  Rev.  Dr.  Richard  William  and  Margaret  C. 
(Hall)  Dickinson.  Mr.  Jewett  was  graduated  from  Williams  College  in  1852 
and  later  from  the  Theological  Seminary  of  Princeton.  He  was  a  Presby- 
terian Clergyman,  lived  in  Wilkesbarre,  Pa. ;  Washington,  D.  C. ;  New  York 
and  Nyack,  N.  Y.  He  died  April  29,  1898.  Mrs.  Jewett  died  March  30, 
1880. 


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Eighth  Genekation  603 

Children : 

6089  Richard  Dickinson,  born  in  I'icnnont,  N.  Y.,  July  6,  1857;  married 

Elise  Mclenda  Schmidt.* 

6090  Ehzabeth  Hall,  born  in  Tifrmont,  N.  Y.,  July  21,  1858;  died  March 

28,  1859. 

6091  Sarah,  born  in  Westchester  Co.,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  3,  I860;  died  April  25, 

1897. 

6092  Margaret  C,  born  in  Fordham,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  15,  1863;  died  Feb.  7, 

1867. 

6093  Gertrude,  born  April  14,  1868;  died  March  5,  1879. 

3499  REV.  DAVID  JEWETT  WALLER  (Elizabeth"",  David  H."°, 
David'***,  Joseph"%  Joseph"",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Wyoming, 
Lucerne  Co.,  Pa.,  Jan.  16,  1815.  He  married  May  23,  1839,  Julia  EU- 
maker,  daughter  of  Levi  and  Hannah  (Hopkins)  Ellmaker  of  Philadelphia, 
Pa.  Mr.  Waller  graduated  from  Williams  College  in  1834  and  from  Prince- 
ton Theological  Seminary  in  1837.  He  was  ordained  and  installed  pastor 
of  the  Presbyterian  Church  of  Bloomsburg,  Pa.,  May  ,  1839. 

Children: 

6094  Hannah  Ellmaker,  born  Aug.  30,  1840. 

6095  Elizabeth,  bom  March  14;  died  July  19,  1842. 

6096  Maria  Louisa,  born  May  29,  1843;  died  Feb.  28,  1844. 

6097  Harriet,  born  Nov.  16,  1844;  died  June  13,  1845. 

6098  David  Jewett,  born  June  17,  1846. 

6099  William  Patterson,  bom  Jan.  20,  died  April  22,  1848. 

6100  Levi  Ellmaker,  bom  July  16,  1851. 

6101  George  Phillips,  born  April  2,  1854. 

3522  FREDERICK  PRIME  (Frederick"='%  NathanierS  Joshua^'*, 
Sarah"",  Joseph^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March 
1,  1846.  He  married  in  New  York  City,  June  22,  1871,  Lauretta  D.  Tous- 
sard  Coxe,  daughter  of  Alfred  Coxe  of  Philadelphia. 

Children: 

6102  Lauretta  Coxe,  bom  May  10,  1872;  died  in  Pelham,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  29, 

1873. 

6103  Mary  Alice,  born  in  Easton,  Pa.,  June  17,  1874. 

6104  Lauretta  D.  Toussard,  born  in  Easton,  Pa.,  Dec.   1,  1875. 

6105  Frederick,  born  in  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  Sept.  5,  1879;  died  in  Baltimore, 

Md.,  Dec.  17,  1880. 

6106  Frederick,  born  in  Baltimore,  Md.,  March  3,  1881. 

6107  Alfred  Coxe,  born  in  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  March  3,  1883. 

3524  EDNA   CUSHING  JEWKTl^    (Humphrey   P.^''%   Eliphalef", 


604  Jewett  Genealogy 

PauP-',  Joshiia^'^,  Joseph"^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Boston,  Mass., 
Oct.  10,  1847.  She  married  in  Boston,  June  16,  1869,  Edward  Ashley  Smith, 
who  was  born  in  Sutton,  Bedfordshire,  Enigland,  May  19,  1846,  son  of 
Thomas  and  Elizabeth  (Boston)  Smith.  Mr.  Smith  is  a  printer  and  pub- 
lisher in  Alton,  111.,  where  they  reside. 

Children,  born  m  Alton,  III.: 

6108  Lucy  Emery,  born  May  7,  1871 ;  resides  in  Alton,  unmarried. 

6109  Edna   Tilton,   born   May   25,   1873;   married   Oct.    10,    1900,   Allen 

Reiser,  son  of  Ira  and  Margaret  (Allen)  Keiser.  He  is  an  under- 
taker ;  residence,  Alton ;  s.  p. 

6110  Frank  Jewett,  bom  Nov.  20,  1875. 

6111  Edward  Harris,  born  Jan.  30,  1877;  married  in  Lincoln,  111.,  Oct.  16, 

1901,  Katherine  Leighton  Pegram.  He  is  associated  in  business 
with  his  father  and  resides  in  Alton.  One  child,  Edna  Katherine, 
born  Aug.  9,  1902. 

6112  Jewett,  born  Dec.  16,  1879;  married  Sept.   16,   1903,  Helen  Herd- 

man  Rue.  He  is  associated  in  business  with  his  father  and  resides 
in  Alton,  s.  p. 

6113  Ruth  Ashwell,  bom  Sept.  3,  1882. 

6114  Walter  Morgan,  born  Sept.  8,  1884. 

6115  Herbert  Gushing,  born  July  24,  1888. 

3532  WILLIAM   CRANE  JEWETT    (John  P.''*%  PauP'',  PauP'S 

Joshua^^^,   Joseph"",   Joseph*,   Edward^),  was  bom   at  Hyde  Park,   Mass., 

May  21,  1864.     He  married  Feb.  14,  1888,  Eliza  Barlor  Ruth,  who  was  bora 

Tune  6,  1866,  daughter  of  James  Ruple  and  Henrietta  Cornelia   (Collins) 

Ruth.     They  reside  in  Newark,  N.  J.,  where  their  children  were  born. 

Children: 

6116  Ruth  Collins,  born  June  6,  1889. 
Sill     Mary  St.  Claire,  born  Oct.  21,  1892. 

3540  STANLEY  P.  JEWETT  (Henry  P.  B."",  Paul"',  Paul"*, 
Joshua"^  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  Oct.  8, 
1854.  He  married  in  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  Sept.  19,  1878,  Phebe  C.  Mead, 
daughter  of  William  D.  and  Hannah  (Arthur)  Mead.  She  died  in  Pasa- 
dena, Cal.,  May  — ,  1900.  He  married  (2d),  in  Oakland,  Cal.,  Oct.  8, 
1902,  Susie  Stewart,  daughter  of  Albert  G.  and  Mary  (French)  Stewart. 
Mr.  Jewett  was  for  a  while  a  student  at  the  Massachusetts  Institute  of  Tech- 
nology, but  was  forced  to  leave  on  account  of  poor  eyesight.  He  has  lived 
in  Cleveland  and  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  Pasadena,  Cal.,  and  now  resides  in  Al- 
hambra,  Cal.  He  is  a  civil  engineer  and  a  member  of  the  Masonic  order  of 
the  Knight  Templar  degree. 


Eighth  Generation  605 

Children  by  -first  u-ifc,  born  in  Pasadena,  Cal.: 

6118  Frank  IJaldwin,  born  Sept.  5,  1879;  married  in  Ilockford,  111.,  Dec. 

26,  1905,  Fannie  Cornelia  Frisbie,  daughter  of  Willoughby  Lynde 
Lay  and  Clara  Frances  (Leach)  Frisbie.  She  graduated  from 
Rockford  College  with  the  degree  of  A.  B.  in  1899,  and  from  the 
University  of  Chicago  with  the  degree  of  Ph.  D.,  in  1904,  and  was  a 
teacher  in  Barnard  College.  Mr.  Jewett  graduated  from  the 
Throop  Polytechnic  Institute  at  Pasadena  in  1898  with  the  de- 
gree of  A.  B.,  and  received  the  Ph.  D.  degree  (Physics)  from  the 
University  of  Chicago  in  1902.  He  is  a  civil  engineer  and  resides 
in  Boston,  Mass. 

6119  Pauline,  boni  June  10,  1882;  resides  in  Pasadena,  Cal. 

Children  hy  second  nrife: 

6120  Infant,  born  in  Pasadena,  July  18;  died  July  19,  1904. 

6121  Howard  W.,  born  in  Placerville,  Cal.,  Sept.  19,  1905. 


NINTH    GENERATION 


NINTH    GENERATION 

3571  JOHN  GLINES  JEWETT  (Smith^'*%  Samuel«='%  Samuel='-% 
SamueP",  Francis**,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian'*,  Edward^),  was  born  at  Meredith 
Bridge,  now  Laconia,  N.  H.,  Sept.  4,  1829.  He  married  Dec.  — ,  1855, 
Caroline  E.  Shannon  of  Barnstead,  N.  H. 

From  "Illustrated  Laconian": — "For  nearly  half  a  century  Judge 
John  G.  Jewett  has  served  the  public  in  various  positions  of  trust  and  honor, 
and  he  has  been  for  many  years  one  of  the  best  known  citizens  in  this  sec- 
tion of  Belknap  County.  *  *  *  jje  attended  the  public  schools  of  Mere- 
dith Bridge  and  the  Gilford  Academy,  and  after  completing  his  education 
he  taught  school  in  this  vicinity  for  ten  years.  In  1855  he  went  to  South 
America  as  a  gold  hunter,  returning  in  March,  1857.  He  was  employed  for 
eight  years  in  the  Laconia  car  shops,  and  in  1876  was  appointed  Judge  of  the 
Laconia  Police  Court,  a  position  which  he  filled  with  dignity  and  justice 
for  sixteen  years.  In  1891  he  resigned,  and  was  appointed  Postmaster  by 
President  Harrison.  He  resigned  the  postmastership  in  May,  1895,  and 
since  that  time  has  been  retired  from  public  life.  Besides  these  two  posi- 
tions mentioned,  Judge  Jewett  has  held  numerous  other  offices,  both  town  and 
county.  He  was  register  of  probate  for  two  years ;  was  collector  of  taxes 
in  1859 ;  was  a  selectman  of  Gilford  for  three  years,  and  in  1863  was  recruit- 
ing officer  for  that  town.  He  was  in  the  N-ew  Hampshire  Legislature  in 
1867  and  1868 ;  was  a  member  of  the  Laconia  Board  of  Education  for 
twelve  years,  and  was  Superintendent  of  the  School  Committee  in  Gilford 
in  1858.    *    *  * 

"  Judge  Jewett  has  been  a  Free  Mason  for  over  thirt}'  years,  having 
joined  Mt.  Lebanon  Lodge  in  1864',  and  he  is  a  past  master  of  the  Lodge. 
He  is  also  a  member  and  past  officer  of  Union  Chapter,  and  belongs  to  Pil- 
grim Commandery,  Knights  Templar.  In  religious  affairs  he  affiliates  with 
the  Congregationalists,  and  in  politics  he  is  a  staunch  Republican." 

Children,  born  in  Laconia,  N.  H.: 

6122  Stephen  Shannon,  born  Sept.  18,  1858;  married  Annie  L.  Bray.* 

6123  John  B.,  bom  . 

6124  Katie  Bell,  bom ;  married  April  27,  1893,  Dr.  T.  Kitson  Bmce. 

They  reside  in  Laconia. 

3576  CAPT.  ALBERT  HENRY  CLAY  JEWETT  (Smith"",  Sam- 
ueP'%  Samuel"%  SamueP",  Francis",  EzckicP,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was 
bom  at  Meredith  Bridge,  now  Laconia,  N.  H.,  Dec.  22,  IS-il.  He  married 
June  11,  1868,  Etta  Merrill  of  Warren,  N.  H.  He  enlisted  during  the  Civil 
War  and  was  a  lieutenant  in  the  Fourth  New  Hampshire  Regt.,  but  sencd 

HO'J 


610  Jewett  Genealogy 

as  captain  at  the  close  of  the  war.  He  was  a  dentist  after  the  war,  and 
later  received  an  appointment  in  the  Pension  Office  in  Washington,  where  he 
served  a  number  of  years.     He  died  in  Washington,  D.  C,  in  1898. 

Children : 

6125  Henry  Merrill,  born  .     He  graduated  from  Garfield  College  in 

Washington,  and  is  a  physician  in  Washington,  D.  C. 

6126  Grace,  bom .      She  graduated  from  the  Tilton  Seminary  of  Til- 

ton,  N.  H.,  and  is  a  prominent  writer  for  Zion's  Herald  and  several 
magazines.     Married  Prof.   Frank  Austin. 

3581  DR.  JOHN  HUBBARD  STEVENS  (Lucy^«°%  Jacob''^  Sam- 
ueF"°,  SamueP",  Francis'*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Gilford,  N.  H.,  Nov.  11,  1832.  He  married  in  Concord,  N.  H.,  Dec.  5, 
1857,  Maria  L.  Towle,  who  was  born  at  Great  Falls  July  26,  1837,  daughter 
of  Elbridge  Towle  of  Great  Falls,  N.  H.  Dr.  Stevens  was  a  soldier  in  the 
Civil  War  and  served  as  hospital  steward  in  the  New  Hampshire  Heavy  Ar- 
tiller3\  He  is  a  dentist,  a  member  of  the  Knights  of  Honor,  and  the  G.  A.  R. 
Has  resided  in  Gilford,  N.  H.,  Boston,  Mass.,  and  now  lives  in  Sandwich, 
Mass. 

Children,  born  in  Sandwich,  Mass.: 

6127  Mattie  Imogene,  bom  June  26,  1871.     Resides  in  Sandwich. 

6128  John  Gilbert,  born  Aug.  20,  1872;  died  Oct.  1,  1873. 

3585  JOSEPH  WHEELER  (Joseph^'^°,  Joseph^",  Mehitable'^-,  Sam- 
uel"', Francis'*,  EzekieP,  MaximiHan%  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Bethel,  Me., 
Sept.  9,  1816.  He  married  March  5,  1843,  Eliza  Clark  of  Bethel.  Mr. 
Wheeler  was  a  farmer  and  resided  in  Bethel,  Mason,  Albany,  and  Paris,  Me. 

Children: 

6129  John  Kimball,  born  Jan.  5,  1845. 

6130  Charles  Elbridge,  bom  Aug.  25,  1847 ;  died  in  Lincoln  Hospital,  Aug. 

6,  1864. 

6131  Ellery  Freeman,  bom  March  5,  1848. 

6132  Wendell  Edson,  born  Sept.  11,  1850. 

6133  Pierce  Elliot,  born  Feb.  28,  1852. 

6134  Nelson  Blake,  born  Aug.  9,  1854. 

6135  Hannibal  Lincoln,  bom  Sept.  12,  I860. 

6136  Ulysses  Grant,  born  May  26,  1862. 

3586  OLIVE  WHEELER  (Joseph^«^%  Joseph«*%  Mehitable''^%  Sara- 
ueP",  Francis^*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Bethel,  Me., 
She  married  May  13,  1839,  Almon  Grover,  who  was  bora  in  Bethel  Jan.  24, 
1815,  son  of  Eli  and  Mehitable  (Austin)  Grover.  They  settled  in  Albany, 
Me.,  but  returned  to  Bethel,  where  he  died  Feb.  14,  1882. 


Ninth  Generation  611 

Children: 

6137  Almcda  E.,  born  Dec.  6,  18i0;  died  May  5,  1857. 

6138  Leonard  G.,  born  June  ild,  18V2;  married  June  29,  1866,  Lydia  D. 

Wheeler. 

6139  Gabrilla  0.,  born  Sept.  11,  1844;  died  April  18,  1859. 

6140  Arvilla  D.,  born  July  21,  1847;  died  March  6,  1859. 

6141  Samuel  O.,  born  Oct.'  28,  1849;  married  (1st),  Oct.  28,  1870,  Emma 

Wheeler;  (2d)   Sarah  Wheeler. 

6142  George   A.,   born    Dec.    5,    1851;    married   May    1,    1881,   Anna   R. 

Wright,  daughter  of  Scth  Wright.      He  is  a  farmer  in  Bethel,  Me. 

6143  Augustus  L.,  bom  Feb.  28,  1853. 

6144  Eugene  C,  born  June  20,  1856;  married  and  settled  in  the  West. 

6145  Albert  E.,  born  Oct.  5,  1857;  married  Jan.  3,  1889,  Edith  Wheeler, 

daughter  of  Clifford  Wheeler. 

3588  DANIEL  GAGE  WHEELER  (Joseph'«'°,  Joseph'*%  Mehit- 
able^^",  SamueP^',  Francis-%  EzekieP,  Maximihan^  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Bethel,  Me.,  April  1,  1823.  He  married  Clara  Ann  Boothby  of  Turner, 
Me.,  and  settled  in  that  part  of  Abbington,  Mass.,  now  called  Rockland. 
He  was  prominent  in  the  town  and  filled  many  responsible  positions,  and 
served  two  enlistments  in  the  Civil  War. 

Children: 

6146  Channing  Eugene,  bom  March  2,  1848;  died  May  9,  1852. 

6147  Emma  Etta,  born  April  9,  1850. 

6148  Clarence  E.,  born  July  6,  1852.  ^ 

6149  Daniel  Laforest,  bom  Oct.  10,  1854. 

6150  Laura,  bom  ,  1856;  died  voung. 

6151  Arthur  Wilson,  born  April  — ,  1859.     He  graduated  from  Amherst 

College  and  was  elected  professor  in  Smith  College,  but  died  at 
the  Johns  Hopkins  University,  Baltimore,  Md.,  before  entering 
upon  his  duties. 

6152  Freddie,  born  ,  1863 ;  died  young. 

6153  Cuvicr  Gay,  bom  July  29,  1867. 

3589  ELBRIDGE  GERRY  WHELER  (Joseph'"^^",  Joseph"^',  Me- 
hitable^^",  SamueP^',  Francis"*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward*),  was  born 
in  Bethel,  Me.,  July  8,  1825.  He  was  educated  in  tiie  common  schools,  and 
in  earh'  manhood  settled  in  East  Abbington,  Mass.,  where  he  engaged  in  the 
shoe  business.  Returning  to  Maine,  he  carried  on  the  same  business  at 
West  Bethel  for  nearly  30  years,  when  he  settled  on  a  farm.  In  politics  he 
was  early  a  Free  Soiler,  and  later  a  Republican.  He  was  prominent  in 
town  affairs,  having  served  seven  terms  as  selectman,  and  also  held  other 
positions  of  trust.  He  was  a  prominent  Free  Mason.  Married  (1st)  Me- 
lissa Grover,  daughter  of  George  W.  and  Dolly  (Bean)   Grover.     She  was 


612  Jewett  Genealogy 

born  Feb.  16,  1826,  and  died  March  31,  1851.      He  married  (2d)  Mehitable 
Jane  Grover,  who  was  born  Sept.  23,  1831,  daughter  of  Hezekiah  Grover. 

Child  by  first  wife: 

6154  Ella  Melissa,  bom  March  3,  1851 ;  married  Sept.  30,  1871,  Ralph  W. 

Bean.     They  reside  in  Archer,  Cal. 

Children  hy  second  wife: 

6155  Minnie  Estella,  born  May  3,   1863.      She  was  educated  at  Gould's 

Academy  and  Bates  College,  and  is  a  teacher. 

6156  Flora  Jane,  born  July  9,  1864.      She  was  educated  at  Gould's  Acad- 

emy and  is  a  teacher. 

6157  Edward  Elbridge,  born  Jan.   29,  1869.     H€  fitted  for  college  and 

entered  Bates  in  the  class  of  '92.  Was  a  young  man  of  great 
promise,  but  was  attacked  by  la  grippe,  from  which  he  never  re- 
covered and  died  from  consumption  Oct.  31,  1891. 

3621  GALAN  WHEELER  (Peter^'^%  Joseph«*%  Mehitable''-,  Sam- 
ueP^^,  Francis^*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born  in  Bethel,  Me., 
Oct.  12,  1833.  He  married  Dec.  25,  1855,  Frances  A.  Harden  and  resided 
m  Milan,  N.  H. 

Children: 

6158  Edwin  E.,  born  Jan.  20,  1857. 

6159  Nelhe  E.,  bom  Nov.  4,  1860. 

6160  Frank  E.,  bom  Oct.  26,  1862. 

6161  Ernest  A.,  born  April  6,  1866. 

3635  ROBINA  GROVER  (Naomi'^'S  Joseph''^  Mehitable"%  Sam- 
ueP^^,  Francis"*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Bethel,  Me., 
Nov.  23,  1834.  She  married  Sept.  1,  1855,  Joseph  S.  Mason,  who  was  bom 
in  Bethel,  Oct.  1,  1837,  son  of  Sylvanus  Mason. 

Children: 

6162  Herbert,  bora  Nov.  30,  1862;  married  Lilla  Eastman. 

6163  Nelhe,  born  March  18,  1869;  married  Wilham  Gribbin  of  Portland, 

Me. 

6164  Grace,  born  Jan.  8,  1874. 

3643  CHARLES  JEWETT  (NathanieP"',  Nathaniel'",  Ezekiel"% 
Samuel"^,  Francis^*,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born  in  Bethel, 
Me.,  Dec.  11,  1824.  He  married  in  Dexter  Me.,  March  17,  1846,  Mary 
Clement  Pullen,  who  was  born  in  Fairfield,  Me.,  Dec.  19,  1825,  daughter  of 
Lemuel  and  Mary  (Blackwell)  Pullen.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  in  Dexter, 
where  he  died  April  18,  1897. 


Ninth  Gexeration  613 

Children,  burn  in  Dexter,  Mc: 

6165  Hannah  Mary  Bell,  born  March  27,  1847;  married  in  Pittsfield,  Me., 

Jan.  8,  1893,  George  Call  of  Pittsfield,  son  of  Samuel  Call.  He 
is  a  farmer  and  dairyman.      They  reside  in  Dexter,  s.  p. 

6166  Augusta  Eldora,  born  Jan.  31,  1849;  married  Harrison  E.  Soule.* 

6167  George  Ira,  bom  April  3,  1851  ;  married  Lois  Yates  Thompson.* 

6168  Flora  Etta,  born  Oct.  '22,  1853 ;  married  John  Henry  Tuttle.* 

6169  Marilla  Pullen,  born  May  9,  1855;  married  Dec.  24,  1885,  Robert 

Leslie   Hutton.      They  reside  in  I^awrence,  Mass. 

6170  Gilman    Herl)ert,   born    Aug.    20,    1857;   married   March    17,    1906, 

^Minnie  Xewell,  and  resides  in  Brunswick,  Me. 

6171  Mary  Chestena,  born  June  15,  1868;  married  in  Lisbon  Falls,  Me., 

Aug.  4,  1888,  Eugene  Albert  Ward,  who  was  born  in  Freeport, 
i\Ie.,  July  9,  1861.  son  of  Albert  and  Louise  (Brown)  Ward.  He 
is  a  butcher,  and  they  reside  in  Pittsfield,  Me.  One  child,  Harry 
Everett,  bom  Oct.  15,  1891. 

3644  SAMUEL  RODNEY  JEWETT  ( Samuel' **''%  NathanieF",  Eze- 
kieP^^,  SamueP^',  Francis"*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward*),  was  born  in 
Temple,  N.  H.,  Jan.  25,  1819.  He  married  in  Milan,  N.  H.,  July  3,  1857, 
>relvina  Phelps,  who  was  born  Aug.  19,  1837.  They  settled  in  Milan  and 
removed  to  Ripley,  ^le.,  where  he  died  Feb.  26,  1901. 

Children,  born  in  Biplcy,  Me.,  except  first: 

6172  Lydia,  bom  in  Milan,  N.  H.,  April  23,  1858;  married  (1st)  Joseph 

'Smith;  (2d)  Mr.  Allen. 

6173  Lois  A.,  born  June  14,  1859;  died  in  Ripley  ^NLarch  3,  1864. 

6174  Vesta  A.,  born  Sept.  7,  1861  ;  married  Henry  Butler.* 

6175  Ellen  N.,  born  May  9,  1865  ;  married  Roscoe  W.  Falker,  who  was  bom 

in  Ripley  April  1,  1864. 

6176  Amanda  :\i.,  bom  Feb.  28,  1868;  died  :\Liy  2,  1874. 

6177  Charles  E.,  bom  Sept.  17,  1870. 

6178  Ardel   R.,  born   June  26,   1873;   resides   in   Greenville,  ]\Ie. 

6179  Irwin  H.,  bom  Oct.  15.  1875. 

6180  Nora,  born  March  19.  1883. 

3645  NORMAN  STILES  JEWETT  (Samuel"*^',  Nathaniel'",  Eze- 
kieP^'*,  SamueP*\  Francis"*,  Ezekier,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Temple,  N.  H.,  March  19,  1821.  He  married  in  Nelson,  N.  H.,  April  6, 
1845,  Martha  Celesta  Kittredge,  daughter  of  Joshua  and  Eveline  (Chapman) 
Kittredge.  She  was  born  in  Nelson  Aug.  28,  1827,  and  died  in  Ripley,  Me., 
March  27,  1863,  from  diphtheria.  Six  of  her  children  died  from  the  same 
disease  about  the  same  time.  Mr.  Jewett  married  (2d),  in  Ripley,  Sept.  — , 
1863,  Ida  Caroline  Carson,  who  died  April  11.  1872.  He  married  (3d), 
Oft.  _,  1873,  Delilah  Ann  Brown,  who  died  July  22.  1887.      He  then  innr- 


61 4<  Jewett  Genealogy 

ried  in  Dexter,  Me.,  Adaline  C.  Cluster.  She  died  March  15,  1903.  Mr. 
Jewett  was  a  painter  and  settled  in  Ripley,  Me.  He  removed  to  Parkman, 
Me.,  and  died  in  Foxcroft,  Me.,  from  heart  disease,  Dec.  20,  1897. 

Children  hy  first  wife,  bom  in  Ripley,  Me.,  except  two: 

6181  Lois  Eveline,  born  June  28,  1846;  died  in  Ripley    April  1,  1863. 

6182  Martha  Howe,  born  Feb.  19,  1848 ;  died  in  Ripley    March  22,  1863. 

6183  Charles  Henry,  born   in  Winthrop,  Me.,  July  12,  1850;  resides  in 

Mclntire,  Iowa,  unm. 

6184  George  Washington,  bom  in  Winthrop,  Me.,  Aug.  3,  1852;  died  in 

Ripley,  March  13,  1863. 

6185  Julius  Elwin  (twin),  born  Oct.  12,  1854;  married  Evelyn  C.  Strout.* 

6186  Julia   Ellen    (twin),  born   Oct.    12,   1854;   died   in   Ripley   April   3, 

1863. 

6187  Albert  Sturtevant,  bom  May  9,  1856;  died  in  Ripley,  April  1,  1863. 

6188  Samuel  Norman,  born  Sept.  — ,  1857 ;  died  in  Ripley  April  10,  1863. 

6189  Caroline   Elizabeth,  born   March   6,   1862;   married  July   26,   1884, 

Frank  Willis  Burrill,  son  of  John  and  Sarah  (Reals)  Burrill.  They 
reside  in  Foxcroft,  Me.,  where  he  is  a  painter. 

Children  by  second  wife,  all  born  in  Parkman,  Me.,  except  first: 

6190  William  Melvin,  bom  in  Ripley  Jan.  30,  1864 ;  married  Mina  Downs. 

They  reside  in  Foxcroft,  Me. 

6191  Lois  Etta,  born  May  30,  1866;  died  in  Foxcroft,  Me.,  Aug.  — , 

1892. 

6192  Rosa  Bell,  born  May  23,  1867;  died  in  Parkman,  Oct.  11,  1874. 

6193  Sidney  Norman,  born  July  12,  1868;  resides  in  Greeley,  Col. 

6194  Frankie,  born  ,  1869;  died  in  1869. 

6195  Martha,  bora  ,  1871 ;  died  Oct.  — ,  1871. 

6196  Ira  James,  born  April  4,  1872;  died  Jan.  20,  1879. 

3648  JAMES  EDWIN  JEWETT  (SamueP'='%  Nathaniel'",  Eze- 
kieP^'*,  Samuel"^  Francis"*,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Hanover,  Me.,  May  23,  1827.  H*  married  in  Ripley,  Me.,  Jan.  1,  1854, 
Mary  Susan  Goodale,  who  was  bom  in  Ripley  June  5,  1833,  daughter  of 
John  and  Abigail  Ross  (Fowler)  Goodale.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  a 
carpenter  and  resided  in  Ripley,  where  he  died  June  17,  1873.  He  was 
prominent  in  church  work  and  at  the  time  of  his  death  was  superintendent  of 
a  Sunday  school.     His  widow  resides  in  Dexter,  Me. 

Children,  bom  in  Ripley,  Me.: 

6197  Gilman  James,  bora  May  29,  1855;  died  Feb.  10,  1863. 

6198  George  Henry,  bora  April  14,  1857 ;  died  in  Ripley,  March  13,  1888. 

He  was  selectman  several  years,  and  tax  collector. 


Ninth  Genekation  615 

6199  Mary  Ellen,  born   May   20,   I860;   married  Oct.   26,   1881,  George 

Mclvin   Nutter.     They  reside  in   Ripley. 

6200  Myra  Emma,  born  March  5,  1862;  married  Sept.  20,  1883,  Albert 

Parker.     They  reside  in  St.  Albans,  Me. 

6201  John  Goodale,  bom  May  1,  1868;  married  Dec.  25,  1891,  Nellie  B. 

Grecly.     Residence,  Ripley. 

6202  Gilman  James,  bom  Aug.  9,  1871. 

3649  ORINGE  JEWETT  (Samuel'*",  NathanieP'^S  EzekieP",  Sam- 
ueP",  Francis"*,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian"^,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Hanover, 
Me.,  Dec.  15,  1829.  He  married  in  Harmony,  Me.,  Dec.  16,  1855,  Sarah 
A.  Magoon,  who  died  May  16,  1895,  daugiiter  of  Joseph  and  Sarah  (Star- 
bard)  Magoon.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  farmer  and  has  lived  in  Ripley,  St.  Albans, 
and  now  resides  in  Dexter,  Me. 

Children: 

6203  Dora  A.,  born  in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  Sept.  18,  1856;  marired  H.  B. 

Nutter.* 

6204  Alice  J.,  born  in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  March  9,  1859 ;  died  in  Dexter,  Me., 

Sept.  — ,  1877. 

6205  Ephraim  O.,  bom  in   Dexter,  Me.,  Dec.  21,  1862;  died  Aug.   18, 

1864. 

6206  Sarah  Mabel,  born  in   Dexter  Me.,  July   10,  1866;  died  April   11, 

1871. 

6207  Frank  O.,  born  in  Dexter,  Me.,  May  17,  1867;  died  April  11,  1871. 

6208  Fred  M.,  bom  in  Dexter,  Me.,  June  17,  1872;  married  Jennie  E. 

Thompson.* 

3651  MARY  J.  H.  JEWETT  (SamueP«'»,  Nathaniel"\  Eze- 
kiel^",  SamueP",  Francis'"*,  EzekieP,  Maximihan^,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Ripley,  Me.,  June  23,  1842.  She  married  Sept.  6,  1858,  Horace  Frost  of 
St.  Albans,  Me.     They  reside  in  Ripley. 

Children : 

6209  Elmira  (twin),  born  in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  Sept.  21,  1862;  died  Aug. 

31,  1865. 

6210  Elvena  (twin),  born  in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  Sept.  21,  1862;  married  Ham- 

hn  Stuart,  April  24,  1883. 

6211  Adclbert,  bom  Nov.  29,  1864. 

6212  Isaiah  B.  (twin),  bom  Dec.  29,  1867. 

6213  Lora  (twin),  bom  Dec.  29,  1867;  died  Jan.  16,  1873. 

6214  Lamond,  born  Jan.  16,  1875. 
6216  Charles  A.,  born  March  17,  1879. 
6216  Herbert  H.,  born  Jan.  15,  1883. 


616  Jewett  Genealogy 

3652  LYDIA  JOSEPHINE  JEWETT  (EzekieP'='%  Isaac''-,  Eze- 
kieP^^  SamucP^^  Francis'-*,  Ezekicl",  ]MaximiHan^  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Nelson,  N.  H.,  Aug.  15,  1815.  She  married  in  Hanover,  Me.,  Feb.  6,  1840, 
Milton  Roberts,  and  died  in  Hanover,  iVIarch  31,  1885. 

Ch'ddr(fn: 

6217  Mary  Elizabeth,  born  in  Bethel,  Me.,  March  4,  1842;  died  in  Han- 

over, Me.,  Nov.  4,  1867. 

6218  Laurantha,  born  in  Hanover,  Me.,  May  18,  1844 ;  died  Nov.  18,  1862. 

6219  Almeran,  bom  in  Hanover,  Me.,  April  29,  1846;  married  ]Melinda  S. 

Paine.     Resides  in  Hanover,  Me. 

6220  Modestus,  born  in  Hanover,  Me.,  May  28,  1851 ;  died  Oct.  29,  1867. 

3655  CASPAR  JEWETT  (EzckieP^"^«,  Isaac''",  EzekieP'%  Samuel"% 
Francis"*,  Ezekiel",  IMaximilian"^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Nelson,  N.  H., 
Jan.  26.  1821.  He  married  Mary  J.  Hezwood  and  lived  in  Hanover  and 
Yarmouth,  Me. 

Children,  born  in  Hanover,  Me.: 

6221  Sarah,  born  Dec.  2,  1846;  married  Sumner  Ordwa}-.* 

6222  George  H.,  born  Dec.  17,  1850;  married  Ella  Peters.* 

6223  Edna,  born  Feb.   12,   1854;  married  Orlando   Condon.* 

3657  LORENZO  JEWETT  (EzekieP''%  Isaac''-,  EzekieP^',  Sam- 
ueP^^,  Francis"*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Hanover, 
Me.,  Sept.  13,  1825.  He  married  in  Milan,  N.  H.,  April  5,  1854,  Lucy 
Margaret  Wheeler,  daughter  of  Joseph  and  Lydia  (Kimball)  Wheeler.  Mr, 
Jewett  is  a  farmer,  a  member  of  Androscoggin  Grange,  No.  228,  and  resides 
in  Milan,  N.  H. 

Children,  horn  in  Milan,  N.  H.: 

6224  Elva  Rose,  born  April  9,  1856;  married  Nelson  W^.  Bean  and  resides 

in  Milan. 

6225  Lj^dia  Alice,  born  April  15,  1858 ;  married  Alpha  Hawkins  and  re- 

sides in  Dummer,  N.  H. 

6226  Joseph  Ezekiel,  born  July  18,  1863 ;  married  Ada  Palmer  and  resides 

in  Milan. 

3662  HON.  FRANCIS  JEWETT  (Isaac^'-^',  Isaac"",  EzekieP'',  Sam- 
ueP^^  Francis"*,  EzckieF,  ]\Iaxiniilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Nelson,  N.  H., 
Sept.  19,  1820.  In  a  happy  country  home  he  grew  to  manhood  with  the  ad- 
vantages of  early  education  conunon  to  a  prosperous  country  town,  supple- 
mented by  a  course  in  the  Baptist  Seminary  at  Hancock,  N,  H.,  at  that 
time  a  well  known  educational  institution.  Pie  remained  in  this  school  until 
21  years  of  age.  He  then  turned  his  attention  to  trading  in  cattle  and 
farming.     At  the  age  of  24  years  he  had  accumulated  sufficient  means  to 


Ninth  Gexekatiok  617 

purchase  his  father's  farm.     He  bought  it,  but  did  not  work  it,  preferring 
to  engage  in  active  mercantile  hfe. 

In  18-i8  he  went  to  Lowell,  Mass.,  and  found  employment  with  Clement 
Upluim  of  Chelmford,  Mass.,  who  ran  a  slaughter  house.  For  three  years 
he  worked  in  the  slaughter  house  during  the  winter,  returning  to  the  farm 
in  the  sunnner  season.  For  two  years  he  worked  for  S.  C.  Parker,  Middlesex 
Village.  In  1851  he  entered  permanently  in  the  business  of  slaughtering 
beef. 

In  1877  he  joined  with  ]Mr.  Swift  in  forming  the  firm  of  Jewett  and 
Swift,  dealers  in  dressed  beef.  Mr.  Jewett  was  the  first  man  to  sell  dressed 
beef  in  Lowell.  Since  that  time  his  success  in  every  business  enterprise  in 
which  he  was  interested  was  exceptional.  This  success  was  due  to  his  tireless 
energy  and  unflinching  perseverance,  and  he  occupied  a  position  in  the  front 
rank  of  the  prominent  business  men  of  Lowell.  The  intense  concentration 
of  his  mind  in  business  gave  character  to  his  countenance,  manners  and 
habits. 

In  1863  he  entered  the  arena  of  public  life,  as  a  candidate  of  the  Re- 
publican party,  serving  in  the  Common  Council  in  1864-65,  Alderman  in 
1868-69,  and  Mayor  in  1873-74-75. 

To  instance  his  popularity,  in  the  campaign  of  1873  he  had  as  an  oppo- 
nent ex-Mayor  Hosford,  who  ran  against  him  as  the  citizens'  candidate.  In 
this  contest  ]Mr.  Jewett  was  the  only  one  on  the  Republican  ticket  who  was 
elected,  the  entire  aldermanic  ticket  of  the  Citizens  being  chosen.  In  1875 
he  was  nominated  by  the  Citizens,  and  received  a  practically  unanimous 
election.  In  1877  and  1879  he  was  Senator  from  the  Lowell  district,  and 
served  as  Councillor  under  Gov.  Ames  for  three  years.  In  1880  he  was 
presidential  elector,  casting  his  vote  for  James  A.  Garfield. 

In  the  many  positions  of  honor  and  trust  which  he  filled  he  gave  evi- 
dence of  a  determined  will,  an  honest  purpose,  and  sound  judgment  that 
commanded  the  good  will  of  all  classes.  His  character  for  moral,  physical, 
an  intellectual  vigor  was  well  known,  and  he  possessed  qualities  of  mind  rare 
in  their  independent  excellence  and  wonderful  in  their  combination.  His 
record  as  mayor  is  part  of  the  history  of  municipal  administration.  It  was 
the  result  of  his  firm  convictions,  and  his  reputation  rests  safely  on  tiie  meas- 
ures with  which  his  name  is  identified.  In  the  ])ublic  judgment  he  was 
recognized  as  a  leading  citizen,  in  sympathy  with  every  me.-\surc  to  pro 
mote  public  welfare,  and  many  of  the  most  useful  and  important  public  im- 
provements of  the  period  in  which  he  was  so  cons])icuous  in  active  official 
service  owe  their  origin  and  successful  achievement,  with  all  their  untold 
utility,  to  his  wisdom  in  preparation  and  his  remarkable  executive  ability. 

He  was  connected  with  the  following  institutions:  Director  of  the 
Aver  Home  for  Younij  Women  and  Children,  Director  of  the  Wamesit 
National  Bank  from  1868,  Senior  Vice-President  of  the  Merrimac  River 
Savings  Bank,  and  Chairman  of  the  Committee  on  Investment.  He  was 
also   Director  of  the  Erie  Telegraph   and   Ti'le])hnne   Co.,   President   of  the 


618  Jewett  Genealogy 

Middlesex  Odd  Fellows  Building  Association,  President  of  the  Proprietors 
of  Odd  Fellows  Building,  Director  in  tlic  Swift  Refrigerator  Co.,  and  Fifield 
Tool  Co. 

He  was  a  member  of  the  following  fraternal  societies:  William  North 
Lodge,  Ahasuerus  Council  and  Royal  Arch  Chapter  of  Masons,  Pilgrim 
Commandery,  Knights  Templar.  ]VIr.  Jewett  was  a  prominent  Odd  Fellow, 
being  Past  Noble  Grand  of  Oberlin  Lodge,  which  entitled  him  to  a  seat  in 
the  Grand  Lodge.  He  was  elected  Grand  Warden  of  the  Grand  Lodge  of 
Massachusetts  in  1879,  and  in  1880  Grand  Master  of  the  Grand  Lodge  of 
Massachusetts.  For  two  years  he  was  chosen  Representative  to  the  Sove- 
reign Grand  Lodge  of  the  U.  S.,  and  he  was  also  a  member  of  Wannalancit 
Encampment  of  Lowell.  Pie  was  a  member  of  the  committee  to  select  a  site 
for  the  Odd  Fellows  Home,  Worcester  being  chosen,  and  was  a  Trustee  of 
the  Home,  in  the  welfare  of  which  he  took  great  interest.  Mr.  Jewett  married 
April  1,  1844,  Sehna  Adeline  Dodge  of  Stoddard,  N.  H.,  who  was  born  in 
Stoddard  May  11,  1824,  daughter  of  Reuel  and  Chloe  (Dunn)  Dodge.  He 
was  an  attendant  of  the  First  Baptist  Church,  and  died  suddenly  at  his  home 
in  Lowell,  April  22,  1896. 

Children,  born  m  Lowell: 

6227  Abner  Augustus,  bom  Aug.  24,  1848 ;  married  Jan.  25,  1876,  CaUie 

D.  Howe.     They  removed  to  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  where  she  died  Jan. 
12,  1893.     He  resides  in  Philadelphia. 

6228  Frank  Elmore,  bom  Nov.  11, 1853  ;  married  Minnie  Brown  Bowers.* 

3665  FRANK  KITTRIDGE  JEWETT  (WiUard''*^  Isaac'",  Eze- 
kiel^^^  Samuel"^  Francis'%  EzekieP,  MaximiHan%  Edward^),  was  bora  in 
Nelson,  N.  H.,  Oct.  29,  1842.  He  married  in  Gill,  Mass.,  Oct.  3,  1867,  Mary 
Louise  Stacy,  daughter  of  Harrison  G.  and  Mary  (Barnes)  Stacy.  Mr. 
Jewett  is  a  farmer,  a  member  of  the  Grange,  and  resides  in  Keene,  N.  H. 

Children,  horn  in  Nelson,  N.  H. : 

6229  Harry  Willard,  born  Aug.  28,  1869;  married  June  22,  1892,  Fannie 

W.  Hardy  and  resides  in  Keene. 

6230  Edith  Louise,  bom  Oct.  17,  1882. 

3669  THOMAS  ALLISON  JEWETT  (Harvey^«*%  Isaac'"*",  EzekieP", 
SamueP",  Francis^*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  born  in  Mt.  Ver- 
non, Iowa,  July  7,  1847.  He  married  March  31,  1869,  Nancy  Petty,  who  was 
born  in  Ogle  Co.,  111.,  May  23,  1850.  Mr.  Jewett  enlisted  in  Co.  I,  140th 
Illinois  Vols.,  and  served  in  the  Civil  War  from  April  28,  1864,  to  Oct.  29, 
1864.  In  1867  he  became  a  partner  in  his  father's  drug  store  in  Oregon, 
lU.,  where  he  has  since  lived.  He  has  been  Town  Clerk  seven  years  and 
Alderman  four  years. 

Child: 

6231  Harvey  Claude,  bom  in  Oregon,  111.,  April  16,  1878. 


Ninth  Generation  619 

3680  SAMUEL  AUGUSTUS  WORCESTER  (Sarah  J.^"%  Eliza- 
beth'''%  Jacob''\  Samucl"%  Francis'-^S  Ezekid",  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was 
bom  in  Hollis,  N.  H.,  June  29,  1840.  He  was  educated  at  the  Appleton 
Academy,  and  married  Jan.  20,  1870,  Elizabeth  B.  Day,  who  was  born  May 
2,  1845. 

Children,  born  m  HoUis,  X.  H.: 

6232  Charles  Frederick,  born  Sept.  6,  1872;  married  Nov.  16,  1899,  Mary 

F.   Tenney.      They   reside   in   Hollis   and   have  two   children,   viz., 
Elizabeth  Tenney,  born  Sept.  18,  1900,  and  Helen  Da}^,  born  Sept. 

2,  1902. 

6233  Carrie  Emily,  born  Oct.  18,  1876 ;  died  Jan.  21,  1892. 

3683  CHARLES  F.  HOLDEN  (Ralph  J.^'"",  Elizabeth«''^  Jacob''='% 
SamueP^^,  Francis'*,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian'^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Hollis, 
N.  H.,  April  8,  1849.  He  married  Mary  A.  Sherman  of  Parishville,  N.  Y., 
and  died  March  17,  1893,    His  widow  married  Andrew  Spaulding. 

Children: 

6234  Ethel,  bom ;  married  June  11,  1903,  Emerson  Pineo  of  Nova 

Scotia.    They  have  two  children,  viz.,  Florence  Spalding,  bom  May 

3,  1904;  and  Elizabeth  Isabclle,  bom  Jan.  ,  1906. 

6235  Fred,  born  Nov. ,  1885. 

6236  Elizabeth,  born  Nov.  7,  1887.     She  is  a  book-keeper  in  Nashua,  N.  H. 

3689  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  SPALDING  (Ann"«%  Elizabeth'", 
Jacob^^%  SamueP^%  Francis"*,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Hollis,  N.  H.,  Sept.  11,  1845.  She  graduated  from  the  Framingham, 
Mass.,  State  Normal  School  and  was  a  teacher  until  her  marriage,  Nov.  25, 
1868,  to  Henry  G.  Hildreth  of  Auburndale,  Mass.,  where  they  reside. 

Children,  horn  in  Auburndale,  Mass.: 

6237  Harry  Fletcher,  born  Feb.   21,  1870;  married  Dec.  6,  1893,  Mary 

Harriet  Bodcn  of  Marblehcad,  Mass.     They  reside  in  Dorchester, 
Mass. 

6238  Frances  EHzabcth,  bom  Feb.  21,  1874.     She  graduated  from  Wellesley 

College  and  was  a  teacher  of  higher  mathematics  in  high  schools 

until  she  married  June ,  1902,  Walter  Hollis  Eddy,  a  teacher 

of  biology.     He  is  now  a  teacher  in  the  Mercantile  High  School  in 
New  York  City. 

3696  ELIZABETH  NAOMI  BRADLEE  COLBURN  (Bradlee'"", 
Susannah"%  Hannah"%  Nathaniel'",  Francis",  Ezekiel",  Maximilian\  Ed- 
ward'), was  bom  in  Hollis,  N.  H.,  Feb.  23,  1833.  She  married  Oct.  20,  1852, 
Stephen  T.  Ellis  of  Waldcn.  They  HMnoved  to  Vineland,  N.  J.,  where  he  was 
one  of  the  pioneer  fruit  growers  of  that  section. 


620  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

6239  Edwin  Murry,  born  Aug.  17,  1853 ;  married  Lilla  Prince.     He  is  a 

missionary  in  Montana. 

6240  Carrie  Elizabeth,  born  Jan.  22,  1855 ;  married  Frank  A.  Breck. 

6241  William  Bradlee,  born  Dec.  6,  1856;  married  Anna  Scott. 

6242  Albert  Stephen,  born  April  7,  1859;  married  Maude  Wiley. 

6243  Walter  Hazen,  born  March  9,  1862 ;  married  Liberty  Cosman. 

6244  George  Myron,  bom  March  14,  1865 ;  married  Clara  Yerkes. 

6245  Herbert  Warren,  born  July  12,  1869;  married  Edith  Watson. 

3698  SARAH  JANE  DUNCAN  (Lois''''',  AbigaiP'%  Jacob'",  Na- 
thaniel'-*, Francis"*,  Ezekiel**,  jMaximilian',  Edward'),  was  born  in  Hancock, 
N.  H.,  Nov.  24,  1817.  She  married  Aug.  31,  1843,  Rev.  Daniel  Rice,  D.  D., 
of  Troy,  Ohio. 

Children: 

6246  James    Edward,   born   in   Troy,   Ohio,   Sept.    4,   1845.      He   entered 

Wabash  College  and  died  at  the  end  of  his  sophomore  year,  June 
21,  1867. 

6247  Charles  W.,  born  Nov.  5,  1848;  died  within  three  months  of  gradu- 

ation from  Wabash  College. 

6248  Charlotte  E.,  born  in  Hanover,  N.  H.,  in  1851 ;  died  in  1852. 

6249  Lois,  born  in  Tro}',  Ohio,  in  1857.     She  graduated  from  the  Female 

College  at  Logansport,  Ind.,  in  1873,  and  from  the  New  England 
Conservatory  of  Music  in  1876;  married  April  28,  1885,  T.  Arthur 
Marvin  and  resides  in  Duluth,  Mich.  One  child,  Luke  Edward, 
born  Feb.  27,  1886. 

3700  STEPHEN  DOW  DUNCAN  (Lois'*'",  AbigaiP'%  Jacob"*%  Na- 
thaniel'-*, Francis"*,  Ezekiel'',  Maximilian^,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Hancock, 
N.  H.,  April  27,  1821.  He  married  Nov.  4,  1849,  Serena  Jellison,  and  re- 
moved to  Wilmington,  Del.,  where  he  was  a  conductor  on  the  Pennsylvania 
Railroad. 

Children,    horn   in    Wilmington,   Del.: 

6250  Lizzie  E.,  bom  Sept.  3,  1851.     She  is  a  teacher  in  Wilmington. 

6251  Ella  C,  bora  Feb.  28,  1854 ;  died  Aug.  26,  1855. 

6252  Nelhe  C,  born  Dec.   19,  1856;  married  April  25,  1883,  Henry  H. 

Newell.  They  reside  in  Newton,  Mass.  One  child,  Duncan,  born 
Nov.  20,  1884. 

6253  Emma  S.,  born  ]\Iay  26,  1861 ;  married  Charles  I.  Duncan.     He  is  a 

designer  for  a  cloth  printing  works  and  they  reside  in  Roxbury, 
Mass.     One  child,  Sheplie,  born  Nov.  19,  1885. 

3701  JOHN  DUNCAN  (Lois"'',  AbigaiF%  Jacob'*",  Nathaniel'"*, 
Francis**,  Ezekiel^,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bom  in   Hancock,  N.   H., 


Ninth  Geneuation  621 

Jan.  .'20,  18i>J3.     lie  niarriccl  Sept.  10,  l.S.-^a,  Almira  P.   (Chandler)  Wilkins. 
He  is  a  farmer  in  Hancock. 

Children,  born  in  Hancock,  X.  H.: 
G254     George,  bom  May  28,  1854;  married  Mary  E.  Cooledge.* 

6255  Christy  H.,  born  Feb.  29,  1856;  married  Helen  C.  Walker.* 

3T02  NATHANIEL  JEWETT  DUNCAN  (Lois^^'^',  AbigaiP", 
Jacob""",  NathanicP'',  Erancis-%  EzekicI",  ]\Iaximilian\  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Hancock,  N.  H.,  Nov.  24,  1824.  He  married  Jan.  30,  1848,  Frances  J. 
Taylor.  Mr.  Duncan  was  a  farmer  and  mechanic  and  resides  in  Chelmsford, 
Mass. 

Children: 

6256  James  C,  born  Feb.  1,  1849.     He  was  a  carpenter  and  died  in  Pcte- 

boro,  N.  H.,  Nov.  30,  1870. 

6257  Fred  S.,  born  May  8,  1850;  married  Jan.  3,  1873,  Amelia  R.  Nelson. 

He  is  a  machinist  and  resides  in  North  Chelmsford,  ]Mass.     They 
had  one  child,  Frank  S.,  born  April  30,  1874;  died  Feb.  30,  1880. 

6258  Sarah,  born  Dec.  20,  1854;  died  Sept.  16.  1855. 

6259  Elsie,  born  Dec.  15,  1858 ;  died  April  8,  I860. 

3712  OLIVER  LAWRENCE  DOW  (NathanieP'"'\  AbigaiP'%  Jacob"", 
NathanieP-*,  Francis"*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Han- 
cock, N.  H.,  Sept.  1,  1818.  He  married  April  1,  1848,  :Mary  Ann  Eastman, 
who  was  born  April  29,  1821,  and  died  Feb.  19,  1879.  They  lived  in  Han- 
cock a  few  years  and  removed  to  Nelson,  N.  H.     He  died  in  Keene.  N.  H. 

Children : 

6260  Mary  A.,  born  Nov.   12,   1851;  married  Fei).   25,   1877,  Blanchard 

Bicknell.     One  child,  INIabel,  born  May  1,  1878. 

6261  Lucy,  born  Sept.  27,  1855. 

6262  Hattie  E.,  born  Dec.  16,  1857 ;  married  June  18,  1879,  Charles  Reid. 

3717  HERBERT  JEWETT  BARTON  (Elizabeth  F.'^S  Nathanier", 
Jacob"%  Nathaniel''*,  Francis'*,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian\  Edward'),  was  born 
Sept.  27,  1853.  He  married  Aug.  21,  1877,  Sara  L.  Dodge.  He  is  pro- 
fessor of  latin  in  the  University  of  Illinois  at  Champaign,  111. 

Children: 

6263  Clayton  Ralph,  bom  April   IS,  1880;  died  Jan.  30,  1881. 

6264  Christine  Dodge,  born  May  7,  1885. 

6265  Percy  Levi,  born  Oct.  5,  1886. 

3735  ELLA  ANNIE  PIERCE  (Daniel  W."=%  DanieP",  Susannah"*, 
Nathaniel"*,  Francis-'*.  Ezekiel",  MaxinliliaIl^  Edward'),  was  born  in  HoUis, 


622  Jewett  Geneaix)gt 

N.  H.,  Dec.  27,  1850.  She  became  a  school  teacher  at  the  age  of  fifteen 
and  taught  in  the  schools  of  Hollis  and  Pcpperell  and  Brookline,  Mass.,  for 
a  few  years;  then  attended  the  Normal  School  at  Framingham,  Mass.,  from 
which  she  graduated  and  became  a  teacher  in  Nashua,  N.  H.  She  married 
Jan.  6,  1876,  Luman  C.  Drake  of  Framingham,  son  of  Luman  Chester  and 
Lydia  (Temple)  Drake.  They  resided  in  Framingham,  where  she  died  Nov. 
8,  1886.     He  is  an  express  agent  in  Framingham. 

Children,  born  in  Framingham,  Mass.  : 

6266  Carrie  Elizabeth,  born  Aug.  20,  1877;  married  Charles  E.  Willett.* 

6267  Luman  Chester,  born  June  15,  1879 ;  married  Delia  M.  Maning.* 

6268  Henrietta  Elmina,  born   Aug.   19,   1881.      She  graduated  from  the 

Framingham  High  School  and  Normal  School  and  is  a  teacher  in 
Fairfax,  Vt. 

6269  Sarah  Warren,  bom  Oct.  23,  1883 ;  died  Aug.  19,  1887. 

3737  FRANK  PIERCE  (Daniel  W.'"'',  Daniel*,  Susannah'"*,  Na- 
thaniel^^*, Francis-*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  born  in  Hollis, 
N.  H.,  Aug.  20,  1857.  He  married  Hannah  Plaski,  who  was  born  April  1, 
1871,  daughter  of  Joseph  and  Mary  Plaski.  He  is  a  blacksmith  and  wheel- 
wright and  resides  in  Decatur,  Ala, 

Children: 

6270  Frank,  born  Nov.  12,  1895. 

6271  Gladys  Francenea,  bom  Oct.  30,  1901. 


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3740  HON.  WARREN  C.  JEWETT  (Eben"'%  Ebenezer''°% 
Ebenezer'*%  NathanieP'*,  Francis^*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was 
bom  in  Worcester,  Mass.,  Jan.  28,  1855.  He  married  in  Worcester  Oct. 
19,  1876,  Mary  E.  Vaugham,  daughter  of  George  P.  and  Mary  Moore 
(Palmer)  Vaugham.  Mr.  Jewett  was  educated  in  the  public  schools  and  a 
business  college.  He  is  a  farmer  and  is  also  engaged  in  the  insurance  business 
in  Worcester,  where  he  resides.  He  served  in  the  Common  Council  of  Wor- 
cester in  1888-1889  and  1890;  was  Alderman  in  1891-1892-1893  and  1894; 
President  of  the  Board  of  Aldermen  in  1894«  and  member  of  the  House  of 
Representatives  in  1902.  He  is  an  Ex-President  of  the  Worcester  Agri- 
culture Society;  Ex-Secretary  and  Past  Master  of  the  State  Grange  and 
member  of  the  State  Board  of  Agriculture. 


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Child: 
6272     Jennie  Warren,  born  in  Worcester,  Mass.,  April  5,  1884. 

3741  JOSEPH  H.  JEWETT  (Eben'''%  Ebenezer'"',  Ebenezer''*%  Na- 
thaniel"*,  Francis^*,  Ezekiel%   Maximilian%   Edward'),   was   born   in   Wor- 


Ninth  Generation  623 

cester,  Mass.,  Dec.  10,  1857.     He  married  May  1,  1878,  Addie  I.  Eldridge 
and  resided  in  Worcester,  where  he  died. 

Child: 

6273  Mary   Emily,   bom    in   Worcester,   Mass.,   Feb.    28,    1879;   married 

Jul}'   14,   1903,  John   H.   Brooks,  Jr.      They   reside  in   Spokane, 
Wash. 

3749  JOHN  JEWETT  (Thomas^''",  Daniel"^  Thomas'-%  EzekieP", 
Thomas""^,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  at  Keswick  Ridge, 
N.  B.,  April  28,  1804.  He  married  in  Kingsclear,  N.  B.,  Nov.  3,  1831, 
Elizabeth  Elliot,  who  was  bom  in  Macinquac,  N.  B.,  Oct.  4,  1802,  daughter 
of  John  and  Katherine  (Albright)  Elliot.  He  was  a  farmer  and  lived  in 
Macinquac. 

Children,  born  in  Macinquac,  N.  B.: 

6274  David,  born  March  3,  1833;  married  Ann  Donaldson.* 

6275  Georgia  Ann,  born  Jan.  13,  1845 ;  died  . 

3751  EZEKIEL  JEWETT  (Thomas'"",  Danicf'^  Thomas'", 
EzekieP"^,  Thomas*",  Ezekiel^,  Maximilian^,  Edward'),  was  born  at  Keswick 
Ridge,  N.  B.,  Feb.  21,  1807.  He  married  there  Jan.  21,  1836,  Martha  Kee, 
who  was  bom  in  Dongal  Co.,  Ireland,  Feb.  9,  1817,  daughter  of  John  and 
Mary  Kee.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  resided  at  Keswick  Ridge,  where 
he  died  Oct.  29,  1881.     His  widow  died  there  March  1,  1889. 

Children,  born  at  Kesxcick  Ridge,  N.  B.: 

6276  John  Thomas,  born  Nov.  11,  1836;  married  Fannie  Ingraham.* 

6277  James  William,  born  Dec.  13,  1839;  married  (1st)  Emeline  R.  Smith; 

(2d)  Mary  A.  Colter.* 

6278  Robert  Kee,  bom  Aug.  29,  1841 ;  married  Hettie  Cobum.* 

6279  Mary  Ann,  bom  Aug.  20,  1843 ;  died  Feb.  25,  1874,  unmarried. 

6280  Margaret  Jane,  bom  July  3,  1846;  married  William  Coburn.* 

6281  Martha  Elizabeth,  born  Jan.   14,  1853;  died  March  19,   1875,  un- 

married. 

6282  Abigail  Hannah,  bom  July  22,  1860;  died  Jan.  29,  1875. 

3752  DAVID  JEWETT  (Thomas'"",  Daniel'"%  Thomas"",  EzekieP", 
Thomas^",  Ezekiel",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bom  at  Keswick  Ridge, 
N.  B.,  Jan.  4,  1809.  He  married  in  1841  Julia  Blackmore,  who  was  born 
in  Belfast,  Me.,  in  1822.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  lived  in  Florence- 
ville,  N.  B.,  where  he  died  Oct.  1,  1879.     His  wife  died  there  April  13,  1869. 

Children,  bom   in  Florrncevillr,  N.  B.: 

6283  Joel  Murray,  born  Jan.  28,  1843;  married  Alice  TiJley  Alterton.* 


624  Jewett  Genealogy 

6284  George  Frederick,  born  Nov.  3,  1844 ;  married  Amanda  M.  Gallop.* 

6285  Catherine  Jane,  born  Nov.  26,  1846;  married  Caleb  J.  McCready.* 

6286  Lydia  Ann,  born  March  30,  1850 ;  married  Charles  Augustus  Upton.* 

6287  Caroline   Cornelia,  born   May   10,   1852;   married  in   Houlton,   Me., 

July  12,  1887,  Daniel  Merrithew,  who  was  born  in  Kingsclear, 
N.  B.,  April  6,  1849,  son  of  Anthony  B.  and  Mary  Ann  (Good) 
Merrithew.  They  reside  in  Bloomfield,  N.  B.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 
One  child,  Lome  Barker,  born  in  Monticello,  Me.,  July  13,  1889. 

6288  Martlia  Alice,  born  in  1854;  married  Wallace  Ernest  Wiggins.* 

6289  Annie  Bell,  born  in  1856;  died  in  Portland,  Me.,  Feb.  ,  1889, 

unmarried. 

6290  John  Henry,  born  Feb.  2,  1861 ;  resides  in  Vulcan,  Mich. 

3754  JACOB  JEWETT  (Thomas"",  Danier'%  Thomas'*^  EzekieP-% 
Thomas",  EzekieP,  ]Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  born  at  Keswick  Ridge, 
N.  B.,  Aug.  27,  1812.  He  married  in  Wicklow,  N.  B.,  April  7,  1840,  Susan 
Ann  Goucher,  who  was  born  in  Wilmot,  N.  S.,  March  8,  1815,  daughter  of 
Wesley  Goucher.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  in  Florenceville,  N.  B.,  where 
he  died  from  consumption  in  1874.     His  widow  died  there  in  1883. 

Children,  born  in  Florenceville,  N.  B.: 

6291  Mary   Adeline,    born    Feb.    20,    1841;    resides    in    Florenceville,    un- 

married. 

6292  William  Wesley,  born  May  15,  1843;  married  Ida  Taylor.* 

6293  James  Edward,  born  Sept.  14,  1845;  married  Harriet  M.  Cox.* 

6294  Jacob  Dudley,  born  Aug.  29,  1847;  married   (1st)    at  Woodstock, 

N.  B.,  in  1871,  Albina  M.  Burtt,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Emeline 
(Spurr)  Burtt;  (2d)  in  Superior,  Wis.,  in  1898,  Agnes  Desmond, 
daughter  of  Richard  ]McGinnis.  Dr.  Jewett  graduated  from  the 
Minnesota  Hospital  College  in  1888  and  resides  in  Hibbing,  Minn., 
where  he  follows  his  profession  of  dentistry.     No  issue. 

6295  Infant  son,  born  Aug.  20,  1850;  died  Aug.  29,  1850. 

3755  ISAAC  JEWETT  (Thomas"",  DanleP",  Thomas^"',  EzekieP", 
Thomas",  Ezekief,  Maximilian'',  Edward^),  was  born  at  Keswick  Ridge, 
N.  B.,  Oct.  24,  1814.  He  married  there  Jan.  4,  1843,  Susan  Kee,  who  was 
born  in  Londonderry,  Ireland,  Nov.  20,  1821,  daughter  of  John  and  INIary 
Kco.  INIr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  lived  in  Keswick  Ridge,  where  he  died 
about  1868.     His  widow  resides  there  (1907). 

Children,  born  at  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.: 

6296  Mary  Jane,  born  Oct.  8,  1843;  married  James  Wilson.     Resides  in 

Mactnaquac,  N.  B. 

6297  Ehza,  born  May  1,  1846;  married  Alonzo  Chase. 

6298  Thomas  W.,  born  June  15,  1848 ;  married  Eliza  Jane  McCullough.* 


Ninth   Gexekatiox  625 

6299  Rebecca,  born  Dec.  6,  18o();  died  at  Central  Keswick  Ridge  in  1877. 

6300  Isabel,  born  Sept.  7,  1851 ;  married  George  Howland  and  resides  in 

Mactnaquac,  N.  B. 

6301  Susan  Kee,  born  Oct.  1,  1853;  married  Allen  Jacob  Barr.* 

6302  Jobn,  born  Oct.   11,  1855;  married  in  Woodstock,  N.   B.,  in   1883, 

Augusta  Driscol.  He  was  an  architect  and  builder.  One  child, 
Laura,   bom   Aug.   ,   188^;   died   in    1899. 

6303  Isaac,  born   Dec.   25,   1857;  died  yovmg. 

6304  George  Stirling,  born  June  1,  1859;  died  at  the  age  of  14  years. 

6305  Alfred  David,  born  Feb.  4,  1861  ;  married  Adeline  Howard.* 

6306  Oscar  Charles,  born  Oct.  30,  1863;  died  at  Central  Keswick  Ridge, 

N.  B.,  in  1896,  unmarried. 

3760  THOMAS  JEWETT  (Thomas^"'",  Daniel"^",  Thomas^^% 
Ezekiel^-',  Thomas"'',  Ezckicr\  ]Maxiniilian%  Edward^),  was  born  at  Keswick 
Ridge,  N.  B.,  Nov.  26,  1828.  He  married  there  Jan.  23,  1861,  Victoria 
Hains,  who  was  born  at  Keswick  Ridge  Feb.  26,  1839,  daughter  of  George 
W.  and  Amy  (Allen)  Hains.  ]Mr.  Jewett  resided  in  Keswick  Ridge,  where 
he  was  engaged  in  fruit  growing  and  farming  and  where  he  died  July  22, 
1905.     His  widow  resides  there. 

Children,  horn  at  Keszc-ick  Ridge,  X.  B.: 

6307  Frances  Ada,  bom  Feb.   11,   1862;  married  in   Fredericton,  N.    B., 

May  26,  1890,  Charles  B.  Love,  who  was  born  in  Springfield, 
N.  B.,  Aug.  28,  1863,  son  of  James  and  Abigail  (Clarke)  Love. 
She  was  a  modiste  and  died  June  21,  1895,  s.  p.  He  resides  at 
Keswick  Ridge. 

6308  Henrietta  Blanche,  bom  Oct.  27,  1863;  married  at  Keswick  Ridge, 

July  2,  1892,  D.  Edwin  Parent,  who  was  born  in  Cooper,  Me., 
July  14,  1865,  son  of  David  C.  and  Jane  (Beck)  Parent.  They 
reside  at  Granite  Hill,  N.  B.,  and  have  one  child,  Milton  B.,  born 
at  Granite  Hill,  Aug.  15,  1904. 

6309  Ambrose  Coster,  born  April  10,  1866.      He  succeeded  his   father  in 

business  and  resides  at  Keswick  Ridge,  unmarried. 

6310  Lucinda  Delia,  born  Oct.  23,  1869;  married  Willard  Clarke.* 

6311  Milton  Edred,  bom  March  9,  1876;  died  Feb.  15,  1878. 

6312  Mildred  Feadore,  born  June  2,  1881;  resides  at  Keswick  Ridge,  un- 

married. 

3762  DANIEL  JEWETT  (DanieP"",  Daniel"'",  Thomas'^",  Ezekicr^% 
Thomas-%  Ezckief,  Maxinnlian^  Edward'),  was  born  at  Keswick  Ridge, 
N.  B.,  Feb.  15,  1804.  His  first  wife  died  without  issue  and  he  married  secotid, 
Polly  Day.     He  married  third  Agnes  Esty,  and  died  Sept.  11,  1873. 

Children  hy  second  xcife: 

6313  Mary  Elizabeth,  born  .     She  was  a  school  teacher. 


626  Jewett  Genealogy 


6314  Fred,  born 


6315  Barker,  born  — 

6316  Ludlow,  born  — 

6317  Alexander,  bom 


6318  Thomas,  bom 

6319  Burpee,  bom  - 

6320  Drias,  born  — 


Children  by  third  wife: 


3764  ABIGAIL  JEWETT  (Daniel"'%  Daniel"",  Thomas'",  EzekleP", 
Thomas^"^,  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  bom  at  Keswick  Ridge, 
N.  B.,  Feb.  15,  1808.     She  married  Joseph  Reed  and  died  Nov.  13,  1868. 


Children . 


6321  Sarah,  born  

6322  Charles,  bom  — 

6323  Foard,  born  — 

6324  Lydia,  born  

6325  Elizabeth,  born 

6326  George,  bom  — 

6327  Enoch,  born  — 

6328  Richard,  born  - 

6329  Benjamin,  bom 

6330  Hannah,  bom  — 

6331  Martha,  born  - 


3769  HANNAH  JEWETT  (DanieP'''^,  DanieP",  Thomas'",  Ezekiel"% 
Thomas^*^,  Ezekiel^,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  at  Keswick  Ridge, 
N.  B.,  June  3,  1818.    She  married  George  Rowland. 

Children : 
6832     George  Nathaniel,  born  . 

6333  Benjamin,  bom . 

6334  Delia,  bom  . 

6335  Henrietta,  born  . 

6336  Amanda,  born . 


3770  ENOCH  JEWETT  (DanieP""',  DanieP",  Thomas'",  EzekieP", 
Thomas^'',  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born  at  Keswick,  N.  B., 
March  22,  1820.  He  married  at  Kingsclear,  N.  B.,  Eliza  Reed,  who  was 
bom  at  Upper  Keswick  Ridge  April  24,  1819,  daughter  of  Benjamin  and 
Betsey  (Good)  Reed.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  miller  and  farmer  and  resided  at 
Jewett's  Mills,  N.  B.,  where  he  died  Nov.  14,  1877. 


Ninth  Generation  627 

Children,  born  at  JewetVs  Mills,  N.  B.: 

6337  Elizabeth  Jane,  born  Dec.  24,  1840;  married  Oct.  1,  1863,  Alfred 

Ingraham  and  resides  at  Jewett's  Mills. 

6338  Amanda,  bom  Nov.  4,  1841 ;  died  in  St.  John,  N.  B.,  April  2,  1894, 

unmarried. 

6339  Abraham  Tyler,  bom  Jan.  26,  1844;  married  Sept.  11,  1867,  Mary 

Ann  Wheeler.     He  died  at  Jewett's  Mills  April  2,  1890. 

6340  John  Malachi,  born  June  13,  1847;  married  July  2,  1873,  Amanda 

Gordon,  and  died  at  Fredericton,  N.  B.,  in  1894. 

6341  George  William,  born  June  28,  1851 ;  married  July  31,  1877,  Amanda 

Jones. 

6342  Charles  Nathaniel,  born  Nov.  16,  1853;  married  April  2,  1878,  Eliza- 

beth Burtt,  and  resides  at  Jewett's  Mills. 

6343  Albert,  born  Sept.  1,  1856;  died  April  14,  1858. 

6344  Harvey  Allen,  born  March  19,  1859 ;  married  Sarah  Jean  Smith.* 

6345  Clowes  Brown,  born  April  21,  1861;  married   (1st)    Nov.   4,   1891, 

Esther  Howland,  who  died  May  18,  1894;   (2d)   June  15,  1898, 
Effie  Sheppard.     They  reside  at  Jewett's  Mills. 

6346  Emily,   born   Aug.   28,   1865;   married   March  ,   1886,   Charles 

Gordon.     They  reside  at  Jewett's  Mills. 

3771  INIOSES  JEWETT  (Daniel"'^^  Daniel"^  Thomas«'^  EzekieP", 
Thomas""^,  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward'),  was  born  at  Keswick  Ridge, 
N.  B.,  Feb.  6,  1822.    He  married  Hannah  Wizswell  and  died  March  13,  1890. 


Children . 


6347  Alexander,  born 

6348  Edward,  born  — 

6349  Moses,  born 


6350  Henry,  born  .     He  is  a  physician. 

6351  James,  born  -. 

6352  Lewis,  born  . 

6353  Lydia,  bom  . 


6354  Elizabeth,  bom  . 

6355  Jane,  born ;  died  from  consumption  at  the  age  of  16  years. 


S40 


3773  MARTHA      JEWETT       (EzekieP"'%      Daniel"^      Thomas 
EzekieP-\  Thomas",  Ezckiel",   Maximilian^,   Edward*),   was  bom   in  Shef- 
field, N.  B.,  in  1810.    She  married  Samuel  McMasters. 

Child: 
6356     Hannah  Ann,  bom  in  Sheffield,  N.  B.,  June  6,  1843;  married  Rev. 
William  Webb  Percival.* 

3774  GEORGE       JEWETT       (Ezekiel"",       Daniel"^      Thomas'", 


628  Jewett  Gexealogy 

EzekieP"^,  Thomas"',  Ezekiel",  iNIaxiniilian^,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Shef- 
field, N.  B.,  in  1812-13.  He  married  in  Woodstock,  N.  B.,  May  2,  1839, 
Mercy  Cowperthwaite,  who  was  born  in  Sheffield,  daughter  of  Samuel  and 
Mercy  (Briggs)  Cowperthwaite.  ]\Ir.  Jewett  was  a  merchant  and  resided 
in  Woodstock,  where  he  died  Dec.  2,  1855.  His  widow  died  there  March 
22,  1895. 

Children,  born  in  Woodstock,  N.  B.: 

6357  Samuel  Ezekiel,  born  Sept.  8,  184-0 ;  resides  at  Fort  Fairfield,  Me. 

6358  William  Benjamin,  born  Nov.  5,  1850;  married  Sophia  Raymond.* 

3776  BENJAMIN  B.  JEWETT  (EzekieP^^-,  DanieP^%  Thomas^^^ 
EzekieP*^,  Thomas"^,  Ezekiel**,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Sheffield, 
N.  B.,  in  1817.  He  married  there  Sept.  24,  1840,  Mary  P.  Burpee,  who  was 
born  in  Sheffield  in  1819,  daughter  of  David  and  Sarah  (Coburn)  Burpee. 
Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  resided  in  Sheffield,  where  he  died  in  1852.  His 
widow  died  there  in  1855. 

Children,  horn  in  Sheffield,  N.  B. : 

6359  Emily,  born ;  died  in  infancy. 

6360  Alice,  born ;  died  in  infancy. 

6361  Harriet  E.,  bom  in  1844 ;  died  in  Sheffield  April  18,  1872,  unmarried. 

6362  Ehza,  born  in  1845 ;  died  in  Sheffield  Nov.  5,  1863. 

6363  Frederick  B.,  born  Sept.  22,  1847;  married  Harriet  E.  Burpee.* 

6364  S.  Jane,  born  in  1851 ;  died  in  Sheffield  Oct.  3,  1874. 

3778  JACOB  BARKER  JEWETT  (David'^'S  DanieP",  Thomas'^% 
EzekieP"^,  Thomas"',  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Sheffield, 
N.  B.,  April  9,  1819.  He  married  at  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  April  10,  1856, 
Diana  Christie,  who  was  bom  at  Salmon  River,  Chipmen,  N.  B.,  daughter 
of  John  and  Permelia  (Quint)  Christie.  i\Ir.  Jewett  was  a  Civil  Engineer 
and  resided  at  Macinquac,  N.  B.,  where  he  died  Feb.  6,  1859.  His  Avidow 
married  ^lay  23,  1865,  Sylvester  Burpee,  and  had  two  children,  viz.,  Jane, 
born  July  1,  1866;  died  June  11,  1867;  and  Sylvester,  born  June  29,  1867. 

Children,  horn  at  Macinquac,  N.  B.: 

6365  Annie  E.  M.,  born  March  17, 1857  ;  married  George  Frederick  Estey.* 

6366  Harvey  Richmond,  born  Aug.  10,  1858;  married  INIarion  Churchill 

Clark.* 

3779  CYNTHIA  ABIGAIL  JEWETT  (David''«\  DanieP^%  Thomas''*', 
EzekieP'"^,  Thomas"',  Ezekiel",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Sheffield, 
N.  B.,  Oct.  30,  1820.  She  married  in  Burton,  N.  B.,  Oct.  31,  1850,  George 
Barker,  who  was  born  in  Kingsclear,  N.  B.  He  was  a  farmer  and  they  re- 
sided in  Kingsclear,  where  he  died  Dec.  9,  1898. 


NixTii  Gf.xkkatiox  629 


Children,  born  in  Kingsclcar,  X.  B.: 
i)iKu      Until,  born  Feb.  8,  1852;  niaiTJcd  Archclans  Hammond  Hartt.* 

6368  Sarah,  born  July  16,  1853;  married  John  Benjamin  Long. 

6369  C'vnthia  Lavinia,  born  Aug.  14,  1855;  died  Sept.  29,  1859. 

(5370     George  Alder,  born  Aug.  25,  1858;  died  Oct.  ,  1859. 

6371      George  Spofford,  born  Dec.  27,  1863.  , 


3781  MARY  BARKER  JEWETT  (David^""S  Daniel"",  Thomas"", 
EzekieP-',  Thomas-'",  Ezekiel",  Maximilian",  Edward^),  was  born  in  Sliefficld, 
N.  B.,  June  9,  1824.  She  married  Oct.  31,  1854,  Robert  Alder  Trueman, 
who  was  horn  at  Point  Bute,  X.  B.,  Aug.  22,  1825,  son  of  Harmon  and 
Cynthia  (Bent)  Trueman.  They  resided  in  Sackville,  N.  B.,  where  he  was 
a  merchant  and  where  she  died  May  8,  1899. 

Children,  horn  in  Sackinlle,  N.  B.: 

6372  Sarah  Louisa,  born  Oct.  2,  1855;  died  in  Sackville,  Oct.  16,  1885, 

unmarried. 

6373  Ennna  t'ynthia,  born  July  15,  1858;  resides  in  Sackville. 

3787  GEORGE  FREDERICK  NORMAN  JEWETT  (David''", 
Daniel"^",  Thomas"%  EzekieP-",  Thomas",  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Burton,  N.  B.,  Sept.  24,  1836.  He  married  in  Fredericton,  N. 
B.,  Sept.  5,  1866,  Anna  Elizabeth  Currie,  who  was  born  in  Fredericton,  ^Lay 
10,  1834,  daughter  of  Zcbulon  and  Lavinia  (Turney)  Currie.  Mr.  Jewett 
is  a  farmer  and  carpenter.  They  settled  at  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  and  re- 
moved to  Eureka,  Cal.,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children,  horn  at  Kesxcnck  liidge,  N.  B.,  except  last: 

6374  Charles  S.  C,  born  June  15,  1867  ;  died  in  Eureka,  July  23,  1891. 

6375  Anna  Cynthia,  born  Sept.  6,  1869;  married  John  Henry  Gift.* 

6376  Arthur  Norman,  born  Feb.  20,  1871  ;  married  :Mary  Catherine  Irvine.* 

6377  William  Hathaway,  born  Oct.  20,  1872;  married  Glen  Dora  Frame.* 

6378  Edith  May,  born  in  Eureka,  Cal.,  Oct.  2,  1875.     She  graduated  from 

the  Laine  Hospital  and  is  a  trained  nurse,  residing  in  Eureka. 

3789  NATHAN  JEWETT  (Abel"«%  Abcr-,  EzekieP*,  EzekieP=% 
Thomas-%  Ezekiel",  ^laximilian^  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Johnstown,  Ohio, 
July  30,  1815.  He  married  in  Litchfield,  Ohio,  Jan.  1,  1833,  Eliza  Jane 
Ward.     ]\Ir.  and  Mrs.  Jewett  died  in  ^Monmouth,  Iowa. 

Children: 

6379  Abel,  born  in  Litchfield,  Ohio,  Feb.  22,  1831;  married  Mary  Waldon. 

He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War  and   died   in   service  in   1862. 
Three  children,  viz.,  Eliza  Jane,  Ruth  and   Hiram. 


630  Jewett  Genealogy 

6380  Victor,  born  in  Litchfield,  Ohio,  Dec.  11,  1835;  married  Alma  Jane 

Strong.* 

6381  Lorctta  Jane,  born  in  Litchfield,  Ohio,  Jan.  2,  1839;  married  Jona- 

than Fadley,  and  died  Aug.  2,  1905.     Six  children. 

6382  Susannah,  born  in  Litchfield,  Ohio,  Feb.  3,  1840 ;  married  John  Widle, 

and  died  in  1880.     Six  children. 

6383  Nathan  Lorenzo,  bom  in  Litchfield,  Ohio,  April  12,  1842;  married 

Amanda  Gibson.     He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War  and  died  in 
1877.     One  child,  George. 

6384  Wilson  Asa  Ward,  born  in  Litchfield,  Ohio,  July  24,  1844;  married 

Maggie  M.  Kearns.* 

6385  Dyer  Devon,  born  in  Chatham,  Ohio,  May  18,  1847 ;  resides  in  Chi- 

cago, 111.,  unmarried. 

6386  Abigail   Zarilda,   bom    in   Johnston,   Ohio,   Aug.    6,   1849 ;   married 

Chauncey  Gibson,  and  resides  in  Monmouth,  Iowa.    Three  children, 
viz.,  Lizzie,  Ernest  and  Herman. 

6387  Harriet  Maria,  born  in  Canton,  Ohio,  Oct.  13,  1851 ;  married  Jona- 

than Fadley,  and  died  in  1879,  s.  p. 

6388  Amos  Wesley,  born  in  Canton,  Ohio,  Jan.  13,  1854. 

6389  Mary  Alice,  bom  in  Monmouth,  Iowa,  April  10,  1858;  married  Bert 

DeBoise  and  resides  in  Monmouth.     Two  chfldren,  Ethel  and  Vera. 

3791  REV.  TIMOTHY  JEWETT  (Aber'«',  AbeP--,  EzekieP", 
EzekieP",  Thomas"^,  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born  in  Johns- 
town, Ohio,  Oct.  17,  1819.  He  married  there  Oct.  31,  1843,  Harriet  Follett, 
who  was  bom  in  Enosburg,  Vt.,  April  29,  1818,  daughter  of  John  Fassett 
Follett  of  Granville,  Ohio.  Mr,  Jewett  was  a  minister  in  the  M.  E.  Church, 
and  died  in  Indianola,  Iowa,  Feb.  16,  1871.  His  widow  died  there  March 
1,  1904. 

Children: 

6390  John  A.,  born  in  Johnsto^vn,  Ohio,  Nov.  16,  1844 ;  died  the  same  day. 

6391  Munson,  born  in  Utica,  Ohio,  March  18,  1846;  died  Aug.  24,  1847. 

6392  Frederic,  born  in  Johnstown,  Ohio,  Nov.  28,  1848 ;  died  at  Redwing, 

Minn.,  Sept.  3,  1866. 

6393  Albert  Follett,  bom  in  Delaware  Co.,  Ohio,  Nov.  23,  1852;  married 

Mahala  Ann  Roberts.* 

6394  Minnesota,  born  in  Johnstown,  Ohio,  Dec.  27, 1857 ;  died  in  Indianola, 

Iowa,  Jan.  8,  1872. 

3792  SARAH  ANN  JEWETT  (Abel"«^  Abel"",  Ezekiel'",  EzekieP", 
Thomas^",  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born  in  Johnstown,  Ohio, 
July  16,  1821.  She  married  there  Dec.  21,  1843,  Hiram  Ashbrook.  He  was 
bom  in  Johnstown  March  16,  1820,  and  died  there  Sept.  17,  1879.  She  died 
in  Marshalltown,  Iowa,  Jan.  20,  1893. 


Ninth  Generation  631 

Children,  born  in  Johnstown,  Ohio: 

6395  Helen  Lucy,  born  Sept.  25,  1844;  married  in  Indianola,  Iowa,  Feb.  5, 

1885,  Perry  Joseph  Clark.     He  died  in  Marshalltown,  Iowa,  Sept. 
5,  1896.     She  resides  in  Marshalltown. 

6396  Albert  Pascal,  born  Dec.  1,  1846;  died  in  Johnstown,  Sept.  1,  1851. 

6397  Hiram  Munson,  bom  May  18,   1850;  married  Oct.   5,  1870,  Annie 

M.  Bishop,  and  died  in  Johnstown,  Dec.  9,  1891,  leaving  several 
children,  one  of  whom.  Perry  M.,  resides  in  Alexandria,  Ohio. 

6398  Emily  Ahcc,  born  Oct.  6,  1851 ;  died  in  Indianola,  Iowa,  June  1,  1871. 

6399  Omer  Dean,  born  April  28,  1853 ;  resides  in  Marshalltown,  Iowa. 

6400  David  Guy,  bom  Sept.  20,  1857;  died  in  Johnstown,  April  19,  1877. 

6401  Minnie  Dell,  born  Aug.  10,  1866;  resides  in  Marshalltown,  Iowa. 

3798  SARAH  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (EzekieP"-,  Stephen'", 
EzekieP",  Ezekiel^"',  Thomas",  Ezekief,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Rindge,  N.  H.,  April  2,  1820.  She  married  Sept.  1,  1841,  Augustus  A. 
Boyce.  They  settled  in  Lockport,  N.  Y.,  and  removed  to  Santa  Barbara, 
Cal. 

Children : 

6402  William  Augustus,  born  June  11,  1843;  married  Virginia  Josephine 

Celelise  Moissinac. 

6403  Elizabeth  Jewett,  bom  March  27,  1846;  died  March  9,  1848. 

6404  George  Colton,  born  April  22,  1848;  died  Aug.  12,  1850. 

6405  John  Jewett,  born  April  28,  1852. 

6406  Esther  Turner,  born  April  10,  1855;  died  Dec.  12,  1858. 

6407  Laura,  bom  Dec.  3,  1856. 

3813  EDWARD  JEWETT  (Stephen^'",  Stephen"-*,  Ezekiel'", 
EzekieP-%  Thomas",  EzekieP,  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  born  in  Rindge, 
N.  H.,  Dec.  30,  1837.  He  married  Dec.  31,  1855,  Phebe  A.  Ramsdall,  who 
was  bom  Dec.  19,  1839.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  draughtsman  and  civil  engineer, 
and  died  in  Tewksbury,  Mass.,  Dec.  6,  1901. 

Children : 

6408  Alfred   Edward,  bom   Sept.   20,    1856. 

6409  Frank  Eugene,  bom  Nov.  24,  I860. 

6410  Stephen  Percy,  bom  Oct.  22,  1862;  died  Feb.  21,  1864. 

6411  Ernest  Clifton,  born  Oct.  7,  1864. 

6412  Charles  Ramsdall,  bom  May  26,  1866. 

6413  William  Henry,  born  April  8,  1871. 

6414  Florence  Henrietta,  bom  April  19,  1873. 

3815  ANDREW  JEWETT  (Stephen^'*",  Stephen"-*,  Ezekiel"*, 
EzekieP",  Thomas"'',  Ezekiel",  Maxiinilian\  Kdwjird'),  was  born  in  Rindge, 
N.  H.,  Feb.  21,  1842.     He  married  in   Bridgeton,  N.  J.,  May   12,   1875, 


632  Jewett  Genealogy 

Martha  Rose  DuBois,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Sarah  F.  (Durell)  DuBois. 
She  was  horn  in  Bridgeton,  Nov.  20,  1840,  and  died  in  Fitchburg,  Mass., 
Sept.  1,  1890.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  banker  and  settled  in  Fitchburg,  later  re- 
moved to  Allston,  Mass.     His  business  is  in  Boston. 

Children,  born  in  Fitchburg,  Mass.: 

6415  Durell,  bom  April  3,  1872;  died  in  Fitchburg,  Jan.  9,  1877. 

6416  Kenneth  DuBois,  born  Oct.  2,  1880.     He  is  with  his  father  in  the 

firm  of  Andrew  Jewett,  Son  &  Co.,  note  brokers  and  bankers  of 
Boston,  Mass. 

3831  JUDSON  SAMUEL  JEWETT  (Samuel  G.'''\  Thomas'-% 
EzekieP^*,  EzekieP-%  Thomas'%  EzckieP,  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Nelson,  N.  H.,  March  2,  1858.  He  married  in  Rindge,  N.  H.,  Oct.  21, 
1879,  Marv  Ellen  Danforth,  who  was  born  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  July  27,  I860, 
daughter  of  Charles  Haines  and  Roxana  Danforth.  Mr.  Jewett  is  foreman 
of  a  pail  factory  and  resides  at  Baldwinsville,  in  the  town  of  Templeton, 
Mass. 

Children : 

6417  Charles  Bailey,  born  July  13,  1882;  died  July  16,  1882. 

6418  Cleon  Cuvier,'born  May  31,  1884. 

6419  Ora  Vietta,  born  March  2,  1886;  married  Oct.  4,  1904,  Percy  E. 

Lamp,  and  resides  in  Baldwinsville",  Mass. 

6420  Harlan  Howard,  bom  Dec.  22,  1900. 

3833  WALTER  IRVING  JEWETT  (Samuel  G."'^  Thomas'", 
EzekieP'S  EzekieP'%  Thomas'%  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Rindge,  N.  H.,  Oct.  11,  1863.  He  married  in  Winchendon,  Mass.,  Dec. 
18,  1889,  Lizzie  Etta  Wheeler,  who  was  born  in  Templeton,  Mass.,  Sept.  21, 
1868,  daughter  of  Charles  and  Susan  Harriet  (Holman)  Wheeler  of  Leomin- 
ster, Mass.     Mr.  Jewett  is  a  piano-case  maker  and  resides  in  Leominster. 

Children,  born  in  Leominster,  Mass.: 

6421  Grace  Marion,  born  Feb.  7,  1891. 

6422  Esther  LilHan,  bom  April  15,  1900. 

3834  LLTLA  ESTELLA  JEWETT  (Samuel  G.'''\  Thomas'*", 
Ezekiel""*,  EzekieP",  Thomas'',  Ezckicr,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Winchendon,  Mass.,  Sept.  14,  1866.  She  married  in  1883  William  Tenney 
Lowe,  who  was  bom  in  Jaffrey,  N.  H.,  Aug.  21,  1856,  son  of  Francis  and 
Sarah  Ann  (Boynton)  Lowe.  They  settled  in  East  Lexington,  Mass.,  and 
removed  to  Jamaica,  Vt.,  where  she  died  April  13,  1891. 

Children: 

6423  Francis  Irving,  bom  in  East  Lexington,  Mass.,  Feb.  14,  1884 


Ninth  Generation  633 

QiH-k     Mary  Estella,  born  in  East  Lexington,  Mass.,  Oct.  ^12,  1885. 
6425     Henry  Everett,  born  in  Jamaica,  Vt.,  Oct.  i29,  1887. 
Ci'^G     Charles  Samuel,  born  in  Jamaica,  Vt.,  April  16,  1890. 

3835  EVERETT  ELLWOOD  JEWETT  (Samuel  G."'%  Thomas"-', 
EzekieP^',  EzckieP'",  Thomas'',  Ezekiel'',  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Winchendon,  Mass.,  Nov.  22,  1867.  He  married  there  Jan.  27,  1900, 
Addie  May  Uccth,  who  was  born  in  East  Jaff'rey,  N.  H.,  April  12,  1879, 
daughter  of  Lyman  Chaplin  and  Hannah  Jane  (Knowlton)  Dceth  of  Winch- 
endon. On  the  beginning  of  the  war  with  Spain,  Mr.  Jewett  enlisted  May 
3,  1898,  in  Co.  E,  2d  Mass.  Vol.,  Inft.,  and  participated  in  the  engagements 
of  El  Caney,  San  Juan  Hill,  and  the  siege  of  Santiago  de  Cuba.  He  was 
honorably  discharged  with  his  Regiment  Nov,  3,  1898,  and  now  resides 
in  Winchendon,  where  he  is  a  mechanic. 

Children,  born  in  Winchendon,  Mass.: 

6427  Mary  Emogenc,  born  Nov.  21,  1900. 

6428  Hubert  Bancroft,  born  June  30,  1905. 

3854  DAVID  RRAINERD  PILLSBURY  (Moses  U.'"'\  Martha'^", 
Sarah"*,  EzekieP"',  Thomas-%  Ezekiel%  Maximilian^  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Boston,  Mass.,  in  1839.  He  married  Clara  Grush,  daughter  of  Lieut.  Joseph 
and  Mary  Grush.  Mr.  Pillsbury  was  Librarian  of  the  Young  INIen's  Chris- 
tian Association  and  was  greatly  interested  in  genealogical  research  ;  it  was 
through  his  first  efforts  that  the  "  Pillsbury  Genealogy  "  was  begun.  He 
died  in  Reading,  Mass.,  in  1886. 

Children: 

6429  Alice,  born  in  Ellington,  Minn.,  in  1874;  died  in  Reading,  INIass., 

in  1891. 

6430  Albert  Henry,  born  in  Hammanton,  N.  J.,  in  1876;  died  in  Reading, 

Mass.,  in  1899. 

6431  Arthur  Vivian,  born  in  Reading,  Mass.,  in  1879. 

3860  SARAH  JEWETT  PILLSBURY  (John  C.-°"%  Martha"", 
Sarah"*,  EzekieP"',  Thomas",  Ezekicl",  ]\Iaximilian\  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Boston,  Mass.,  in  1843.  She  married  there  in  1868  Henry  Lee  Shepard. 
He  was  a  graduate  of  the  Normal  School,  Boston,  and  was  a  teacher  under 
"  Master  "  James  A.  Page,  before  his  marriage.     She  died  in  Boston  in  1883. 

Children: 

6432  Alice  Lee,  bom  in  Boston,  Mass.,  in  1869.     She  graduated  from  Smith 

College,  Northampton,  Mass.,  and  died  in  Minnca})olis,  Minn. 

6433  Ethel  Maria,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  in  1872;  married  Louis  Cham- 

berlain of  Minneapolis,  ^Vlinn. 


634  Jewett  Genealogy 

6434  Mary  Pillsbury,  bom   in   Boston,  Mass.,  in   1873;  married  George 

Fowler  of  Minneapolis,  Minn. 

6435  Henry  Lee,  bom  in  Boston,  Mass.,  in  1875. 

6436  Bessie,  bom  in  Boston,  Mass.,  in  1877 ;  died  there  in  1878. 

6437  Robert  Hale,  born  in  Chicago,  111.,  in  1879;  died  in  Salem,  Mass., 

in  1880. 

6438  Charles  Francis,  born ;  died  young  in  Chicago. 

3884  HULL  JEWETT  (Jonathan""'",  Benjamin''%  Jonathan=*'% 
EzekieP"^  Thomas-%  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Sanger- 
viDe,  N.  Y.,  March  15,  1804.  He  married  there  March  24,  1831,  Aurilla 
Seymour,  who  was  born  in  Sangerville  in  1810,  daughter  of  John  and 
Rachel  (Miller)  Seymour.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  lived  in  Sanger- 
ville, where  he  died  Feb.  5,  1835. 

Children,  horn  in  Sangerville,  N.  Y.: 

6439  Perry  Hull,  bom  April  12,  1832;  married  Helen  E.  Lynde.* 

6440  Benjamin  Franklin,  bom  ;  died  in  infancy. 

3885  PERSIS  JEWETT  (Jonathan-"-",  Benjamin*'%  Jonathan'"", 
EzekieP-%  Thomas'^,  Ezekiel",  INIaximilian",  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Sanger- 
ville, N.  Y.,  April  26,  1805.  She  married  there  March  27,  1834,  Rufus 
Locke,  who  was  bom  in  Eaton,  N.  Y.,  April  7,  1809,  son  of  Rufus  and  Lydia 
(Stebbins)  Locke.  They  resided  in  Sangerville,  where  she  died  Oct.  11,  1880. 
Mr.  Locke  died  Oct.  I,'l884. 

Children,  bom  in  Sangerwlle,  N.  Y.: 

6441  David  B.,  bom  July  5,  1836;  died  in  Sangerville,  Nov.  22,  1865, 

unmarried. 

6442  Phebe  Ann,  born  June  30,  1839;  married  (1st)  John  O.  Livermore; 

(2d)  Henry  Abbey;  (3d)  Charles  A.  Eastman.* 

6443  Ruth  EJiza,  born  July  20,  1846;  married  Aug.  18,  1861,  Jeremiah 

Livermore,  and  died  Nov.  22,  1865,  s.  p. 

3886  WILLIAM  ERI  JEWETT  (Jonathan'"-",  Benjamin'''%  Jona- 
than'^", EzekieP",  Thomas-%  Ezekiel",  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Sangerville,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  3,  1807.  He  married  there  April  14,  1831,  Harriet 
Winchell,  who  was  born  May  30,  1810,  daughter  of  William  F.  and  Submit 
(Nichols)  Winchell.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  settled  in  Sangerville; 
removed  to  Vistula,  Ind.,  and  died  Jan.  8,  1888 ;  buried  in  Adrian,  Mich. 

Children,  born  in  Sangerville,  N.  Y.: 

6444  Harriet  Cornelia,  bom  Jan.  24,  1832 ;  married  Sherman  B,  Wilson.* 

6445  Mary  Eliza,  born  Nov.  30,  1833;  married  (1st)  Robert  N.  Roberts; 

(2d)  Henry  Roberts.* 


Ninth  Generation  635 

6446  Charlotte  Submit,  born  Oct.  4,  1836;  married  David  DeLong. 

6447  William  Eri,  born  Dec.  8,  1842 ;  married  Clara  A.  Root.* 

6448  Aurilia  Lodema,  bom  June  30,  1845 ;  married  George  VV.  Walker.* 

3890  HARRIET  JEWETT  (Jonathan="■-^  Benjamin'»='%  Jonathan"% 
EzekieP"',  Thomas"',  Ezekiel",  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born  in  Sanger- 
ville,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  5,  1814.  She  married  Sept.  7,  1843,  William  Taylor,  son 
of  William  and  Ruth  (Farmer)  Taylor.  They  settled  in  Oriskany  Falls, 
N.  Y.,  and  late  in  life  removed  to  Forest  City,  Iowa,  where  she  died  July  2, 
1893.     Mr.  Taylor  died  there  May  6,  1900. 

Children,  bom  at  Oriskany  Falls,  N.  Y.: 

6449  Mary  Louisa,  born  May  19,  1845;  married  June  26,  1865,  Thomas 

Hunt,  and  resides  in  White  City,  Kan. 

6450  Jonathan    Jewett,    bom    Sept.    5,    1856;    married    Sarah    Elizabeth 

Jewett.* 

6451  Unity    Leora,   bom   Aug.    28,   1848;   married    (1st)    Isaac   Monroe 

Peters;  (2d)  James  McClinchcy.* 

6452  L3-man  Washington,  born  July  7,  1850. 

6453  Harvey  Button,  born  Aug.  25,  1862;  married  at  Clear  Lake,  Iowa, 

Oct.  28,  1875,  ^lartha  Eiel.     Resides  in  Thompson,  Iowa. 

3891  LYMAN  WASHINGTON  JEWETT  (Jonathan'"-",  Ben- 
jamin''", Jonathan^"",  EzekieP-\  Thomas-^  EzekieP,  Maximllian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Sangcnille,  N.  Y.,  April  3,  1816.  He  married  in  New  Haven,. 
N.  Y.,  Sept.  8,  1836,  Eliza  Sophia  Kenney,  who  was  born  in  New  Haven> 
daughter  of  Dr.  Stephen  Fitch  and  Abbie  (Brockway)  Kenney.  Mr.  Jewett 
was  a  farmer  and  lived  in  Sangerville,  where  he  died  April  9,  1891. 

Children,  horn  in  Sangerville,  N.  Y.: 

6454  Rosa  Jane,  born  Dec.  6,  1840;  died  Feb.  20,  1844. 

6455  Unity  Medora,  born  March  18,  1845 ;  married  Alpheus  Jay  Hatha- 

way.* • 

6456  Charles  Hull,  bom  May  13,  1850;  married  Welthea  Ruth  Clark.* 

3893  LOUISA  JEWETT  (Jonathan""-",  Benjamin"^',  Jonathan'", 
EzekieP'^,  Thomas"^,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Sanger- 
ville, N.  Y.,  Nov.  29,  1819.  She  married  there  April  18,  1855,  Charles 
Mason,  who  was  born  in  Agasta,  Oneida  Co.,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  2,  1818,  son  of 
David  and  Naomi  (Miller)  Mason.  They  resided  in  Vernon,  N.  Y.,  where  he 
was  a  farmer  and  where  she  died  Jan.  24,  1881.  Mr.  Mason  then  married, 
Oct.  15,  1882,  her  sister,  Mary  Ann  Jewett  (3892),  who  died  in  Sangerville, 
Nov.  22,  1902,  s.  p. 

Child: 

6457  Charles  Jewett,  born  in  Vernon,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  1,  1859;  married  Emma 

Ann  DeVotie.* 

3896  CHARLES    ALBERT    JEWETT    (Jonathan""'",    Benjamin"', 


636  Jewett  Genealogy 

Jonathan^"^,  EzekieP"",  Thomas"^,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Sangerville,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  3,  1826.  He  married  there  Nov.  10,  1863,  Sarah 
E.  Clark,  daughter  of  Alvin  and  Esther  (Com)  Clark.  She  died  in  Sanger- 
ville,  and  he  married  second,  Feb.  25,  1877,  Marietta  Clark,  a  sister  of  his 
first  wife.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  resided  in  Sangerville,  until  after 
the  death  of  his  first  wife,  when  he  removed  to  Waterville,  N.  Y. 

Children,  born  in  Waterville,  N.  Y.: 

6-458  Benjamin  Charles,  born  March  11,  1868.  He  was  a  graduate  of  the 
Philadelphia  Dental  College  and  followed  his  profession  in  Phila- 
delphia, but  died  in  Sangerville,  Jan.  23,  1891,  unmarried. 

6'159     Effie  (twin),  died  in  infancy. 

6460  Etta  (twin),  died  in  infancy. 

6461  Frank  Clark  (twin),  born  Dec.  23,  1875.     He  is  a  dentist  in  East- 

port,  Me.,  where  he  resides,  unmarried. 

6462  Fanny   (twin),  born  Dec.  23,  1875;  died  in  infancy. 

3903  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (George  Wr'-',  Benjamin^'^  Jona- 
than^*'", EzekieP"',  Thomas"^,  EzekieP,  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Sangerville,  N.  Y.,  in  1840.  She  married  in  Brookfield,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  2,  1866, 
Alonzo  Brooks,  who  w^as  born  in  Deansboro,  N.  Y.,  in  1839,  son  of  Morgan 
and  Lucretia  (Adams)  Brooks.  He  is  a  farmer  in  Deansboro,  where  they 
reside. 

Children: 

6463  Laura  Adella,  bom  in  Brookfield,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  9,  1867 ;  married  March 

31,  1897,  Wayne  E.  Meacham.     They  reside  in  Utica,  N.  Y. 

6464  Frank  Alonzo,  born  in  Deansboro,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  15,  1871 ;  married 

Feb.  1,  1898,  Lina  E.  Langworthy,  and  resides  in  Deansboro. 

6465  Luella  Elmira,  born  in  Deansboro,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  20,  1880. 

3917  JOSEPH  SUMNER  JEWETT  (Joseph  G.""*",  David'*', 
David^",  EzekieP",  Thomas'%  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Monmouth,  Me.,  June  26,  1836.  He  married  there  Dec.  31,  1859,  by  Joseph 
G.  Jewett,  Esq.,  Margaret  Ann  Hutchinson,  who  was  born  in  Litchfield,  Me., 
June  21,  1837,  daughter  of  Dexter  and  Ruth  (Dennison)  Hutchinson  of 
Wales,  Me.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  farmer  and  resides  in  Wales,  where  Mrs.  Jewett 
died  April  9,  1893 ;  buried  in  the  Monmouth  Ridge  Cemetery.  He  has  been 
prominent  in  the  affairs  of  the  town,  has  been  one  of  the  Selectmen,  a  Justice 
of  the  Peace,  and  held  other  positions  of  trust. 

Child: 

6466  Fred  Sumner,  born  in  Monmouth,  Me.,  June  5,  1861 ;  married  Jan. 

20,  1884,  Minnie  E.  Gatchell,  who  was  bom  March  1,  1864,  daugh- 
ter of  Nathaniel  Ingerson  Gatchell  of  Monmouth.  They  reside  in 
Monmouth  and  have  one  child,  Carrie  E.,  born  Sept.  14,  1884. 


Ninth  Genekatiox  637 

3923  ANN  MARIA  DOLE  (Scth  J.-"'%  Mary"'',  Jcremiah^'S  Jere- 
miah"", Maximilian*'*,  Ezekicr,  Maximiliair,  Edward^),  was  born  in  By  field, 
Mass.,  June  7,  1826.  She  married  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  Nov.  25,  ISii,  William 
Lane  Hood,  who  was  born  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  Sept.  17,  1817,  son  of  Abraham 
Kimball  and  Eliza  (Hood)  Hood.  !Mr.  Hood  was  a  carpenter  and  settled  in 
Salem,  Mass.,  later  removed  to  Concord,  X.  H.,  where  she  died  Aug.  21,  1894;. 

Children: 

6467  William  Edwin,  born  in  Salem,  Mass.,  July  1,  18-i9;  married  Ella  F. 

Saltmarsh.* 

6468  Emily  ^Nlaria,  born  in  Salem,  Mass.,  June  16,  1853 ;  died  June  22, 

1855. 

6469  Susan   Ella,   born   in   Salem,   Mass.,   May   14,    1855;   married   John 

Brooks.* 

6470  Seth  Richmond,  born  in  Concord,  N.  H.,  April  16,  1857 ;  married 

Carrie  Nourse  of  Lancaster,  N.  H.  He  is  a  plumber  and  resides 
in  Concord.     One  child,  Azella,  born  in  Concord,  June ,  1888. 

3927  SETH  RICHMOND  DOLE  (Seth  Jr^'^  Mary"",  Jeremiah^^'S 
Jeremiah"",  Maximilian"\  Ezekiel",  Maximilian^,  EdAvard^),  was  born  in  B}'- 
field,  Mass.,  Aug.  23,  1836.  He  married  in  Concord,  N.  H.,  May  14,  1861, 
Susan  Rebecca  Boynton,  who  was  born  in  Concord  Nov.  19,  1838,  daughter 
of  Lyman  Dwight  and  Roccenia  (Webster)  Boynton.  Mr.  Dole  is  a  car- 
riage salesman  with  the  Abbott  Downing  Co.,  and  resides  in  Concord. 

Children,  born  in  Concord,  N.  H.: 

6471  Helen  Roccenia,  born  May  16,  1862;  resides  in  Concord,  unmarried. 

6472  Arthur  Edward,  born  Dec.  8,  1864 ;  married  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  June 

8,  1905,  Katherine  Devoll,  daughter  of  Andrew  and  Katherinc 
(Cady)  Devoll.  He  is  a  bank  commissioner  and  resides  in  Con- 
cord, s.  p. 

6473  Walter  Stanley,  born  May  1,  1868;  married  Cora  May  Chesley.* 

6474  Fred  Lyman,  born  Dec.  19,  1870.     He  resides  in  Concord,  where  he 

is  the  paying  teller  of  the  Mechanics  National  Bank. 

3930  SARAH  ELIZABETH  DOLE  (Thomas'*'",  Mary"",  Jere- 
miah^^S  Jeremiah^"^",  Maximilian'*',  Ezekiel",  Maximilian^,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  New  Rowley,  Mass.,  Nov.  16,  1835.  She  married  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  April 
4,  1861,  James  Watson  Morse,  wlio  was  born  in  Lowell,  July  7,  1837,  son 
of  W^illis  and  Rosilla  (Read)  Morse.  He  was  a  machinist,  and  died  Jan. 
18,  1884.     Mrs.  Morse  resides  in  Somerville,  Mass. 

Child: 

6475  Charles   Alfred,   born    in   Lowell,   Mass.,   Feb.    18,   1877 ;   resides   in 

Somerville,  Mass. 


638  Jewett  Genealogy 

3931  GEORGE  MELVIN  DOLE  (Thomas-'",  Mary'",  Jeremiah'", 
Jeremiah"^  Maximilian'®,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
New  Rowley,  Mass.,  July  17,  1837.  He  married  in  Manchester,  N.  H.,  Dec. 
22,  1871,  Sarah  Abbie  Maxfield,  who  was  born  in  Belmont,  N.  H.,  July  30, 
1846,  daughter  of  Daniel  Huntoon  and  Sarah  Limond  (Shaw)  Maxfield. 
Mr.  Dole  is  a  carriage  painter  and  resides  in  Lowell,  Mass. 

Children: 
64)76     Florence  Mabel,  born  in  Concord,  N.  H.,  Jan.  3,  1873;  resides  in 
Lowell,  Mass. 

6477  Fred  Sumner,  born  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  June  8,  1875 ;  married  in  Glovers- 

ville,  N.  Y.,  June  30,  1900,  Elizabeth  Hood  Fleming,  who  was  bom 
in  Johnsonville,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  20,  1880,  daughter  of  Allan  Cobb  and 
Alice  Louise  (Angus)  Fleming.  They  reside  in  Gloversville,  where 
he  is  a  bookkeeper  in  a  bank. 

6478  Ralph  Melvin,  bom  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  Oct.  24,  1889. 

3932  E.  MARY  ZERVIAH  DOLE  (Thomas-"",  Mary'",  Jeremiah'", 
Jeremiah^'%  Maximilian^^  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Georgetown,  Mass.,  Feb.  23,  1843.  She  married  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  Dec.  19, 
1866,  Henry  Augustus  Pike,  who  was  born  in  Limerick,  Me.,  Oct.  14,  1843, 
son  of  Humphrey  and  Phebe  Whittemore  (Eastman)  Pike.  They  reside  in 
South  Framingham,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  bookkeeper. 

Children,  born  in  Chelsea,  Mass.: 

6479  Emma    Augusta,    bom    Dec.    16,    1867;    married    Horace    Greeley 

Brown.* 

6480  Alice  May,  bom  Sept.  1,  1872;  died  in  Chelsea,  March  22,  1875. 

6481  Arthur  Henry,  born  April  1,  1879;  died  in  Chelsea  April  24,  1881. 

6482  Florence  Ella,  bom  April  14,  1882;  resides  in  Worcester,  Mass. 

3933  WILLIAM  TEMPLE  DOLE  (Thomas'"*",  Mary'",  Jere- 
miah'^%  Jeremiah"*,  Maximilian'%  Ezekief,  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was 
bom  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  April  2,  1846.  He  married  in  Chelmsford,  Mass., 
Feb.  18,  1874,  Lydia  Ann  Hamblet,  daughter  of  Jonas  and  Sarah  Brown 
(Butterfield)  Hamblet.     They  reside  in  Lowell,  where  he  is  a  grocery  clerk. 

Children,  bom  in  Lowell,  Mass. : 

6483  Juliet  Butterfield,  born  Dec.  23,  1874;  died  Sept.  18,  1883. 

6484  Edith  May,  bom  March  9,  1877. 

6485  Albert  Farmer,  bom  Oct.  16,  1878;  married  in  Derry,  N.  H.,  June 

28,  1905,  Mattie  Bartlett,  who  was  born  in  Haverhill,  Mass.,  July 
21,  1875,  daughter  of  Frank  A.  and  Lucretia  (Burleigh)  Bart- 
lett. They  reside  in  Cambridge,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  bookkeeper. 
One  child,  Richard  Fairfax,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  April  20,  1906. 


Ninth  Generation  639 


6486  Foster  Haniblct,  bom  Dec.  5,  1880. 

6487  Wallace  Adriance,  born  Nov.  HH,  1885. 


3936  JEREMI/VH  JEWETT  WILDES  (Mary  B."",  Jeremiah'**", 
Jereniiah'^%  Jereiniah^""*,  Maximilian'"'*,  EzekicF,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was 
bom  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  May  21,  1834,  He  married  Dec.  10,  1856,  Sarah 
Merrill,  daughter  of  Thomas  and  Caroline  Merrill.  She  was  born  in  Byfield, 
Mass.,  June  il^2,  1833,  and  died  March  11,  1858,  s.  p.  He  married  (2d),  in 
West  Newbury,  Mass.,  Oct.  19,  1865,  by  Rev.  Davis  Foster,  Sarah  Ellen 
Tarleton,  daughter  of  John  and  Hannah  (Wadleigh)  Tarleton  of  West  New- 
bury.    They  reside  in  Georgetown,  Mass.,  where  Mr.  Wildes  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Georgetoicn,  Mass.: 

6488  Anna  Tarleton,  born  Oct.  2,  1869;  married  March  7,  1898,  Leopold 

I.  DeQuoy  of  Boston.     One  child,  Stanley  Wildes,  bom  in  Boston, 
Feb.  14,  1898. 

6489  Hattie  Green,  born  May  22,  1871.     She  is  a  school  teacher. 

6490  Alice  Augusta,  born  March  28,  1873;  married  Charles  A.  Stetson.* 

6491  Elwood  Thurston,  bom  May  7,  1877.     He  is  a  sole-leather  cutter. 

3937  SARAH  BARKER  WILDES  (Mary  B.'"",  Jeremiah«''%  Jere- 
miah^^S  Jeremiah^^^,  Maximilian^^,  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Oct.  3,  1836.  She  married  June  — ,  1867,  David  E.  N. 
Carlton  of  West  Newbury,  Mass.,  who  was  born  June  17,  1836.  They  reside 
in  West  Newbury. 

Children: 

6492  Josephine,  bom  July  6,  1869 ;  died  Sept.  2,  1871. 

6493  Herbert  N.,  born  Doc.  27,  1873. 

6494  Ethel  B.,  born  Dec.  27,  1878. 

3938  JAMES  BIRNEY  WILDES  (Mary  B.=*"%  Jeremiah"",  Jere- 
miah'", Jeremiah^^",  Maximilian^*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian\  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Georgetown,  Mass.,  May  26,  1839.  He  married  July  24,  1865,  Carohne 
Augusta  Plumer,  daughter  of  Nathaniel  and  Caroline  Plumer.  He  was  a 
soldier  in  the  Civil  War  serving  as  private  in  the  50th  Mass.  Vols.  Resides 
in  Boston,  Mass. 

Children : 

6495  Charles  Cushing  Paine,  born  Jan.  21,  1867;  died  Sept.  15,  1867. 

6496  George  Thurlow,  born  March  25,  1869;  died  Aug.  25,  1869. 

6497  John  Carpenter,  bom  Nov.  23,  1874. 

3940  ELIZA  MOORES  WH.DES  (Mary'"",  Jeremiah"'",  Jere- 
miah*", Jeremiah^^®,  Maximilian"%  E/ekiel",  Maxinn'lian*,  Edward*),  was  born 
in  Newbury,  Mass.,  Sept.  27,  1848.  She  married  there  Nov.  29,  1884,  Sam- 
uel P.  Batchelder  of  Georgetown,  Mass.,  who  was  born   in  Boxford,  Mass., 


640  Jewett  Genealogy 

July  28,   1853,   son   of  John   Quincy   and   Melissa    (Peabody)    Batchelder. 
They  reside  in  Georgetown,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Georgetown,  Mass.: 
6498     John  Quincy,  born  Sept.  6,  1885. 
6-199     Fred  Wildes,  born  April  8,  1888. 

6500  Florence,  bom  Sept.  4,  1890. 

3941  IRA  GREEN  WILDES  (Mary  B.^^**",  Jeremiah«'%  Jere- 
miah'^', Jeremiah"",  Maximilian-%  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Oct.  24,  1851.  He  married  Jan.  11,  1878,  Louise  J. 
Huntress,  who  was  bom  Aug.  17,  1856,  daughter  of  A.  J.  Huntress  of 
Grovcland,  Mass.      They  reside  in  Haverhill,  Mass. 

Children  : 

6501  Ada  May,  born  Jan.  10,  1882;  died  Oct.  2,  1882. 

6502  Howard  Green,  born  Feb.  2,  1884. 

6503  Bertha  Garland,  born  June  2,  1886. 

3943  FRED  S.  JEWETT  (James  ^.-'^%  Isaiah''*'^  Jere- 
miah'^', Jeremiah"^  Maximilian-^  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Gloucester,  Mass.,  Feb.  2,  1866.  He  married  Feb.  2,  1886,  Annie  G. 
Griffin.     Thev  reside  in  Gloucester. 

Children  : 

6504  Marion  F.,  born  Sept.  5,  1887. 

6505  Ruth  S.,  born  . 

3967  MARY  ANN  JEWETT  (Ebenezer  W.'''^',  Robert"",  Sam- 
uel", Jeremiah"",  Maximilian-^  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Georgetown,  Mass.,  April  10,  1845.  She  married  in  Lawrence,  Mass., 
Dec.  — ,  1865,  Benjamin  G.  Morse,  who  was  born  in  Derby,  Vt.,  July  8,  1836, 
son  of  James  Pierce  and  Jane  (Dearbom)  Morse.  He  is  a  shoemaker  and 
machinist.     Mrs.  Morse  died  in  Winchester,  Mass.,  Sept.  12, 1901. 

Children,  born  in  Lazcrence,  Mass.: 

6506  Lorenzo  Pierce,  bom  Nov.  4, 1886 ;  died  Dec.  10,  1867. 

6507  Lenda  Pierce,  born  Jan.  7,  1868 ;  married  William  Nuttall.* 

3968  JAMES  LEE  JEWETT  (Ebenezer  W.'*^"',  Robert"",  Sam- 
uel^'', Jeremiah"",  Maximilian'*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  Aug.  30,  1849.  He  married  Mary  Hill  of  Kennebunkport, 
Me.,  and  removed  to  Dallas,  Texas. 

Children : 

6508  Linnie,  born . 

6509  Lizzie,  born . 

6510  Lida,  bom  . 


Ninth   Gexeratiox  64-1 

3969  JOHN  MULLEN  JEWETT  (Ebcnezcr  W.-**°%  Robert^'*',  Sam- 
ueP*",  Jcrcmiah^^",  Maximilian"**,  Ezekiel",  jNL'ixiniilian"^,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Ipswich.  ^lass.,  Aug.  Ho,  1855.  He  married  in  (Byfield)  Newbury,  Mass., 
Feb.  15,  1879,  Mary  A.  Blake,  daughter  of  Frederick  W.  and  Caroline  L. 
(Adams)  Blake.  ^Ii-.  Jiwttt  was  a  traveling  salesman  and  was  found  dead  in 
his  room  at  the  Elmwood  hotel,  Waterville,  Me.,  Sept.  IT,  1906,  having  died 
from  heart  disease.      ]Mrs.  Jewett  and  family  reside  in  Reading,  Mass. 

Children: 

6511  Robert  Arthur,  born  in  Norway',  ]Me.,  Aug.  14,  1881;  married  June 

28,  1905,  Beatrice  Watts. 

6512  Harold  Blake,  born  in  Norway,  Me.,  Aug.  29,  1885. 

6513  PJiilip  Longfellow,  bom  in  Boston,  ]\L'iss.,  Feb.  5,  1889. 

651 4i     ^Malcolm   Worcester,  bom   in    (Byfield)    Newbury,   ^Nlass.,  April   12, 
1892. 

6515  ^lildred,  born  in  Reading,  INLass.,  Dec.  8,  1894. 

3970  NELLIE  JEWETT  (Ebenezer  W.="''\  Robert'",  SamucP", 
Jeremiah"",  Maximilian"'^,  Ezekiel",  ^Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Ipswich,  Mass.,  Nov.  20,  1861.  She  married  there  May  23,  1883,  Frank 
Emmons  Howe,  who  was  bom  in  Braintree,  ^lass.,  Dec.  17,  1862,  son  of 
Charles  Henry  and  Susan  (Maxwell)  Howe.     They  reside  in  Ipswich. 

Children,  born  in  Scdem,  Mass.: 

6516  Lorenzo  Thurston,  born  Aug.  4,  1884. 

6517  Frank  Lincoln,  horn  Sept.  27,  1886. 

3974  SARAH  FRANCES  HUBBARD  (Abigail  A.-"'*',  Robert""',  Sam- 
uel'®", Jeremiah"",  Maximilian"®,  Ezekiel®,  ]\Iaximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Lowell,  Mass.,  June  19,  1849.  She  married  Jan.  31,  1872,  Orin  F.  Os- 
good.     They   reside  in   Lowell. 

Ch  ildren : 

6518  Helen  Mabel,  born  April  13,  1874;  married  Harry  F.  Graves.     They 

reside  in  Lowell,  ^lass.      One  child,  Frances,  born  July  — ,  1892. 

6519  Charles  Franklin,  born  Jan.   11.  1878;  resides  in  Lowell,  Mass. 

6520  Ethel  Knowles,  born  Oct.  26,  1882 ;  resides  in  Lowell,  Mass. 

3978  GORIIAM  PARSONS  JEWETT  (Gorham  P.-'"",  Robert"''\  Sam- 
uel'®", Jeremiah"",  Maximilian"®,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian',  Edward*),  was  born 
in  Georgetown  Mass.,  Aug.  2,  1871.  He  married  Sarah  M.  Keyes,  daughter 
of  Henry  Keyes.  They  reside  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  partner  with 
his  brother  in  the  grocery  business. 

Children,  horn,  in  lio-iclr//,  Mass.: 

6521  Elice  Bailey,  born  June  30,  1896:  died  D.r.  16.  1903. 


642  Jewett  Genealogy 

0522     Lawrence  Russell,  born  Feb.  26,  1898. 

6523  Sarah  Maria,  bom  Nov.  25,  1899. 

6524  Greta  Lambert,  born  Aug.  29,  1901. 

3979  FRED  IRA  JEWETT  (Gorham  P.-'°°,  Robert"",  SamueP»% 
Je^emiah"^  Maximilian'%  EzekieP,  IVIaxiniilian%  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Georgetown,  Mass.,  May  5,  1875.  He  married  Edith  Claxton,  daughter  of 
Thomas  and  Nellie  (Jewett)  Claxton.  She  died  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  July  17, 
1906.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  partner  with  his  brother  in  the  grocery  business  in 
Rowley. 

Children,  born  m  Rowley,  Mass.  : 

6525  Frances  B.,  born  Dec.  23,  1897. 

6526  Gladys  Douglass,  bom  Oct.  9,  1900. 

6527  Waldo  Reed,  bora  Feb.  23,  1902. 

3984  WILLIAM  SEBASTIAN  JEWETT  (Frederick  S.'^"',  Nathan- 
iel"%  Seth''%  Jeremiah"%  Maximilian-%  EzekieP,  Maximilian^  Edward'), 
was  born  in  St.  George,  N.  B.,  March  10,  1862.  He  married  in  Lawrence, 
Mass.,  July  — ,  1884,  Gladys  A.  Carr,  who  was  bom  in  Haverhill,  Mass., 
in  1867.  They  reside  in  Lawrence,  where  he  is  the  editor  of  the  Lawrence 
American. 

Children,  bom  in  Lawrence,  Mass.: 

6528  Frederick  Carr,  born  July  12,  1888. 

6529  William  Sebastian,  bom  Oct.  24,  1891. 

4035  ADELAIDE  LOUISE  JEWETT  (Lyman'-'",  Nathan"'^  Ste- 
phen"', Eliphalet'"',  Stephen'%  Ezekief,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Nellore,  India,  Dec.  31,  1852.  She  married  May  18,  1875,  Lester  Mayo 
Davis,  who  was  born  in  Nashua,  N.  H.,  Dec.  15,  1851,  son  of  Mial  and  Har- 
riet M.  Davis.  They  reside  in  Fitchburg,  Mass.,  where  Mr.  Davis  is  in  the 
lumber  business. 

Children : 

6530  Lloyd  Jewett,  bom  in  Burlington,  Vt.,  May  5,  1876. 

6531  Lyman  Jewett,  born  in  Fitchburg,  Mass.,  April  21,  1883;  died  Dec. 

1,  1885. 

6532  Helen  Adelaide,  born  in  Fitchburg,  Mass.,  Oct.  30,  1891. 

4039  HELEN  MATILDA  JEWETT  (Lyman'"%  Nathan"'^  Ste- 
phen*", Eliphalet'"',  Stephen'%  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Madras,  India,  Feb.  3,  1862.  She  graduated  from  Wellesley  College  in 
the  class  of  1884  and  married  June  7,  1888,  Charles  Sanderson  Young,  who 
was  bom  in  Jersey  City,  N.  J.,  June  29,  1845.  They  reside  in  Newton  Cen- 
ter, Mass.,  where  Mr.  Young  is  an  oil  merchant. 

Children,  born  in  Newton  Center,  Mass.: 

6533  Alan  Jewett,  bom  May  25,  1889. 

6534  Rhoda  Louise,  bom  April  2,  1904. 


Ninth  Generation  64«3 

4062  TIMOTHY  HASTINGS  JEWETT  (Leander"-%  Ebcnezer^'^'S 
Stephen*",  Eliphalet'",  Stephen^",  EzckieP,  Muximilian%  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Bethel,  Me.,  Sept.  3,  1843.  He  married  in  Wayne,  Me.,  May  15, 
1866,  by  Rev.  William  Beavins,  Carrie  Jane  Beavins,  who  was  born  in  Am- 
herst, Mass.,  in  1845,  daughter  of  Rev.  William  and  Caroline  (Brown) 
Beavins.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  resided  on  the  old  homestead  in 
Bethel,  where  he  died  Aug.  16,  1906.      His  widow  resides  in  Bethel. 

Child  : 

6535  Han  Beatrice,  born  in  Bethel,  Me.,  June  — ,  1870;  married  July  24, 

1892,   Carl  Walter  Goodwin,   and   resides   in   Bethel.     One   cliild, 
Gwendolin  Gratia,  born  in  Bethel,  March  12,  1900. 

4064  LEANDER  H.  JEWETT  (Milton"",  Ebenezer^'S  Ste- 
phen*", Ehphalet^°%  Stephen^%  EzekieP,  Maximilian\  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Sweden,  Me.,  April  4,  1851.  He  married  in  Chicago,  111.,  Nov.  14,  1878, 
Sarah  M.  Freeman,  who  was  bom  in  Brookfield,  Vt.,  daughter  of  Augustus 
and  Lucinda  (Bigelow)  Freeman.  They  reside  in  Broken  Bow,  Neb.,  where 
he  is  postmaster  of  that  town. 

Children : 

6536  Eva  M.,  bom  in  Chicago,  111.,  April  20,  1880;  married  Charles  V. 

Talbot.* 

6537  Perley  B.,  bora  in  Broken  Bow,  Neb.,  July  14,  1886. 

6538  Hazel  F.,  bora  in  Broken  Bow,  Neb.,  Dec.  25,  1899. 

4084  HANNAH  JEWETT  RUST  (Hannah  S.=-*%  Andrew"''%  Jona- 
than*"*^, Joseph"®,  Jonathan"^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Wolfboro,  N.  H.,  July  9,  1838.  She  married  Nov.  5,  1862,  George  Bur- 
bank  of  West  Springfield,  Mass. 

Children:  \ 

6539  George,  bom  in  Wolfboro,  N.  H.,  Aug.  27,  1863;  died  in  Charles- 

town,  Mass.,  June  8,  1864. 

6540  Eliza  Harvey,  bora  in  Charlestown,  Mass.,  July  9,  1865 ;  resides  in 

Westfield,  Mass. 

4086  EMILY  AUSTRESS  JEWETT  (Janips""",  Andrew"",  Jona- 
than*"', Joseph"",  Jonathan"^,  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Alton,  N.  H.,  Sept.  27,  1836.      She  married  in  Farmington,  N.  II.,  Nov. 

30,  1854,  Josiah  Brown  Kimball,  who  was  born   in   Bradford,  iSIass.,  July 

31,  1833,  son  of  Nathaniel  T.  and  Harriet  (GriflRn)  Kimball.  He  was  a  shoe 
manufacturer,  and  died  Dec.  10,  186").  Mrs.  Kimbiill  resides  in  Rochester, 
N.  H. 

Child: 

6541  Nathaniel   Thurston,  born   in   Farmingtoii,   N.    H.,   Sept.   12,   1855; 

married  in  Rochester,  N.  H.,  Jan.  23,  1892,  Lizzie  Gertrude  Trask, 


644  Jewett  Gexealogy 

who  was  boni  in  Milton,  X.  H.,  Oct.  9,  1869,  daughter  of  Alfred 
and  Harriet  (Davis)  Trask.  Mr.  Kimball  is  agent  for  the  Boston 
and  Maine  Railroad,  and  resides  in  Rochester,  N.  H.  Two  childi-en, 
Marian,  born  in  Rochester  July  25,  1893,  and  Nathaniel  Thurston, 
born  in  Rochester  April  18,  1895. 

4087  ELLEN  AUGUSTA  JEWETT  (James--'^  Andrew"°%  Jona- 
than""^", Joseph^'^,  Jonathan*'^,  Joseph^S  ]\Iaximihan^,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Alton,  N.  H.,  Sept.  27,  1836.  She  married  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Oct.  — , 
1858,  Seth  Burrill,  who  was  born  in  New  Portland,  Me.,  Jan.  27,  1835,  son 
of  Seth  and  Sophronia  (Davis)  Burrill.  He  was  a  saw  filer  and  tool  repairer 
and  died  in  Atlantic,, Mass.,  Oct.  23,  1896.     Mrs.  Burrill  resides  in  Atlantic. 

CMldreii: 

6542  Walter  Eus^ic,  born  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  May  18,  1859 ;  married  in 

Boston/Alass.,  March  — ,  1893,  Mary  Annie  O'Riley,  who  was  bom. 
in  Cwlsea,  Mass.,  March  28,  1859,  daughter  of  Phillip  and  Cath- 
erine (Lennard)  O'Riley.  He  is  a  saw  filer  and  tool  grinder  and 
resides  in  Boston. 

6543  Ida  Gertrude,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Feb.  19,  1863 ;  married  in  Chel- 

sea, Mass.,  in  1881,  Elmer  Ellsworth  Randall,  and  died  June  28, 
1882. 

6544  Annie  Ehza,  born  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  Sept.  17,  1865;  died  April  — , 

1874. 

6545  Alice  Estelle,  born  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,    Aug.  3,  1879;  married  there  in 

1901,  Herman  E.  B.  Keller.  He  was  born  in  Camden,  Me.,  in 
1879,  and  died  May  11,  1903.  She  resides  in  Atlantic,  Mass. 
One  child,  Earl  Burrill,  born  Aug.  24,  1902 ;  died  Dec.  24,  1905. 

4088  ELIZA  ANN  JEWETT  (James"'°,  Andrew^^'^  Jonathan*<'% 
Joseph^'®,  Jonathan*'^,  Joseph^^,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  at 
Alton  Bay,  N.  H.,  June  10,  1839.  She  married  in  Boston,  Mass.,  June  10, 
1858,  Horatio  Roberts,  who  was  born  in  Portland,  Me.,  Nov.  8,  1832,  son  of 
Shedrick  and  Harriet  (]Moody)  Roberts.  He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War 
and  lost  a  leg  at  the  second  battle  of  Bull  Run ;  was  for  many  years  an  en- 
gineer in  the  Boston  Custom  House,  and  died  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  April  20, 
1894.     Mrs.  Roberts  died  in  Chelsea,  March  11,  1860. 

Child: 

6546  Harriet  Amanda,  born  in   Chelsea,  ]Mass.,  June  25,  1859;  married 

William  Train  Mosman.* 

4089  A^NIANDA  WILSON  JEWETT  (Jamcs"'°,  Andrew''*'%  Jona- 
than**'^, Joseph^"'*,  Jonathan"'',  Joseph^S  iNIaximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  at 
Alton  Bay,  N.  H.,  April  29,  1841.      She  married  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Nov.  1, 


Ninth  Generation  645 

1876,  James  Francis  Hovey,  who  was  born  in  HoUis,  Me.,  Jan.  27,  1843,  son 
of  Henry  and  Elizabeth  Sweet  (AUds)  Hovey.  They  reside  in  Boston,  Mass., 
where  he  is  a  bookkeeper. 

Child: 

6547  Edna  Jewett,  bom  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Dec.  16,  1877. 

4092  JAISIES  HARVEY  PIERPORT  NEAL  (Sarah  A."",  Joseph""', 
Jacob*'^  Joseph^'",  Jonathan**^,  Joseph",  Maxiinihan'',  Edward^),  was  bom 
m  Boston,  Mass.,  Jan.  30,  1834.  He  married  there,  May  8,  1855,  Eliza 
Pearce,  and  died  in  Boston  May  12,  1880. 

Children,  bom  in  Boston,  Mass.: 

6548  Alfred  Jewett,  born  in   1860;  married  Nellie  Greer,  and  resides  in 

Boston. 

6549  Annie  Clara,  born  ;  married  and  died  about  1896. 

6550  James  Harvey  Pierport,  bom  Dec.  31,  1865;  married  Jan.  26,  1887, 

Maria  A.  Bums.  Two  children,  Clara  E.,  born  in  Boston,  Mass., 
June  26,  1888;  and  Helen  M.,  born  in  Cambridge,  Mass.,  Feb.  13, 
1899. 

4100  ALICE  BELL  NEAL  (Sarah  A.'--'\  Joseph""',  Jacob*",  Jo- 
seph"%  Jonathan''^  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  born  in  Boston, 
Mass.,  Aug.  21,  1851.  She  married  there  April  19,  1876,  Joseph  Maurice 
Burrell.     They  reside  in  Boston,  where  Mr.  Burrcll  is  a  bookkeeper.  » 

Children,  bom  in  Boston,  Mass.: 

6551  Perc}'  Jewett,  bom  Feb.  10,  1877.      He  received  the  degree  of  Bach- 

elor of  Orator^^,  conferred  by  the  New  England  Conservatory,  in 
1897.  He  is  an  elocutionist  and  teacher;  has  contributed  to  many 
magazines,  delivered  public  addresses  and  lectures,  edited  papers 
and  magazines,  and  wrote  a  monograph,  "  Oratory  in  the  Public 
Schools."     Resides  in  Boston,  unm. 

6552  Ahce  Henshaw,  born  Oct.  12,  1878;  resides  in  Boston,  unm. 

4118  MARTHA  ANN  JEWETT  (Benjamin-"%  Benjamin"",  Ben- 
jamin*'*, Benjamin^^'',  Jonathan"^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward*),  was 
bom  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  Dec.  12,  1827.  She  married  John  Andrew  Stevens, 
who  was  born  in  Gardiner,  Feb.  10,  1826,  son  of  John  and  Mercy  (Knox) 
Stevens  of  Gardiner.      Mrs.  Stevens  died  April  25,  1905. 

Children: 

6553  Charles  Franklin,  born  in  Richmond,  Me.,  Feb.  10,  1855;  resides  in 

Gardiner,  Me. 

6554  Frederick,  bom  in  West  Gardiner.  Me.,  June  30,  1856;  died  Oct.  12, 

1881. 


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6555  Hiram  Davis,  born  April  4,  1859;  married  in  Marseilles,  111.,  Sept. 

— ,  1894,  Mrs.  Laura  Sherman,  and  resides  in  Ottawa,  111. 

6556  Luella  Collins,  born  near  Ottawa,  111.,  Dec.  24,  1861 ;  died  Sept.  18, 

1867. 

6557  Carrie  Adelaide,  born  near  Ottawa,  111.,  July  — ,  1864 ;  died  Sept.  29, 

1866. 

6558  Bertha  Ellen,  bom  in  Marseilles,  111.,  Nov.  10,  1869 ;  married  James 

Henry  Snarr.* 

4119  BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN  JEWETT  (Benjamin-''%  Benja- 
min"'', Benjamin*",  Benjamin"",  Jonathan*'",  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Ed- 
vard^),  was  born  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  Aug.  7,  1833.  He  married  there,  Dec.  6, 
1860,  Mary  Elizabeth  Hildreth,  who  was  born  in  Gardiner,  Sept.  24,  1841, 
daughter  of  David  and  Martha  (Grant)  Hildreth.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  fur- 
niture maker  and  farmer,  and  resides  in  West  Gardiner,  Me. 

Children,  born  in  West  Gardiner,  Me.: 

6559  William,  born  Nov.  29,  1863 ;  died  Dec.  20,  1863. 

6560  Lovena  Averill,  born  Aug.  29,  1865;  married  in  Farmingdale,  Me., 

by  Rev.  E.  Manson,  Oct.  4,  1885,  William  Henry  Newell,  who  was 
born  in  West  Gardiner,  June  30,  1863,  son  of  Asa  L.  and  Eliza- 
beth (Day)  Newell.     He  is  a  machinist;  residence  West  Gardiner. 

6561  Charles  Wilbur,  born  Feb.  19,  1874 ;  died  Aug.  30,  1881. 

4120  JOHN  HENRY  JEWETT  (Benjamin-''^  Benjamin"'^  Benja- 
jamin*^®,  Benjamin"",  Jonathan®%  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was 
born  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  in  1836.  He  married  there  Sept.  10,  1864,  by  Rev. 
J.  Marriner,  Mary  Maria  Lunt,  daughter  of  Joseph  and  Mary  (Brann) 
Lunt'of  Gardiner.  Mr.  Jewett  died  Sept.  14,  1869.  His  widow  married 
Charles  Osgood  Knox  (see  4128). 

Child: 

6562  Alberta,  born  ;  married  in  Lewiston,  Me.,  Dec.   25,  1883,  by 

Rev.  O.  D.  Patch,  Edward  E.  Grant.  They  reside  in  Gardiner, 
Me. 

4123  NATHAN  JEWETT  KNOX  (AbigaiP"'%  Benjamin"=%  Benja- 
jamin*",  Benjamin"",  Jonathan®%  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  April  21,  1826.  He  married  there  Dec.  22,  1855, 
Elizabeth  Hannah  Standish,  who  was  born  in  Bath,  Me.,  Oct.  11,  1830, 
daughter  of  Lemuel  and  Betsey   (Berry)   Standish. 

Children,  horn  in  West  Gardiner,  Me.: 

6563  John  Wesley,  born  Jan.  2,  1859;  married  in  Gardiner,  Oct.  13,  1886, 

Geneva  Wild  Johnson,  who  was  born  in  Industry,  Me.,  Oct.  13, 
1866,  daughter  of  Zebediah  Johnson  of  Industry. 

6564  Ella  Eugenia,  bom  Jan.  7,  1866. 

4127     SALLY      ANN      KNOX      (AbigaiP'^",      Benjamin"",      Ben- 


Ninth  Generation  64)7 

jamin*^^,  Benjamin'*",  Jonathan^^,  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was 
bom  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  June  9,  183S.  She  married  in  West  Gardiner,  Oct. 
16,  1853,  Chester  Harrison  Rhoades,  who  was  born  in  Gardiner  Oct.  27, 
1832,  son  of  Chester  and  Mercy  (Doughiss)  Rhoades. 

Children,  horn  in  West  Gardiner,  Me.: 

6565  Matilda  Abbey,  born  July  28,  1854 ;  married  in  West  Gardiner,  Nov. 

28,  1872,  Jacob  Warren  Huntington.     No  issue, 

6566  Willie  Henry,  born  Nov.  10,  1868;  died  Aug.  11,  1876. 

4128  CHARLES  OSGOOD  KNOX  (Abigail-'"'",  Benjamin"'-*,  Ben- 
jamin*'®, Benjamin'*",  Jonathan"',  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Gardiner,  Me,,  May  24,  1837.  He  married  (pub.  Jan.  18,  1868) 
Olive  Ann  Plummcr,  daughter  of  John  A.  and  Margaret  (Ring)  Plummer  of 
Richmond,  Me.  She  was  bom  in  Richmond,  Feb.  — ,  1841,  and  died  in  West 
Gardiner,  Me.,  March  11,  1872.  He  married  (2d),  at  Gardiner,  Nov.  21, 
1874,  Mrs.  Mary  Maria  (Lunt)  Jewett  (see  4120). 

Cldldrcn  hy  "first  xvife: 

6567  Milton  Plummer,  born  Jan.  12,  1869;  died  April  7,  1872. 

6568  A  daughter,  bom ;  died  in  infancy. 

Child  by  second  wife: 

6569  Blanche  Geraldine,  bom  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  Aug.  28,  1878 ;  married 

there  Nov.  26,  1901,  Harold  Ray  Greenlaw  of  Gardiner,  who  was 
bom  in  Calais,  Me.  One  child,  Hazel  May,  bom  in  Gardiner,  May 
28,  1905. 

4231  DR.  THEODORE  HARMON  JEWETT  (Theodore  F."*',  Dear- 
born"^°,  Benjamin"*",  Benjamin'*",  Jonathan"',  Joseph",  Maximilian",  Ed- 
ward'), was  bom  in  Portsmouth,  N.  H.,  March  24,  1815,  He  married  in 
Exeter,  N.  H.,  March  17,  1842,  Caroline  Frances  Perry,  daughter  of  Dr. 
William  and  Abigail  (Gilman)  Perry.  Dr.  Jewett  graduated  from  Bow- 
doin  College  in  1834  and  from  the  Jefferson  Medical  College  in  1840;  he 
followed  his  profession  for  many  years  in  South  Berwick,  ^le. ;  also  held  the 
position  of  Professor  of  Obstetrics  and  Diseases  of  Women  and  Children  in 
the  Medical  Department  of  Bowdoin,  and  was  consulting  surgeon  to  the 
Maine  General  Hospital.  From  1861  to  1865  he  was  Surgeon  of  the  First 
Maine  District;  was  for  several  years  president  of  the  Maine  Medical  So- 
ciety, and  his  contributions  to  the  medical  literature  of  his  time  were  numerous 
and  notable.  Dr.  Jewett  was  also  a  member  of  the  Maine  Historical  Society. 
He  died  in  1878. 

Children: 

6570  Mary  Rice,  bom  in  Exeter,  N.  H.,  June  18,  1847. 


648  Jewett  Genealogy 

6571  Sarah  Ome,  born  in  South  Berwick,  Me.,  Sept.  3,  1849.  She  was 
educated  under  private  tutors  and  in  the  Berwick  Academy.  She 
began  to  write  when  quite  young  and  has  published  the  following 
books:  "Deephaven"  in  1877,  "Play  Days"  in  1877,  "Old 
Friends  and  New  "  in  1880,  "  Country  Byways  "  in  1881,  "  The 
Mate  of  the  Daylight  "  in  1883,  "  A  Country  Doctor  "  in  1884, 
"  A  Marsh  Island  "  in  1885,  "  A  White  Heron  and  Other  Stories  " 
in  1886,  "  Betsey  Leicester  "  and  "  The  Story  of  the  Normans  " 
in  1887,  "  Tales  of  New  England  "  in  1888,  "  The  King  of  Folly 
Island  and  Other  People  "  in  1889,  and  "  Strangers  and  Way- 
farers "  in  1890.  Several  of  these  stories  have  been  republished  in 
France  and  England.  Her  stories  are  distinguished  for  their  vivid 
coloring  and  their  close  and  accurate  delineation  of  various  phases 
of  New  England  hfe.  Of  her  it  has  been  said  by  the  Nation: 
"  Her  instinctive  refinement,  her  graceful  workmanship,  place  her 
second  only  to  Miss  Thackeray."  Miss  Jewett  has  more  distinctly 
a  style  than  any  other  American  woman. 

A  writer  for  the  Boston  Journal  says  of  her:  "I  consider 
Miss  Jewett  the  most  interesting  woman  In  Boston  to-day.  I  do 
not  think  we  have  any  other  quite  her  equal. 

"  No  more  interesting  thing  can  happen  to  an  ordinary  mortal 
than  to  be  allowed  to  see  her  in  an  Informal  way,  at  the  house  of 
her  most  intimate  friend,  Mrs.  James  T.  Fields,  on  Charles  Street, 
to  talk  with  her  before  the  glowing  grate  fire.  In  the  quaint  recep- 
tion-room, filled  with  rare  curios,  so  that  it  even  smells  foreign ;  or 
mayhap,  if  the  fates  are  very  propitious,  to  be  invited  to  lunch  in 
the  fine  old  dining-room  overlooking  the  Charles  River,  and  waited 
on  graciously  by  Miss  Jewett  and  Mrs.  Fields  themselves.  If  an 
ordinary  mortal  wants  anything  more  interesting  than  this  to  hap- 
pen her,  let  her  be  set  down  as  a  discontented,  exacting  prig. 

"Miss  Jewett  is  a  woman  of  most  charming  personality.  She 
has  a  bright,  piquant  face,  that  lights  up  beautifully  as  she  talks, 
and  a  low,  pleasant  voice  that  gives  one  a  sense  like  quiet  at  night 
and  listening  to  the  rustling  of  aspen  leaves,  soothing  and  restful. 
Her  black  hair  shows  just  the  faintest  tinge  of  gray,  but  the  color 
in  her  cheek  and  the  sparkle  of  her  eye  tell  the  tale  of  youth  still. 

"  Miss  Jewett's  working  hours  are  in  the  afternoon,  and  when 
she  has  anything  In  hand  she  writes  from  about  one  until  five.  She 
writes,  on  an  average,  between  three  and  four  thousand  words  a 
day,  although  she  has  sometimes  gone  as  high  as  seven,  eight,  and 
even  nine  thousand  words  a  day.  She  usually  thinks  out  her  stories 
quite  carefully  beforehand,  so  that  when  she  comes  to  write  them 
she  can  do  so  easily  and  without  much  re-writing,  although,  of 
course,  some  of  her  stories  she  works  at  quite  laboriously. 

"  There  are  stories  that  you  write,"  she  says,  "  and  stories  that 


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write  you.  And  I  find  that  the  ones  that  '  write  you  '  do  not  need 
much  working  over  the  second  time. 

"  She  loves  her  country  life  with  a  true  devotion  that  only 
a  genuine  nature  worshiper  can  appreciate.  I  never  feel  prouder 
or  more  of  the  sense  of  owning  and  being  owned,  than  when  some 
old  resident  near  Berwick  meets  me  and  says,  '  You're  one  of  the 
Doctor's  girls,  ain't  ye.'* '  It  makes  me  feel  as  though  that  were 
really  my  place  in  the  world. 

"  Miss  Jewett  was  born  in  a  fine  old  colonial  residence  that  was 
built  in  T7-iO.  It  is  situated  in  the  village  of  Berwick,  Maine, 
not  far  from  Portsmouth,  and  this  mansion  is  still  her  home.  Her 
father, '  The  Country  Doctor,'  died  some  years  since,  and  her  mother 
within  the  last  few  months.  One  sister  and  she  still  continue  to 
occupy  the  old  homestead  during  most  of  each  year.  A  married 
sister  lives  close  by.  Miss  Jewett  has  always  lived  an  outdoor  life. 
She  rides,  drives,  and  rows  a  great  deal.  When  her  father  was 
living  she  went  about  with  him  a  great  deal,  and  that  was  the  way 
in  which,  without  realizing  what  the  experience  was  worth  to  her, 
she  got  her  marvelous  insight  into  the  life  of  country  people  of  a 
quarter  of  a  century  ago.  Before  Miss  Jewett's  day  no  writer 
could  exactly  depict  the  phases  of  country  life  which  she  treats 
without  making  a  burlesque  of  the  attempt.  It  has  taken  Miss 
Jewett  to  show  the  world  that  the  country  dialect  and  country 
habits  hide  some  of  the  noblest  hearts  and  kindest  words  in  the 
world. 

"  '  When  I  was,  perhaps,  fifteen,'  says  she,  '  the  first  "  city 
boarders  "  began  to  make  their  appearance  near  Berwick ;  and  the 
way  they  misconstrued  the  country  people  and  made  game  of  their 
peculiarities  fired  me  with  indignation.  I  determined  to  teach  the 
world  that  country  people  were  not  the  awkward,  ignorant  set 
those  persons  seemed  to  think.  I  wanted  the  world  to  know  their 
grand,  simple  lives ;  and  so  far  as  I  had  a  mission,  when  I  first  began 
to  write,  I  think  that  was  it.  But  now,  when  every  village  has  its 
city  visitors  In  the  summer  and  the  relations  between  the  city  and 
country  are  so  much  closer  than  they  used  to  be,  there  is  no  need 
of  my  mission.' 

"  Her  first  story  for  the  Atlantic  was  accepted  before  she 
was  twenty.  She  had  no  literary  friends  '  at  court,'  and  it  was 
her  own  inimitable  work  which  won  her  the  success  which  has  been 
so  marked.  She  was  always  a  delicate  child  and  could  not  endure 
confinement  of  a  schoolroom.  Her  education  was,  for  the  most 
part,  got  at  home  under  the  wise  direction  of  her  father.  Miss 
Jewett  says  she  misses  a  certain  logical  directness  that  comes  only 
with  trainincT  at  jjood  schools;  l)nt  she  would  not  have  missed  the 
outdoor  life  and  association  with  her  father  for  anvthing.      Prob- 


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ably  her  own  success  as  a  writer  was  foreshadowed  in  her  father's 
advice,  constantly  repeated,  '  Don't  try  to  write  about  people  and 
things;  tell  them  just  as  they  are' — a  thing  she  has  certainly 
done." 

Miss  Jewett  resides  in  South  Berwick,  Me,,  unm. 

6572  Caroline  Augusta,  born  in  South  Berwick,  Me.,  Dec.  13,  1855 ;  mar- 

ried Oct.  21,  1878,  Edwin  C.  Eastman.  They  reside  in  South 
Berwick.  One  child,  Theodore  Jewett,  born  Aug.  4,  1879,  grad- 
uated from  Harvard  College  with  degree  of  A.  B.  in  1901. 

4135  MARY  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (Thomas"",  Dearborn"", 
Benjamin*^%  Benjamin'^%  Jonathan^%  Joseph",  Maximihan%  Edward^),  was 
bom  in  South  Berwick,  Me.,  Oct.  20,  1817.  She  was  educated  at  the  Ber- 
wick Academy  and  the  Ipswich,  Mass.,  Female  Seminary ;  married  Nov.  24, 
1840,  John  B.  Nealley,  who  was  a  lawyer  and  farmer.  They  resided  in 
South  Berwick,  where  all  of  their  children  were  bom. 

Children : 

6573  Helen,  born  ;  died  young. 

6574  Elizabeth  Lord,  bora  ;  died  young. 

6575  Fred  Thomas,  born  in  1855 ;  married  Estelle  Mitchell  of  Dover,  N.  H. 

He  died  about  1892,  leaving  one  child,  Helen,  bora  in  South  Ber- 
wick, May  — ,  1883. 

4140  DR.  CHARLES  COGSWELL  JEWETT  (Thomas"'",  Dear- 
born"", Benjamin*",  Benjamin'"",  Jonathan'^  Joseph",  Maximihan^  Ed- 
ward'), was  bora  in  South  Berwick,  Me.,  Jan.  3,  1831.  He  married  in 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  in  1863,  Annie  Freeland,  who  was  bora  in  Brooklyn  in  1841, 
daughter  of  James  and  Caroline  (Bowman)  Freeland.  Dr.  Jewett  graduated 
from  Dartmouth  College  and  was  appointed  Aug.  1,  1861,  surgeon  of  the 
Sixteenth  Mass.  Regt.,  and  served  during  the  Civil  War.  He  was  in  com- 
mand of  the  Hospital  at  Hampton  Roads  and  performed  the  first  successful 
amputation  at  the  hip  joint  during  the  war.  After  the  war  he  settled  in 
Holliston,  Mass.,  and  removed  to  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  where  he  was  a  member 
of  the  Brooklyn  Board  of  Health,  having  charge  of  the  Diet  Dispensary. 
Was  also  chief  medical  examiner  of  the  Home  Life  Insurance  Co.  of  N.  Y. 
Dr.  Jewett  was  an  accomplished  gentleman  of  the  old  school.  He  died 
April  — ,  1884.     His  wife  died  in  1871. 

Child: 

6576  Freeland,  born  in  Holliston,  Mass.,  May  28,  1865 ;  married  in  1884, 

at  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  Maggie  Kelland  of  Brooklyn,  daughter  of 
Philip  and  Margaret  (Major)  Kelland.  Mr.  Jewett  is  the  pro- 
prietor of  the  New  England  Pipe  and  Cement  Co.,  of  Boston. 
Residence,  Brooklinc,  Mass.  One  child,  Arthur,  born  in  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y.,  Oct.  13,  1886. 


Ninth  Generation  651 

4141  COLONEL  HORACE  JEWETT  (T}iomas'='*\  Dearborn"='% 
Benjamin*^*,  Benjamin^*",  Jonathan''^,  Joseph*',  Maximilian^,  Edward*),  was 
born  in  South  Berwick,  Me.,  March  81,  1834.  He  married  in  1866  Harriet 
Tingley  of  Germantown,  Pa.,  daughter  of  Clem  and  Harriet  (Tingley) 
Miller.  Col.  Jewctt  was  appointed  May  14,  1861,  1st  Lieut,  of  the  Fifteenth 
Inft.,  Brevet  Captain  Dec.  31,  1862,  for  gallant  and  meritorious  conduct  in 
the  battle  of  Shiloh  and  Murfreesboro,  Tenn. ;  became  Captain  of  the  Fif- 
teenth Inft.  Dec.  31,  1862;  Brevet  Major  Sept.  1,  1864,  for  gallant  and  meri- 
torious service  during  the  Atlanta  campaign  and  in  the  battle  of  Jonesboro, 
Ga.  Aug.  1,  1886,  he  became  Lieut.  Col.  of  the  Third  Inft.,  U.  S.  A.  At 
the  time  of  his  death,  April  30,  1897,  he  was  in  command  of  the  troops  sta- 
tioned at  Plattsburg  barracks,  N.  Y. 

Children: 

6577  Elizabeth  Lord,  born  ;  married  Captain  Charles  Wilmont  Ken- 

ned}' of  the  TJ.  S.  A. 

6578  Harriet  Tingley,  born  ;  married  Captain  Peter  Murra}-  of  the 

U.  S.  A.     One  child,  Harriet  Jewett,  born  Feb.  — ,  1897.' 

4143  HON.  ELISHA  HANSON  JEWETT  (Benjamin"",  Dear- 
bom*^^^  Benjamin*^*,  Benjamin**",  Jonathan''%  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Ed- 
ward*), was  born  in  Sandwich,  N.  H.,  IMarch  10,  1816.  He  married  in  South 
Berwick,  Me.,  Dec.  11,  1844,  Sarah  Orne  Jewett  (see  4136).  She  died  in 
1864  and  he  married  (2d)  in  1866  Charlotte  Tilton  Cross  of  Portsmouth, 
N.  H.  Mr.  Jewett  settled  in  South  Berwick,  where  he  became  engaged  in 
business  with  his  uncle,  Thomas  Jewett.  He  later  became  a  contractor  and 
was  engaged  in  building  railroads,  and  contracting  for  lumber  for  the  L^nited 
States  Government.  He  was  a  man  of  prominence  and  held  many  positions 
of  trust  and  honor ;  was  a  director  of  the  First  National  Bank  of  South  Ber- 
>\ick ;  was  twice  elected  to  the  State  Senate  and  was  a  delegate-at-large 
to  the  Republican  Convention  which  nominated  James  A.  Garfield.  IVIr. 
Jewett  was  a  staunch  member  of  the  Congregational  Church  ;  a  man  of  large 
heart,  broad  sympathies,  and  much  loved.  He  died  in  South  Berwick  Aug. 
8.  1883.     His  widow  died  June  14,  1903,  aged  84  years. 

Children,  horn  in  South  Berwick,  Me.,  all  by  first  xcife: 

6579  John  Woodman,  bom  Oct.  11,  1846;  died  Oct.  15,  1846. 

6580  A  son,  born  Sept.  3,  1848;  died  Sept.  16,  1848. 

6581  John  Woodman,  bom  May  9.  1855  ;  married  Mary  Elizabeth  Yeaton.* 

6582  Susan  Jameson,  bom  Oct.  7.  1857 :  resides  in  Portsmouth,  N.  H..  unm. 

6583  Sarah  Ome,  bom  June  7,  1864;  died  April  21,  1865. 

4146  ARNO  WISWELL  JEWET'J^  (Nathan"".  Jotham*'",  Benja- 
min*^", Benjamin**",  Jonathan"'',  Joseph**,  Maximilian^,  Edward'),  was  born 


652  Jewett  Genealogy 

in  Aurora,  Me.,  June  23,  1840.    He  married  Adaline  Gregg.    She  died  and  he 
married  a  second  wife,  and  died  in  Minneapolis,  Minn. 

Child  by  first  xvife: 

6584  Alma  S.,  bom  in  Amherst,  Me.,  ;  married  William  Johnson  and 

resides  in  Amherst. 

Children  by  second  wife,  born  in  Min/neapolis,  Mirm. : 

6585  Ira  F.,  bom  Feb.  11,  1874. 

6586  Arno  Wiswell,  born  Aug.  26,  1876. 

6587  Leon  N.,  born  Feb.  4,  1879. 

4153  REV.  SAMUEL  APPLETON  WOODBURY  JEWETT,  D.  D. 

(SamueF'«%  Epes"'«,  Dummer"%  Jedediah"%  Jonathan'%  Joseph",  Maxi- 
milian%  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Newburyport,  Mass.,  April  28,  1826.  He 
married  in  Dundee,  111.,  in  1851,  Mary  Ellen  Bridgeman,  who  was  bom  in 
Bainbridge,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  11,  1826,  and  died  in  St.  Paul,  Minn.,  Feb.  17,  1902. 
Mr.  Jewett  completed  his  schooldays  at  Mt.  Morris  Seminary  on  Rock  River, 
111.,  about  1845,  having  previously  taught  school,  beginning  when  16  years 
of  age.  He  joined  the  Rock  River  Conference  of  the  M.  E.  Church  and 
rapidly  rose  to  distinction,  holding  some  of  the  best  charges  and  frequently 
lepresenting  his  Conference  in  the  General  Conference.  He  received  the  title 
of  Doctor  of  Divinity  and  as  a  pastor  was  universally  liked.  He  was  an  ear- 
nest thinker  and  reached  a  high  standard  as  a  pulpit  orator.  He  died  in 
Joliet,  111.,  Sept.  — ,  1881. 

Children : 

6588  Sophronia   Adell,   born   in   Dundee,   111.,   Dec.    4,   1852;   married   in 

Blunt,  S.  D.,  Sept.  16,  1885,  George  S.  Maxwell.  They  reside  in 
St.  Paul,  Minn.  Two  children,  viz.,  Ella  Augusta,  bom  in  Blunt, 
S.  D.,  Aug.  31,  1887;  and  Flossie  Adell,  bom  in  Blunt,  Jan.  26, 
1889. 

6589  Frank,   bora    in    Ottawa,    111.,    Sept.    18,    1859;   married    Hettie   P. 

Murray.* 

6590  Howard  Mitchell,  born  in  Wilmington,  111.,  Aug.  9,  1862;  married 

Ellen  Nora  Drake.* 

6591  Samuel  Green,  born  April  — ,  1865 ;  resides  in  Chicago,  111. 

4155  JOHN  ATHERTON  JEWETT  (Samuel"«^  Epes"^%  Dum- 
mer*^°,  Jedediah"\  Jonathan*^  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Fairmount,  Me.,  Oct.  23,  1830.  He  married  in  Wilmington,  111.,  Susan 
Redman,  who  was  bom  in  Easton,  Pa.,  Dec.  16,  1834,  daughter  of  David 
Moses  and  Sally  Ann  (Yetter)  Redman.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  broom  maker  and 
resides  in  St.  Joseph,  Mo.     Mrs.  Jewett  died  May  30,  1897. 

Children: 

6592  James  Nelson,  born  in  Kankakee,  111.,  Aug.  1,  1867;  married  Emma 

J.  Islaub.* 


Ninth  Generation  653 

6593  Anna  Martha,  born  in  Fairburg,  111.,  Oct.  3,  1868;  married  in  St. 

Joseph,  Mo.,  Jan.  1,  1902,  Joseph  Horning.  They  reside  in 
Siianibaugh,  Iowa.  One  child,  Miriam  Jewett,  born  in  Shambaugh, 
April  5,   1904. 

4156  REV.  ASHBURY  COKE  JEWETT  (Samuel-'''%  Epes"=",  Dum- 
nier^*°,  Jedcdiah'*\  Jonathan''^  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Bucksport,  Me.,  April  18,  1835;^.  He  married  at  Jackson's  Grove,  111., 
Jan.  1,  1857,  Mar}-  Jane  Boylan.  She  died  and  he  married  a  second  wife, 
who  died  in  1906.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  minister  of  the  Free  Methodist  Church 
in  Kansas.  He  died  in  Oklahoma,  March  30,  1897,  leaving  several  children, 
one  of  whom  was : 

6594  Newton,  born  ;  married  .     He  resides  in  Tulsa,  Ind.  Ter., 

and  has  three  children,  viz..  Clay,  Memie,  and  Siestad. 

4158  HON.  WILLIAM  ORRINGTON  LUNT  JEWETT  (Samuel"", 
Epes"^%  Dummer'«^  Jedediah"%  Jonathan''^  Joseph",  Maxlmilian%  Ed- 
ward^), was  born  in  Bowdoinham,  Me.,  Dec.  27,  1836.  He  married  June  3, 
1869,  Sarah  Ellen  Cox,  who  was  bom  in  Hunnewell,  Mo.,  Oct.  5,  1851,  daugh- 
ter of  John  Valentine  and  Martha  (Howell)  Cox.  When  a  boy  Mr.  Jewett 
removed  with  his  parents  to  southern  Indiana,  and  afterwards  to  Will  Co., 
111.,  where  he  grew  to  maturity  on  a  farm.  Being  of  a  studious  nature  and 
books  being  few,  he  read  everything  he  could  find ;  he  studied  Latin  at  night 
and  read  history  at  the  rest  time  during  the  day,  while  keeping  up  with  the 
others  in  the  field  work.  His  school  training  was  in  the  county  schools,  at  Lee 
Center  Academy,  the  Plainfield  and  Ottawa  high  schools  and  Aurora  Insti- 
tute. In  1861  he  enhstcd  in  Co.  E,  Thirty-ninth  111.  Inft.,  and  served  until 
January.  1863,  when  he  was  discharged  for  injury  to  his  right  leg.  Re- 
turning to  Will  County,  he  taught  school  and  entered  the  law  office  of 
G.  D.  A.  Parks  of  Joliet,  111.,  where  he  remained  until  1864,  when  he  again 
enlisted,  this  time  in  Battery  C,  First  111.  Light  Artillery,  and  marched  with 
Sherman  from  Savannah,  Ga.,  through  the  Carolinas  and  took  part  in  the 
"  grand  review  "  in  Washington  in  May,  1865.  On  the  way  from  New  York 
to  Savannah,  the  transport  on  which  he,  Gen.  John  A.  Logan,  and  many  other 
soldiers  were  being  conveyed  South,  was  chased  and  fired  upon  by  the  pri- 
vateer "  Tallehasse."  He  was  discharged  at  Springfield,  111.,  June,  1865, 
and  returning  home  soon  entered  the  law  school  at  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  and  in 
the  spring  of  1866  was  admitted  to  the  bar  in  ^Michigan  and  by  the  Supreme 
Court  of  Illinois.  He  resided  in  Mt.  Sterling,  111.,  until  the  spring  of  1867, 
when  he  removed  to  ^lissouri,  where  he  taught  school  in  Hunnewell  and  the 
surrounding  country.  In  1867  he  opened  a  law  office  in  Shclbina,  Mo.,  having 
as  a  partner  for  a  short  time  TI.  Paine  Higgins,  and  afterwards,  until  1871, 
Charles  M.  King. 

In  1881  Mr.  Jewett  became  interested  in  the  Shelbina  Dcviocrat,  a  weeklv 


654  Jewett  Genealogy 

paper,  of  which  he  is  now  the  sole  owner  and  chief  editor;  his  daughter  Mar- 
tha being  local  editor.  In  1876  he  was  elected  prosecuting  attorney  of  Shelby 
county  and  was  re-elected  two  years  later ;  was  elected  Representative  to  the 
Legislature  in  1886  and  again  in  1888.  Mr.  Jewett  has  been  president  of  the 
Missouri  Press  Association  and  for  six  years  chairman  of  the  Legislative 
Committee  of  the  National  Editorial  Associaton ;  has  been  Grand  Master  of 
the  Odd  Fellows  in  Missouri,  and  at  present  is  chairman  of  the  Board  of 
Visitors  of  the  State  University.  He  was  also  for  some  years  a  member  of 
the  State  Board  of  Geology  and  Mines.  A  sketch  of  Mr.  Jewett  in  "  The 
Bench  and  Bar  of  Missouri  "  says :  "  He  is  still  editor  and  has  made  it 
{The  Democrat)  one  of  the  most  independent  and  readable  country  papers 
in  the  State.  He  takes  an  enthusiastic  interest  in  bringing  the  newspaper 
fraternity  into  closer  touch  with  each  other,  and  always  takes  a  leading  and 
speaking  part  at  the  annual  convention  of  the  Press  associations."  Mr. 
Jewett  resides  in  Shelbina,  Mo.,  and  is  still  active  ad  vigorous,  although  70 
years  of  age. 

Children,  horn  in  Shelbma,  Mo. : 

6595  John  Cox,  born  Feb.  17,  1870;  married  Nov.  22,  1898,  Estelle  Major 

McCann,  daughter  of  J.  W.  and  Susan  (Major)  McCann.  They 
reside  in  Shelbina. 

6596  Orrington,  born  Aug.  14,  1871.     Resides  in  Shelbina,  unm. 

6597  Howell  Huckins,  bom  Aug.  2,  1873;  married  Oct.  18,  1897,  Ellen 

Ivy  Lair,  daughter  of  John  W.  and  Margaret  Permelia  (Wilson) 
Lair.  Mr.  Jewett  was  educated  in  the  State  University,  and  re- 
sides in  Shelbina. 

6598  Martha,  born  May  5,  1875.      She  is  a  graduate  of  the  Normal  Depart- 

ment of  the  State  University  of  Missouri,  and  is  local  editor  of  the 
Shelbina  Democrat. 

6599  Ernest  Woodbury,  born  July  3,  1878.      He  was  educated  in  the  State 

University  of  Missouri,  and  married  Sept.  — ,  1904,  Bess  Byrd 
Smith,  who  was  born  in  Shelbina,  daughter  of  Dr.  Jacob  D.  and 
Ida  (Myers)  Smith.  They  reside  in  Shelbina.  One  child,  Marian, 
bom  June  27,  1906. 

6600  Ida  Adele,  bom  Oct.  6,  1882.      She  is  a  graduate  of  the  State  Normal 

School  at  Kirksville,  Mo.,  and  resides  in  Shelbina.  unm. 

6601  William  Orrington  Lunt,  born  July  17,  1885 ;  graduated  from  the 

State  University  of  Missouri,  and  resides  in  Shelbina. 

4159  REV.  EPHRAIM  HARRIS  JEWETT  (Samuel"«%  Epes"'% 
Dummer*^°,  Jedediah"\  Jonathan®^,  Joseph^\  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was 
bom  in  Ripley  Co.,  Ind.,  Nov.  26,  1838.  He  married  in  Kaukakee,  111., 
Nov.  6,  1861,  Kate  Redman,  who  was  bom  in  Pike  Co.,  Pa.,  April  9,  1840, 
daughter  of  David  Moses  and  Sally  Ann  (Yetter)  Redman.  Mr.  Jewett  is 
a  minister  of  the  M.  E.  Church  South,  and  as  such  has  held  high  stations  in 
Missouri,  Kansas  and  Oklahoma.     They  reside  in  Hvdro,  Okla. 


Ninth  Generation  655 

Children : 

6602  David,  born  Jan.  V2,  1862;  died  in  Will  Co.,  III.,  aged  20  months. 

6603  George  Orrington,  bom  at  Keokuk  Falls,  Okla.,  Aug.  1,  1866;  mar- 

ried Emma  Ava-Nella  Jones.* 

6604  Sallie  S.,  born  in  Will  Co.,  III.,  June  23,  1867 ;  married  William  Al- 

bert Foster.* 

6605  Arthur  Woodbury,  born  in  Decatur,  Iowa,  Nov.   6,   1869 ;  married 

(1st)  Ella  E.  Smith;  (2d)  Laura  Margaret  Foster.* 

6606  Elmer  Cressy,  born  in  Smith  Co.,  Kan.,   Sept.   13,  1873.      He  was 

drowned  in  the  James  River,  near  Galena,  Mo.,  June  26,  1892. 

6607  Mella,  born  in  Phillips  Co.,  Kan.,  Feb.  14,  1878;  married  Albert  Ells- 

worth Newman.* 

6608  Enmia,  bom  in  Andrew  Co.,  Mo.,  May  23,  1878 ;  married  John  Henry 

Grafe.* 

6609  Mary,  bom  in  Andrew  Co.,  Mo.,  Oct.  23,  1879;  married  H.  Brown 

and  resides  in  Watonga,  Okla. 

4161  KATHERINE  FRANCES  HOSKINS  (Mary  G.-''"*,  Jesse"", 
Moses*",  Mark^",  Jonathan®^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Gardiner,  Me.,  Sept.  15,  1832.  She  married  there  in  1852  Charles  Carroll 
Evans,  who  was  bom  in  Portland,  Me.,  Sept.  — ,  1831.  Mr.  Evans  was  in 
the  iron  and  steel  business;  resided  in  Portland,  Boston,  Mass.,  and  later  in 
Chicago,  111.,  where  he  died  in  1892;  Mrs.  Evans  died  from  pneumonia  in 
Boston,  Sept.  — ,  1865. 

Children,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.: 

6610  Mary  Hoskins,  bom  July  12,  1855;  married  David  Henry  Darling.* 

6611  William  Carroll,  born  July  11,  1858 ;  married  June ]  1883,  Ger- 

trude Emerson.  They  reside  in  St.  Paul,  Minn.,  where  he  is  a 
printer.  Two  children,  Katherine,  bom  in  1886 ;  and  Doris,  bom 
in  1892. 

6612  Charles    Hoskins.   bom   July   21,    1863;   married    in    1889-90   Lena 

Thomas.     He  is  an  Episcopal  Missionary  in  Mayebashi,  Japan. 

4163  DELIA  GARDINER  JEWETT  (Thomas  G.'"°,  Jesse"", 
Moses*®^,  Mark^®*,  Jonathan""',  Joseph",  Maximilian'.  Edward^),  was  liorn  in 
Windsor,  Me.,  May  29,  1832.  She  married  in  Bridgewater,  Sept.  27,  1854, 
Edmund  Coffin  Perkins,  who  was  born  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  Jan.  8,  1830,  son 
of  Oliver  and  Sarah  Perkins.  He  was  a  traveling  salesman  for  the  Nashua 
Iron  and  Steel  Co.,  and  died  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  March  7,  1877.  Mrs.  Perkins 
resides  in  Dorchester,  Mass. 

Children,  horn  in  Boston,  Mass.: 

6613  Alfred  Howard,  born  July  3,  1859.     He  is  a  book-keeper  and  resides 

in  Dorchester,  Mass.,  unmarried. 


656  Jewett  Genealogy 

6614     Edmund  Blaisdel,  born  July  7,  1863;  married  Delia  F.  Deane.* 


4fl64  CHARLES  HOWARD  JEWETT  (Thomas  G.-''%  Jesse"", 
Moses"%  Mark^^S  Jonathan*^  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Windsor,  Me.,  Sept,  2,  1834.  He  married  in  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  Sept. 
30,  1856,  Harriet  Mitchell  Keith,  who  was  born  in  Bridgewater,  Sept.  10, 
1836,  daughter  of  Philo  and  Caroline  (Mitchell)  Keith.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a 
merchant  and  settled  in  Bridgewater.  He  later  removed  to  Lakeville,  Mass., 
and  from  there  to  Dorchester,  Mass.,  where  he  died  May  1,  1906. 

Children,  born  in  Bridgewater,  Mass.: 

6615  Thomas  Green,  born  June  25,  1857;  married  Sarah  Cecilia  Ryan.* 

6616  Caroline  Mitchell,  born  Aug.  9,  1859;  married  in  Lakeville,  Mass., 

Feb.  1,  1894,  John  Corey  Rhodes,  who  was  born  in  Franklin, 
Mass.,  Oct.  10,  1831.  He  is  a  retired  manufacturer.  Residence, 
New  Bedford,  Mass. 

4165  CAPT.  JESSE  GREEN  JEWETT  (Thomas  Gr^'^  Jesse"", 
Moses"%  Mark''*,  Jonathan'^^  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Gardiner,  Me.,  Oct.  9,  1840.  He  married  in  New  Orleans,  La.,  June  7,  1866, 
Mary  America  Wood,  daughter  of  Alonzo  Hamilton  and  Rhoda  Sarah 
(Swain)  Wood.  During  the  Civil  War  he  enhsted  as  a  private,  Aug.  4th, 
1862,  and  was  mustered  Into  service  Aug.  22,  1862,  In  Co.  F,  39th  Mass.  Vols. 
He  served  in  the  Army  of  the  Potomac  and  In  Feb.,  1863,  was  ordered  to 
Washington,  where  he  did  patrol  duty.  He  was  promoted  to  Corporal  and 
on  July  3,  1863,  he,  with  his  regiment,  was  ordered  to  Gettysburg  to  rein- 
force the  Army  of  the  Potomac.  After  the  battle  they  followed  Lee's  re- 
treating Army  back  to  the  Rapldan  River,  where  they  had  another  engage- 
ment, and  they  remained  until  the  last  of  November,  1863,  when  he  was 
ordered  to  New  Orleans,  and  on  Dec.  5,  1863,  was  discharged  for  promotion 
and  was  commissioned  2d  Lieut.,  In  the  5th  Inft.  Corp  De  Afarlque,  after- 
wards called  the  77th  Inft.,  U.  S.  Colored,  and  was  ordered  to  Fort  St. 
Phillip,  75  miles  below  New  Orleans,  on  the  Mississippi  River.  Here  he  was 
appointed  Boarding  Officer,  his  duty  being  to  board  every  vessel  going  In 
or  out  of  the  river  and  to  examine  their  papers  and  to  see  that  they  had  no 
contraband  goods  on  board.  While  at  this  fort  his  regiment  was  consoli- 
dated with  the  10th  U.  S.  Colored  Heavy  Artillery,  and  on  Feb.  18,  1864, 
he  was  promoted  to  1st.  Lieut.  After  this  he  was  detailed  on  Brig.  Gen. 
Hamlin's  Staff  as  Aid  de  Camp  at  New  Orleans  and  later  filled  the  same 
office  on  the  Staff  of  Major  Gen.  E.  S.  Canby,  Major  Gen.  W.  P.  Banks, 
Major  Gen.  A.  S.  Hurlburt,  Gen.  Phil  Sheridan  and  Brig.  Gen.  W.  T.  Sher- 
man. He  was  then  ordered.  In  command  of  his  company,  to  Ship  Island, 
where  he  was  appointed  Post  Adjutant,  and  remained  there  until  he  was 
honorably  discharged,  Jan.  14,  1866,  with  the  rank  of  Captain. 

After  the  war  Mr.  Jewett  settled  in  New  Orleans,  but  soon  removed  to 


Ninth  Generation  657 

Boston,  Mass.  He  is  in  the  Treasurers  Office  of  the  N.  Y.,  N.  H.  and  H. 
R.  R.,  and  resides  in  Dorchester,  Mass.,  where  he  is  Treasurer  of  the  Dor- 
chester New  Church  Society. 

Children: 

6617  Mary  Howard,  born   in   Bridgewater,  Mass.,  May  3,  1867;  married 

George  Herman  French.* 

6618  An  infant,  horn  Aug.  29,  1869 ;  died  the  same  day. 

6619  Harrison   Wood,   born    in    North   Rochester,   Mass.,   Sept.   3,    1870; 

married  Hattie  Hatch  Tent.* 

4168  JANE  COOPER  JEWETT  (Thomas  G.'""",  Jesse'"%  Moses'", 
Mark^®*,  Jonathan"'^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Gardiner, 
Me.,  May  29,  1819.  She  married  in  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  March  19,  1868, 
Charles  Taylor  Pratt,  who  was  born  in  Worcester,  Mass.,  Dec.  26,  184)4<, 
son  of  Charles  B.  and  Lucy  Ann  (Brewer)  Pratt.  They  reside  in  Worcester, 
where  he  is  a  journalist. 

Child: 

6620  Lucy  Adelaide,  born  in  Worcester,  Mass.,  May  3,  1869;  married  Rev. 

Charles  Lancaster  Short.* 

4169  WILLL\M  HOWARD  JEWETT  (Thomas  G.-^^\  Jesse"", 
]\Ioses*",  Mark^®*,  Jonathan®^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Bridgewater,  Mass.,  Aug.  12,  1852.  He  married  Aug.  7,  1883,  Harriet  Ann 
Packard,  who  died  without  issue.  He  married  second,  July  12,  1894,  Ida 
Renni.  Mr.  Jewett  resides  in  Dorchester,  Mass.,  where  he  is  Station  Agent 
for  the  N.  Y.,  N.  H.    and  H.  R.  R. 

Child: 

6621  Mildred  Cushman,  bom  in  Dorchester,  Mass.,  Sept.  24,  1895;  died 

there  in  1900. 

4170  HARRIET  MOORE  FRANCIS  (Catherine  R.=="°,  Jesse"«% 
Moses^®^,  Mark^®*,  Jonathan®^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
in  New  York  City  Aug.  18,  1841.  She  married  there  April  28,  1865,  John 
Rogers,  who  was  born  in  Salem,  Mass.,  Oct.  30,  1829,  son  of  John  and  Sarah 
Ellen  (Derby)  Rogers.  Mr.  Rogers  was  a  noted  sculptor  and  carved  the 
celebrated  "  Rogers  group  of  statuary."  He  died  in  1906.  Mrs.  Rogers 
resides  in  New  Canaan,  Conn. 

Children: 

6622  John,  bom   in   New  York  City,  Feb.   19,   1866;   married  Elizabeth 

Selden  White.* 

6623  Katherine  Rebecca,  bom  in  New  York  City,  Jan.  29,  1868;  resides  in 

New  Canaan,  Conn.,  unmarried. 

6624  Charles  Francis,  bom  in  New  York  City.  PVb.  20,  1870 ;  resides  there, 

unmarried. 


658  Jewett  Genealogy 

6626     Derby,  bom  in  New  York  City,  Dec.  15,  1872  ;  resides  in  New  Canaan, 
Conn.,   unmarried. 

6626  Alexander  Parker,  born  in  New  Canaan,  Conn.,  May  25,  1874.     He 

is  a  Mining  Engineer  and  resides  in  New  Canaan. 

6627  David  Francis,  bom  in  New  York  City,  April  4,  1876;  resides  there, 

unmarried. 

6628  Laura  Derby,  born  in  New  Canaan,  Conn.,  Aug.   4,  1879;  died  in 

New  York  City,  Nov.  1,  1897. 


497 


4173  ELLEN   MARIA  PERRY    (Betsey-"S  Mehitable"'%  Moses 
Mark''*,  Jonathan*'',  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born  in  Monu- 
ment, Mass.,  Nov.  10,  1824.     She  married  June  ,  1844,  Dr.  Benjamin 

Hubbard,  who  was  bom  Nov.  25,  1817,  son  of  Benjamin  and  Martha 
(Walker)  Hubbard.  She  died  in  Plymouth,  Mass.,  March  5,  1902.  Dr. 
Hubbard  resides  in  Plymouth. 

Children: 

6629  Geraldine  Evelyn,  born  Oct.  16,  1846;  resides  in  Plymouth,  Mass., 

unmarried. 

6630  Lyndon,  bora  May  25,  1850 ;  married  Ella  Churchill,  and  resides  in 

Plymouth,  Mass. 

6631  Nellie  Howard,  bom  April  18,  1863 ;  married  a  Mr.  Kelley,  and  re- 

sides in  Plymouth,  Mass. 

4174  HOWARD  CORLISS  (John-'",  Mehitable"*'%  Moses*",  Mark''*, 
Jonathan^',  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born  in  Woolwich,  Me., 
Aug.  12,  1833.  He  married  there  March  21,  1854,  Abigail  H.  Nason,  who 
was  born  Feb.  19,  1834,  daughter  of  John  and  Mary  (Bailey)  Nason.  They 
reside  in  Woolwich,  where  Mr.  Corliss  died  May  3,  1898. 

Children,  born  in  Woolmch,  Me.: 

6632  Abby  Diantha,  bom   Sept.   12,   1854;  married  Fred  W.   Craig   of 

Farmington,  Me.     They  reside  in  Des  Moines,  Iowa. 

6633  Lewis  Henry,  bom  Sept.  13,  1855;  married  Minnie  F.  Crabtree  of 

Topsfield,  Me.     Residence,  Bridgton,  Me. 

6634  Charles  Howard,  born  March  21,  I860;  married  Violetta  Lord   of 

Shapleigh,  Me.     Residence,  Somerville,  Mass. 

6635  Willard   Homer,   bom   May    10,   1863;   married   Isabelle   Brown    of 

Bowdoinham,  Me.     Residence,  Lynn,  Mass. 

6636  Mary  Ardeha,  born  April  10,  1866;  married  in  Lynn,  Mass.,  June 

26,  1901,  William  Henry  Sleeper  of  Auburn,  Me.,  who  was  born 
in  Lewiston,  Me.,  in  1860,  son  of  Nathaniel  Henry  and  Katherine 
Dyer  (Goss)  Sleeper.  They  reside  in  Lisbon,  Me.,  where  he  is  a 
farmer  and  shoemaker, 

6637  Hattie  Florence,  bom  Nov.  3,  1870 ;  married  James  Frank  Whittum  * 


Ninth  Generation  659 

4175  HOMER  FOSTER  CORLISS  (John-"%  Mehitable"«»,  Moses"*, 
Mark^**,  Jonathan"^,  Joseph^^  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  born  in  Wool- 
wich, Me.,  April  21,  1836.  He  married  June  30,  1867,  Clara  Pamclia  Whit- 
tum  of  Woolwich.  She  was  born  in  Westport,  Me.,  Oct.  1,  1847,  and  died 
in  Woolwich,  Aug.  10,  1876.  He  married  second,  June  15,  1879,  Fannie 
Webb,  daughter  of  Ezckiel  and  Harriet  (Deering)  Webb.  She  was  born  in 
Woolwich,  Feb.  17,  1845,  and  died  in  Bath,  Me.,  Sept.  17,  1900.  Mr.  Cor- 
liss  resides   in   Bath. 

Children,  born  in  Woohcich,  Me.     By  frst  wife: 

6638  Stella  Foster,  born  March  27,  1868.     She  resides  in  Boston,  Mass., 

where  she  is  a  bookkeeper. 

6639  George  Everett,  born  Sept.  16,  1871 ;  married  Nov.  23,  1892,  Lizzie 

G.  Hagan  of  Bath,  Me.,  who  was  born  May  ,  1873,  daughter 

of  Thomas    Hagan.      They   reside    in   San   Francisco,   Cal.      One 
child,  Pearl  Hagan,  born  in  Bath,  Dec.  4,  1893. 

6640  Harry  Oscar,  born  July  5,  1875  ;  died  in  Woolwich,  Jan.  28,  1883. 

Children  by  second  wife: 

6641  Ella  May,  bom  Sept.  9,  1880 ;  died  Jan.  7,  1882. 

6642  Frank  Homer,  born  Feb.  1,  1883;  died  in  Bath,  Nov.  27,  1898. 

6643  Alice  Louise,  bom  June  26,  1884 ;  resides  in  Bath. 

6644  Harriet  Webb,  bom  April  30,  1887 ;  died  in  Bath,  Nov.  8,  1893. 

4176  FRED  PERRY  CORLISS  (John-"%  Mehitable"«%  Moses"% 
Mark^*%  Jonathan"^,  Joseph",  ^laxiniilian",  Edward^),  was  born  in  Wool- 
wich, Me.,  Dec.  14,  1854.  He  married  April  22,  1880,  Cora  Alberta  Jack, 
who  was  born  in  Bowdoin,  Me.,  April  6,  1858,  daughter  of  Albion  Jack. 

Children: 

6645  Albion  Leonard,  born  Aug.  5,  1882;  married  Oct.  12,  1904,  Alberteen 

Kennesson  of  Bath,  Me.,  daughter  of  Newman  Ferren  and  Adrianna 
Marilla  (Fogge)  Kennesson.     They  reside  in  Bath. 

6646  Charlotte  Baker,  bom  Dec.  7,  1885.' 

6647  Ellen  Leonard,  born  June  23,  1894. 

4180  MARY  PARKHURST  PERRY  (Mary  G."",  Mehitable'^", 
Moses*",  Mark^®*,  Jonathan®%  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
in  Baltimore,  Md.,  April  5,  1829.     She  married  Aug.  15,  1853,  Rev.  Daniel 

Worcester  Faunce,  D.  D.,  who  was  bom  in  Plymouth,  Mass.,  Jan.   , 

1829,  son  of  Peleg  and  Olive  (Finney)  Faunce.  She  died  in  Washington,  D. 
C,  May  7,  1888.  Mr.  Faunce  married  a  second  wife  and  resides  in  Provi- 
dence, R.  I. 

Children: 

6648  William  Herbert  Perry,  born   in  Worcester,  Mass.,  Jan.  15,  1859; 


660  Jewett  Genealogy 

married  June  18,  1884,  Sadie  R.  Edson  of  Lynn,  Mass.  Mr. 
Faunce  is  President  of  Brown  University  and  resides  in  Providence, 
R,  I.  One  child,  Perry  Edson,  born  in  New  York  City,  Nov.  25, 
1898. 
664-9  George  Parkhurst,  born  in  Maiden,  Mass.,  Feb.  16,  1861 ;  married 
Oct.  11,  1888,  Lucia  Deborah  Vamey,  who  was  bom  Jan.  4,  1867. 
They  reside  in  Lynn,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  member  of  the  firm 
of  Faunce  and  Spinney.  One  child,  Dorothy  Louise,  born  in  Lynn, 
April  6,  1891. 

6650  Albert   Bartlett,   born   in   Maiden,   Mass.,   Nov.    17,    1862;   married 

June  28,  1887,  Alma  G.  Luther.  They  reside  in  Chicago,  111. 
Two  children,  Daniel  Luther  and  Albert  Eugene,  both  of  whom 
died  young. 

6651  Eugene  Howard,  born  in  Maiden,  Mass.,  Sept.   1,  1864;  resides  in 

Lynn,  Mass.,  unmarried. 

6652  Fred  Worcester,  born  in  Maiden,  Mass.,  Feb.  1,  1866;  died  in  Lynn, 

Jan.  9,  1878. 

4181  SOPHRONIA  KIMBALL  PERRY  (Mary  G."'%  Mehitable"*'% 
Moses*®^  Mark"*,  Jonathan^%  Joseph'',  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
New  Bedford,  Mass.,  July  16,  1832.  She  married  May  1,  I860,  Rev.  Horace 
Grover  Hubbard,  who  was  born  in  Champion,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  17,  1829,  son  of 
Levi  and  Polly  Richmond  (Clark)  Hubbard.  He  died  in  Campton,  N.  H., 
Dec.  25,  1897.     Mrs,  Hubbard  resides  with  her  son  in  East  Washington, 

N.  H. 

Children: 

6653  Winfield  Grover,  bom  in  Bristol,  R.  I.,  Sept.  25,  1861 ;  married  Oct. 

14,  1896,  Rose  Robie,  who  was  born  in  Campton,  N.  H.,  April  18, 
1874,  daugliter  of  Archie  Robie.  Mr.  Hubbard  was  educated  in 
the  Kimball  Union  Academy,  in  Meriden,  N.  H. ;  the  Colgate  Uni- 
versity at  Hamilton,  N.  Y. ;  and  the  Albany,  N.  Y.,  Medical  Col- 
lege. They  reside  in  East  Washington,  N.  H.,  where  he  is  pastor 
of  the  Baptist  Church  of  that  place.  Two  children,  Dorothy, 
bom  in  Wilton,  N.  H.,  Nov.  25,  1897,  and  Margaret  Rodney,  bom 
in  Washington,  N.  H.,  June  12,  1906. 

6654  Horace  Richmond,  bora  in  Mcndcn  (Plainfield),  N.  H.,  Dec.  15,  1871  ; 

married  July  26,  1897,  Theodor  Estelle  Haseltine,  who  was  born 
March  1,  1867,  daughter  of  Minor  J.  and  Hannah  (Bryant)  Hasel- 
tine. Mr.  Hubbard  was  educated  in  the  Colby  Academy  at  New 
London,  N.  H.,  and  the  Theological  School  in  Meadville,  Pa.  They 
reside  in  Francestown,  N.  H.,  where  he  is  pastor  of  a  Unitarian 
Church.  One  child,  Paul  Richmond,  born  in  Thornton,  N.  H., 
Aug.  8,  1902;  died  in  Francestown,  Sept.  1,  1905. 

4186  ABBIE      REBECCA      CORLISS      (Charles"",     Mehitable'"*, 


Ninth  Generation  661 

Moses'",  Mark'*'\  Jonnthan"'',  Joseph's  Maximilian^  Edward*),  was  born  in 
Brighton,  Mass.,  Nov.  3,  1858.  She  married  in  Boston,  Mass.,  by  Rev.  James 
Reed,  June  30,  1878,  Dr.  Maurice  Worcester  Turner,  who  was  born  in 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  March  24,  1857,  son  of  Dr.  John  and  Emma  (Worcester) 
Turner  of  Brooklyn.  Dr.  Turner  is  a  Homeopathic  physician  and  resides 
in  Brookline,  Mass.,  where  he  follows  his  profession. 

Children: 

6655  Theodore,  born  in  Somerville,  Mass.,  Oct.  15,  1879;  died  there  Oct. 

15,  1879. 

6656  Beatrice  Constance,  born  in  Dorcester,  Mass.,  Nov.  2-1,  1883. 

4192  ADA  ADELIA  JEWETT  (Calvin  D.=  ''%  Haynes"",  Jamcs'^^^, 
Mark"*,  Jonathan*'%  Joseph^S  Maximilian^,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Lebanon, 
N.  H.,  April  11,  1849.  She  married  there  May  12,  1868,  by  Rev.  John 
McKinley,  George  Chellis  Perkins  (see  5453).  They  reside  in  Lebanon, 
where  Mr.  Perkins  is  a  clothing-cutter.  Mrs.  Perkins  is  a  member  of  Kim- 
ball Chapter  No.  38,  of  the  Order  of  the  Eastern  Star. 

Child: 

6657  Florence  Gertrude,  born   in  Lebanon,   N.   H.,  Oct.   31,   1877.      She 

graduated  from  Smith  College,  Northampton,  Mass.,  in  1900,  and 
is  a  teacher  of  Greek  and  Mathematics  in  the  Lebanon  High  School. 

4193  ELLEN  MARIA  JEWETT  (Calvin  D.--'«\  Haynes'^",  James'^S 
Mark"*,  Jonathan*'^  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Lebanon, 
N.  H.,  Jan.  2,  1851.  She  married  July  26,  1876,  WiUiam  Francis  Davis. 
They  resided  in  Lebanon,  where  she  died  Jan.  22,  1882. 

Children,  horn  in  Lebanon,  N.  H.: 

6658  Lon  Jewett,  bom  Aug.  29,  1880;  resides  in  Lebanon. 

6659  Alice  Maude,  born  Jan.  14,  1882;  resides  in  Lebanon. 


.507 


4197  EMILY  WILLIAMSON  (Martha"",  Daniel'"',  John' 
Moses'*",  Jonathan",  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Pitts- 
ton,  Me.,  Oct.  24,  1827.  She  married  there,  by  Samuel  Jewett,  J.  of  P., 
Jan.  15,  1867,  Ephraim  Forsyth,  who  was  born  in  Farmington,  Me.,  May 
8,  1811,  son  of  Alexander  and  Deborah  (Norton)  Forsyth.  Mr.  Forsyth 
was  a  merchant  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  and  died  some  years  ago;  buried  in  Maple 
Grove  Cemetery,  Randolph.  Me.     Mrs.  Forsyth  resides  in  Salem,  Mass. 

Children,  bom  in  Gardiner,  Me.: 
6660     Martha  W.,  born  May  18,  1869:  married  in  Cambridge,  Mass.,  May 
22,  1895,  Charles  M.  Durcii.  who  was  horn  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  April 


662  Jewett  Genealogy 

26,   1870,   son   of  Freeman   H.   and   Helen   J.    (Milliken)    Duren. 
They  reside  in  Salem,  Mass.,  where  Mr.  Duren  is  a  merchant. 
6661     Alexander,  born  Dec.  5,  1872 ;  married  Aug.  ,  1902,  Eva  Sar- 
gent.    Three  children,  viz.,  George  W.,  born  in  1903 ;  Robert  D., 
born  in  1904;  and  John  S.,  bom  in  1906. 

4200  HON.  STEPHEN  JEWETT  YOUNG  (Betsey=^"'%  Daniel"'*, 
John°'",  Moses^®^  Jonathan^^  Joseph",  Maximihan^  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Pittston  (now  Randolph),  Me.,  Nov.  11,  1839.  He  married  in  Bangor,  Me., 
Dec.  13,  1864,  Mary  Emerson,  who  was  born  in  Bangor,  Sept.  7,  1842, 
daughter  of  Albert  and  Martha   (Young)   Emerson. 

"  Mr.  Young  received  his  early  education  in  the  public  schools,  com- 
pleting his  preparation  for  Bowdoin  College  in  the  Gardiner,  Me.,  High 
School.  Although  one  of  the  youngest  members  of  his  class,  he  graduated 
at  its  head  in  1859.  He  continued  his  studies  at  the  University  of  Berlin 
and  in  other  Continental  cities.  On  his  return  to  this  country  in  1862,  he 
became  instructor  in  modern  languages  in  his  Alma  INIater  and  two  years  later 
was  placed  at  the  head  of  this  department,  a  position  he  filled  with  eminent 
success  for  twelve  years.  During  a  portion  of  this  period  he  also  served  as 
college  librarian. 

"  In  1874  he  was  chosen  treasurer  of  the  college  and  thenceforth  his 
principal  occupation  was  the  care  of  the  finances  of  the  institution  and  of 
similar  trusts  imposed  upon  him.  He  served  at  different  times  as  a  director 
of  the  Eastern  Railroad,  the  Maine  Central  Railroad  and  the  Portland  and 
Rochester  Railroad,  and  was  for  many  years  president  of  the  Union  Na- 
tional Bank.  He  was  one  of  the  trustees  of  the  Maine  General  Hospital 
ai)d  was  appointed  by  President  Harrison  one  of  the  commission  to  examine 
the  U.  S.  Mint.  He  was  deeply  interested  in  the  welfare  of  the  community 
and  by  his  efficient  co-operation  various  improvements  were  carried  through. 
He  represented  his  town  in  the  Legislatures  of  1878,  1879  and  1880,  and 
was  a  member  of  the  State  Senate  in  1883  and  1885.  In  each  branch  he 
took  an  active  and  influential  part  in  Legislation. 

"  A  man  of  unusual  force  and  independence,  he  always  had  the  courage 
of  his  convictions.  Yet  his  firmness  was  more  than  equaled  by  the  loyalty 
and  conscientiousness  with  which  he  discharged  every  trust.  His  mental 
alertness,  his  remarkable  conversational  powers,  and  readiness  with  apt  illus- 
trations made  him  a  most  entertaining  companion.  A  lover  of  music,  he  was 
a  skilled  performer  upon  the  organ.  His  personal  service  in  this  direction 
was  given  for  several  years  to  the  Unitarian  Church,  of  which  he  was  a 
staunch  supporter. 

"  He  was  an  accomplished  linguist  and  philologist,  speaking  and  writ- 
ing with  fluency  in  three  languages  and  versed  in  the  grammar  of  a  score 
of  others.  Ho  received  the  degree  of  LL.  D.  from  Bowdoin  in  1894.  His 
sudden  death  from  apoplexy  occurred  July  16,  1894,  at  Brunswick,  Me." 
(By  Prof.  Little  of  Bowdoin  College.) 


Ninth  Generation  663 

Children,  born  in  Brunszcnck,  Me.: 

6662  Ernest  Boyen,  born  July  11,  1869;  married  in  Rockland,  Me.,  Sept. 

S,  1900,  Grace  Adams  Simonton,  who  was  born  in  Rockland,  April 
8,  1874,  daughter  of  Frederick  James  and  Florence  Jane  (Adams) 
Simonton.  He  is  a  physician  and  resides  in  Boston,  Mass.  One 
child,  Ernest  Simonton,  born  in  Boston,  Nov.  14,  1901. 

6663  Mary,  born  Nov.  11,  1870;  married  Roland  W.  Mann.* 

6664  Stephen  Emerson,  born  June  16,  1875  ;  married  in  Cambridge,  Mass., 

Oct.  3,  1905,  Henrietta  Nesmyth  Hastings,  daughter  of  Edward 
and  Henrietta  Washburn  (Nesmyth)  Hastings.  They  reside  in 
Cambridge,  where  he  is  a  lawyer. 

6665  Edith,  born  Oct.  30,  1876 ;  married  Dec.  14,  1898,  George  Frederick 

Stetson.  They  reside  in  Portland,  Me.,  where  he  is  in  the  banking 
business.     One  child,  George,  born  Nov.  25,  1899. 

6666  Arthur  Jewett,  born  June  28,  1878.     He  is  a  lawyer  and  resides  in 

Boston,  Mass.,  unmarried. 

4201  ANN  VIRGINIA  JEWETT  (George-'«%  Daniel"'^  John"\ 
Moses^®",  Jonathan"^,  Joscph^\  Maximilian'',  Edward^),  was  born  in  Pittston, 
Me.,  Dec.  25,  1832.  She  married  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  Sept.  30,  I860,  Sylvester 
Powell,  who  was  bom  in  Clinton,  Me.,  Sept.  28, 1833.  They  reside  in  Clinton, 
where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Clinton,  Me.: 

6667  Clarence  Emery,  born  Nov.  21,  1861 ;  died  July  28,  1867. 

6668  Infant  son,  bom  Nov.  24,  1865 ;  died  same  day. 

6669  Hannah  Jewett,  born  Oct.  6,  1866;  resides  in  Clinton,  unmarried. 

6670  George  Jewett,  born  Oct.  14,  1868;  died  Nov.  9,  1879. 

6671  Cornelius,  bom  Sept.  7,  1870;  died  Dec.  9,  1870. 

6672  Infant  son,  bom  July  6,  1873 ;  died  July  8,  1873. 

4204  ISABELLA  CAROLINE  JEWETT  (John"'*",  DanieP"', 
John°°',  Moses^®',  Jonathan",  JosepVS  Maximihan%  Edward^),  was  bom  in 

Pittston,  Me.,  Dec.  19,  1823.     She  married  Oct.  ,  1845,  Capt.  Warren 

Turner,  who  was  born  in  1820,  son  of  Briggs  Turner  of  Dresden,  Me.  Capt. 
Turner  followed  the  sea  for  many  years,  but  later  in  life  retired  and  lived 
in  that  part  of  Pittston  which  is  now  Randolph.  He  was  a  gentleman  who 
was  highly  esteemed  by  all  of  his  neighbors  and  town  people.  He  died  in 
1895.  Mrs.  Turner  died  in  1897;  both  buried  in  Maple  Grove  Cemetery, 
Randolph. 

Children,  born  in  Pittston,  Me.: 

6673  Pauline  Sawtelle,  bom  in  1850;  died  in  18.58. 

6674  Edward  B.,  bora  in  1856 ;  married  Abbie  L.  Coombs.* 

6675  Willis  Jewett,  born  in  1858  ;  died  in  1896,  unmarried. 

6676  Charles  Warren,  born  in  1861  ;  died  in  1905,  unmarried. 

6677  John  Jewett,  born   in   1864.      He  was   a   teacher  of  vocal   music   in 


664  Jewett  Geneai^ogy 

Boston,  Mass.,  and  died  suddenly  in  Manchester,  N.  H.,  in  1906, 
unmarried. 

M 

4205  SOPHRONIA  JEWETT  (John"''",  Daniel"'*,  John''°%  Moses"% 
Jonathan"^  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  born  in  Pittston,  Me., 
Dec.  17,  1827.  She  married  Capt.  James  Atkins  Blanchard.  He  was  born 
in  1821  and  died  in  1873 ;  buried  in  Maple  Grove  Cemetery,  Randolph,  Me. 
Mrs.  Blanchard  resides  in  Gardiner,  Me. 

Children,  born  in,  Pittston,  Me.: 

6678  Fannie,  born  Dec.  28,  1859;  married  George  Rogers  of  EHzabeth, 

N.  J.     She  died  in  Elizabeth  in  1904. 

6679  Annie  Lealand,  born  Dec.  28,  1862. 

6680  Martha  Williamson,  bom  Aug.  27,  1865 ;  married  Nov.  12,  1884,  J. 

Walter  Robinson    (see  7173)    of  Gardiner,  Me.      They   reside   in 
Gardiner. 

4207  ISABELLA  JEWETT  (Albert  G.^'%  Daniel"",  John"*", 
Moses"'',  Jonathan®^  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  born  in  Bangor, 
Me.,  Sept.  24,  1835.  She  married  Charles  M.  Harris  of  Georgia  and  lived 
in  Hyannis,  Mass. 

Children : 

6681  James,  born  Jan. ,  1859. 

6682  William   Hugh,   born   Aug.   ,   1861;   married   Sept.    15,   1887, 

Martha  Jewett  North  (see  6750).     He  is  a  physician  and  resides 
in  Augusta,  Me.,  where  he  follows  his  profession. 

6683  Mary  0.,  born  Dec.  ,  1863. 

6684  Hannah  M.,  born  Dec.  ,  1865. 

6685  Charles,  bom  Jan.  ,  1868. 

6686  Isabella,  born  May  ,  1872. 

6687  Jane,  bom  Feb. ,  1874. 

4223  NATHANIEL  MARCH  JEWETT  (George  K."*'',  Samuel""", 
John''*'^  Moses"",  Jonathan®%  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Bangor,  Me.,  Oct.  10,  1842.  He  married  May  14,  1867,  Caroline  Dunn, 
daughter  of  Elbridge  Dunn  of  Ashland,  Me.  They  resided  in  Boston,  Mass., 
where  he  died  Oct.  7,  1900.     His  wife  died  there  March  31,  1898. 

Children,  horn  in  Boston,  Mass.: 

6688  Elbridge  Kimball,  born  June  18,  1871 ;  married  Dec.  4,  1895,  Jane 

Webber,  daughter  of  John  P.  Webber  of  Brookline,  Mass.     They 
reside  at  Fall  Brook,  Cal. 

6689  Alice  Natalie,  bora  April  4,  1880;  resides  in  Winchester,  Mass. 

6690  Caroline  Dunn,  born  Sept.  3,  1882;  resides  in  Winchester,  Mass. 


Ninth  Generation  665 

4224  EDWARD  LEONARD  JEWETT  (George  K.'"^  Samuer"'% 
John"^"^,  Moses'",  Jonathan"",  Joseph'\  Maximilian^  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Bangor,  Me.,  Aug.  31,  1844.  He  married  in  Portland  (now  North  St. 
John),  N.  B.,  Oct.  4,  I860,  Bethiah  Walker  Baizley,  who  was  born  in  Port- 
land, N.  B.,  May  1,  1847,  dauo-hter  of  Simon  and  Margaret  Aurora  (Walker) 
Baizley.  They  reside  in  St.  John,  N.  B.,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  lumber  mer- 
chant. 

Children,  bom  in  St.  John,  N.  B.: 

6691  Leonard  March,  born  Dec.  4,  1866.     He  graduated  with  the  degree 

of  A.  B.  from  Harvard  College  in  1890,  after  which  he  visited 
the  east  coast  of  South  America  on  a  six  months'  trip,  visiting 
Buenos  Ayres,  Argentine  Republic  and  Uruguay.  He  returned  to 
St.  John  and  entered  the  lumber  business.  Feb.  12,  1896,  he  was 
appointed  U.  S.  Vice  and  Deputy  Consul  at  St.  John,  from  which 

he  retired  Oct.  ,  1897,  and  was  re-appointed  Jan.  24,  1901, 

which  position  he  still  fills.     Resides  in  St.  John,  unmarried. 

6692  George  Kimball,  born  May  30,  1871 ;  died  Feb.  12,  1872. 

4225  CHARLES  KIMBALL  JEWETT  (George  K.="%  Samuel^^«% 
John"*"',  Moses"%  Jonathan'^^  Joseph^S  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Bangor,  Me.,  Jan.  23,  1848.  He  married  in  Hallowell,  Me.,  Feb.  17, 
1873,  Susan  Elvira  Currier,  daughter  of  Jabez  Smith  and  Sarah  Elizabeth 
(Dunn)  Currier,  They  settled  in  Cambridge,  Mass.;  removed  to  Wisconsin 
and  in  a  few  years  returned  to  New  England  and  now  reside  in  Easthampton, 
Mass.,  where  he  is  in  the  lumber  business. 

Children : 

6693  Marie  Louise,  bom  in   Cambridge,  Mass.,  Jan.  2,   1874;   resides  in 

Easthampton,  unmarried. 

6694  Caroline  Dunn,  born  in  Maiden,  Mass.,  Feb.  1,  1876;  died  in  Hal- 

lowell, Me.,  Aug.  7,  1876. 

6695  Richard  Dunn,  born  in  Maiden,  Mass.,  Sept.  25,  1878;  died  there 

Dec.  20,  1878. 

4226  LOUISE  JEWETT  (George  K.-*'\  Samue^^«^  John="'%  Moses^", 
Jonathan"^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Bangor,  Me., 
Feb.  26,  1850.  She  married  Jan.  1,  1874,  Charles  H.  Sawyer.  They  reside 
in  Bangor. 

Children,  born  in  Bangor,  Me.: 

6696  Charles  Jewett,  bom  Oct.  26,  1874 ;  married  July  10,  1901,  Margaret 

E.  Davis.     Residence,  Bangor. 

6697  Haven,  bom  July  27,  1876.     Resides  in  Gazelle,  Cal.,  unmarried. 

6698  William  McCrillis,  bom  Jan.  15,  1879;  married  Sept.  9,  1903,  Lucy 

Estelle  Peck.      Residence,  Stillwater,  Me. 

6699  Louise,  bom  July  30,  1881.     Residence,  Bangor. 

6700  Susan,  born  Dec.  1,  1888.     Residence,  Bangor. 


666  Jewett  Genealogy 

4229  MARIA  STEVENS  (Katherine-"*,  SamueP"",  John''",  Moses"% 
Jonathan'',  Joseph'',  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Pittston,  Me., 
Feb.  27,  1842.  She  married  Oct.  30,  1861,  Joseph  H.  Scrammell.  They  re- 
side in  St.  John,  N.  B.,  where  all  of  their  children  were  bom. 

Children: 

6701  Edward  Jewett,  bom  July  5,  1863. 

6702  Frank  Stevens,  born  Sept.  29,  1864. 

6703  Joseph  Henry,  bom  Nov.  22,  1870. 

6704  Fred  E.,  bom  Feb.  28,  1872. 

6705  John  Kimball,  born  Sept.  13,  1873. 

6706  Sanford  Wilder,  born  June  14,  1875. 

4230  MARY  FRANCES  STEVENS  (Katherine^*°S  SamueP"", 
John''',  Moses'"',  Jonathan'%  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Pittston,  Me.,  July  16,  1843.  She  married  March  13,  1867,  Franklin  W. 
Pitcher.     They  reside  in  Boston,  Mass. 

Children : 

6707  William  Leonard,  bom  Nov.  ,  1871. 

6708  W^alter  Franklin,  born  Sept.  ,  1874. 

6709  Mary,  born  May  24,  1881. 

4231  SANFORD  WALTER  STEVENS  (Katherine^^^S  Samuel"'", 
John'"',  Moses"',  Jonathan'%  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Pittston,  Me.,  Aug.  13,  1845.  He  married  June  14,  1877,  Mary  P. 
Barker.  Mr.  Stevens  resided  in  Presque  Isle,  Me.,  where  he  was  in  the  lumber 
business.  He  died  in  Atkinson,  N.  H.,  Oct.  10,  1905 ;  buried  in  Maple  Grove 
Cemetery,  Randolph,  Me. 

Children,  born  in  Presque  Isle,  Me.: 

6710  William  Sanford,  born  May  22,  1878. 

6711  Fred  Walter,  born  April  14,  1880;  died  July  22,  1883. 

6712  Edward  Darriel,  bom  July  6,  1882. 

6713  John  Malcolm,  bom  April  25,  1884. 

6714  Walter,  bom  March  9,  1886;  died  March  10,  1886. 

6715  Harold  Barker,  bom  March  30,  1887. 

6716  Percy  Wilder,  born  Feb.  28,  1889. 

6717  Jerold,  born  Aug.  25,  1890. 

6718  Robert  Henderson,  born  Oct.  9,  1892;  died  June  6,  1893. 

6719  Phihp  Hunington,  bora  March  2,  1895. 

6720  Charles  Alfred,  bom  April  6,  1897. 

4234  HENRIETTA  PEARSON  JEWETT  (Samuel  Ar''',  SamueP"^ 
John'",  Moses'"',  Jonathan"',  Joseph",  Maximihan',  Edward^),  was  born  in 


Ninth  Generation  667 

Richmond,  Va.,  July  24,  1843.  She  married  in  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  June  30, 
1863,  Dr.  George  H.  Keith,  who  was  born  in  Randolph,  Vt.,  May  4,  1825, 
son  of  Bethuel  and  Mary  (Pearson)  Keith.  Tiiey  resided  in  Minneapolis, 
where  he  practiced  medicine,  and  was  Postmaster  of  the  city  for  twelve  years. 
He  died  there  June  15,  1882.     Mrs.  Keith  resides  in  Minneapolis. 

Children,  horn  in  Minneapolis,  Minn.: 

6721  Walter  Jewett,  born  Aug.  17,  1867  ;  married  June ,  1888,  Nella 

A.  Yerxa.  They  reside  in  Minneapolis.  Two  children,  Evelyn, 
bom  March  22,  1896,  and  Priscilla,  born  April  2,  1900. 

6722  Mabel,  born  Oct.  30,  1871 ;  married  Sept.  30,  1897,  Samuel  M.  Davis. 

They  reside  in  Orange,  Cal.  Two  children,  Samuel  Keith,  born 
Dec.  26,  1899,  and  Laura  Maud,  born  July  12,  1901. 

6723  Max  L.,  born  June  10,  1873;  married  Sept.  20,  1901,  Marie  Lund- 

borg.     Residence,  Minneapolis. 

6724  George  H.,  bom  Nov.  17,  1878 ;  married  June ,  1900,  Katherine 

Adams.  They  reside  in  Minneapolis.  Two  children,  Esther,  born 
Dec.  22,  1902,  and  Eleanor,  born  Feb.  17,  1904. 

4235  GEORGE  DARREL  JEWETT  (Samuel  A.-"%  Samuel"*", 
John"^"^,  Moses^®^,  Jonathan"^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Richmond,  Va.,  Feb.  18,  1845.  He  married  in  Evansville,  Ind.,  Aug.  18, 
1868,  Johnaphine  Lightfoot  Gale,  who  was  bom  in  Vevay,  Ind.,  Aug.  13, 
1846,  daughter  of  Dr.  T.  C.  and  Melissa  (Wallen)  Gale.  Mr.  Jewett  is  aa 
electrical  engineer  and  resides  in  Fresno,  Cal. 

Children : 

6725  Albert  Carallo,  born  in  Henderson,  Ky.,  Dec.  20,  1869 ;  resides  in 

San  Francisco,  Cal.,  unmarried. 

6726  Josephine  Gale,  bom  in  Jewett's  Mills,  Wis.,  April  25,  1871 ;  married 

in  Fresno,  Cal.,  June  12,  1902,  George  Horace  Keyes.  They  re- 
side in  Winslow,  Arizona,  where  he  is  chief  clerk  of  the  Santa  Fe 
R.  R. 

6727  Maud,  born  in  Jewett's  Mills,  Wis.,  April  6,  1874;  married  Oct.  S, 

1894,  Wilfred  J.  Bell.  They  reside  in  Cosselton,  N.  D.,  where  he 
is  a  farmer.  Two  children,  Wilfred  Clayton,  bom  Feb.  29,  1896, 
and  Marjoric,  born  Feb.   15,  1899. 

6728  Helen,   born   in   Jewett's    Mills,   Wis.,   Aug.    31,    1875;    married    at 

Fresno,  Cal.,  Dec.  11,  1899,  Scott  McKay.  They  reside  in  Fresno, 
where  he  is  County  Surveyor.  One  child,  Warren  Scott,  born  Jan. 
23,  1903. 

6729  IMiriam  L.,  born  in  Cosselton,  S.  D.,  Sept.  21,  1881  ;  resides  in  Fresno. 

6730  Inez  Darrcl,  bom  in  Cosselton,  S.  D.,  Oct.  14,  1885 ;  resides  in  Fresno. 

6731  George  Darrcl,  l)orn  in  Cosselton,  S.  D.,  Nov.  27,  1886;  resides  in 

Fresno. 


668  Jewett  Genealogy 


4236  FRANK  WALTER  JEWETT  (Samuel  A.-*"',  SamueP^*% 
John^",  Moses^*%  Jonathan"^,  Joseph^S  Maximilian",  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Richmond,  Va.,  April  1,  1847.  He  married  in  Cambridgeport,  Mass.,  Dec. 
17,  1874,  Georgia  Maria  Roberts,  daughter  of  Benjamin  W.  and  Louisa 
(Upham)  Roberts.  Mr.  Jewett  has  been  engaged  the  greater  part  of  his 
life  in  the  lumber  business  in  Wisconsin  and  Minnesota;  he  is  also  connected 
with  a  mining  firm  on  the  Mesaba  Iron  Range.  They  reside  in  Hibbing, 
Minn. 

Children,  born  in  Cedar  Falls,  Wis.: 

6732  Arthur  Roberts,  bom  Jan.  15,  1876;  married  in  Minneapolis,  Minn., 

Oct.  8,  1902,  Florence  Hammond.     They  reside  in  Minneapolis. 

6733  Frank  Greenwood,  born  Jan.  18,  1878;  residence,  Hibbing,  Minn. 

4237  KATE  GORDON  JEWETT  (Samuel  A.-*"^  Samuel"«^  John='<'% 
Moses^®%  Jonathan'^%  Joseph^\  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  born  in  Knox- 
ville,  Tenn.,  July  29,  184-9.  She  married  in  Jewett's  Mills,  Wis.,  March  25, 
1875,  George  W.  Horton,  and  died  in  Wahpeton,  N.  D.,  June ,  1899. 

Children : 

6734  Laurence  Eustace,  bom .     Resides  in  Mayville,  N.   D. 

6735  Warren  Hale,  born .     Resides  in  Mayville,  N.  D. 

4238  DORA  LOUISE  JEWETT  (Samuel  A."°%  SamueP"%  John"*", 
Moses^*"*,  Jonathan^^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Nash- 
ville, Tenn.,  Jan.  18,  1853.  She  married  in  Jewett's  Mills,  Wis.,  Jan.  30, 
1884,  Edward  S.  Pattee.     They  reside  in  Minneapolis,  Minn. 

Children : 

6736  Sidney,  born  . 

6737  Gordon,  bom  . 

6738  Dorothy,  bora . 

6739  Gladys,  bora . 


4240  ABBY  WILDER  JEWETT  (Samuel  A.'"%  SamueP"%  John"", 
Moses"%  Jonathan^^  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  born  in  Minne- 
apolis, Minn.,  Dec.  7,  1857.  She  married  at  Jewett's  Mills,  Wis.,  June  19, 
1889,  Dr.  Abraham  B.  Gates,  who  was  born  in  East  Vasselboro,  Me.,  May  12, 
1854,  son  of  Dr.  Charles  Bunker  and  Margaret  (Buffum)  Gates.  Dr.  Gates 
graduated  from  the  Harvard  University  Medical  School  in  the  class  of  1880 
and  is  engaged  in  the  practice  of  medicine  in  Minneapolis,  where  they  reside. 

Children,  horn  m  Minneapolis,  Minn. : 

6740  Gourtlandt  Jewett,  born  May  27,  1890;  died  Jan.  17,  1891. 

6741  Helen  Marjorie,  born  Nov.  25,  1891. 

6742  Gatherine  Barker,  born  Nov.  19,  1893. 


Ninth  Generation  669 

6743  Natalie  Jewett,  born  Feb.   17,   1896. 

6744  Abram  Jewett,  born  Aug.  15,  1897. 

6745  Louise  Wilder,  born  Feb.  19,  1900. 

4243  ELLEN  M.  JOHNSON  (Ann  W.=*"«,  Sainuer^«°,  John'^'^% 
Moses"**,  Jonathan"^,  Joseph",  Maximilian*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Farming- 
ton,  Me.,  Sept.  16,  1848.  She  married  in  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  in  1871, 
Edward  Paj-son  Wells,  who  was  born  in  Troy,  Wis.,  in  1847,  son  of  Rev. 
Milton  and  Melissa  (Smith)  Wells.  They  reside  in  Minneapolis,  where  ho 
is  a  banker. 

Children: 

6746  Marguerite  Milton,  bom  in  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  . 

6747  Stuart  Wilder,  born  in  St.  Paul,  Minn., . 

6748  Nora,  born  in  Milwaukee,  Wis., . 

6749  Florence  Dudley,  bom  in  Jamestown,  N.  D.,  . 


4255  DR.  JAMES  WILLIAM  NORTH,  JR.  (James  W."",  Mar- 
tha"«^  Jedediah"\  Moses"%  Jonathan"^  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Clinton,  Me.,  March  24,  1838.  He  married  July  17,  1865,  Vir- 
ginia H.  Freer  (see  4254).  Dr.  North  graduated  from  Bowdoin  College  in 
the  class  of  1860  with  Joseph  W.  Symonds,  John  Marshall  Brown,  W.  W. 
Thomas,  Jr.,  and  Thomas  B.  Reed,  as  classmates ;  he  then  entered  the  Maine 
Medical  School,  from  which  he  graduated  in  1863.  He  began  to  practice 
in  Gardiner,  Me.,  and  was  immediately  elected  City  Physician.  In  September, 
1864,  he  was  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon  of  the  107th  Regiment  of  the 
U.  S.  Colored  Troops  and  served  under  Generals  Butler  and  Ord,  on  the 
James  River.  After  the  war  he  resumed  practice,  at  first,  for  two  years  in 
Augusta,  Me.,  and  then  removed  to  Jefferson,  Me.,  where  he  remained  until 
his  return  to  Augusta  in  1875,  when  he  took  the  now  well  known  Nordheim 
farm  in  ward  seven.  He  was  Alderman  from  that  ward  in  1879  and  1881. 
He  removed  from  the  farm  in  1882  to  the  family  mansion  which  his  father 
built  in  1848.  Dr.  North  was  confirmed  in  the  Episcopal  Church  in  1879 
and  was  the  treasurer  of  St.  Mark's  Parish ;  he  was  for  several  years  trustee 
and  treasurer  of  St.  Catherine's  School,  and  was  a  director  of  the  First 
National  Bank  of  Augusta. 

Children  : 

6750  Martha  Jewett,  bom  Sept.  15,  1866;  married  Dr.  William  H.  Harris 

(see  6682). 

6751  Caroline,  born  Nov.  9,  1868. 

6752  Roger,  born  Sept.  12,  1871. 

4268  DR.  HAROLD  FLAGG  JEWETT  (Charles'*",  George"'",  Jona- 
than'**%  Moses'",  Jonathan"',  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  2,  1869.  He  married  there  Oct.  7,  1897,  Frances 
Hubbell  Hamilton,  daughter  of  John  F.  and  Christina  (Dorsch)   Hamilton. 


670  Jewett  Genealogy 

Dr.  Jewett  was  educated  in  the  public  schools  of  Brooklyn,  the  Polytechnic 
Institute,  and  the  Long  Island  College  Hospital.  They  reside  in  Brooklyn, 
where  he  is  engaged  in  the  practice  of  medicine. 

Children,  born  m  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.: 

6753  Charles,  bom  Sept.  2,  1898. 

6754  Dorothy  Hamilton,  born  Feb.  12,  1905. 

4280  ARTHUR  CRAWFORD  JEWETT  (Edwin  H.=^"%  George^'^% 
Jonathan*^%  Moses^®%  Jonathan'''^  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Bath,  Me.,  Aug.  26,  1878.  He  married  in  Toledo,  Ohio,  May  7,  1903, 
Blanche  Lind  von  Beselcr,  daughter  of  Charles  and  Jennie  (Lind)  von  Beseler. 
Mr.  Jewett  graduated  with  the  degree  of  B.  S.,  from  the  Massachusetts  In- 
stitute of  Technology  in  the  class  of  1901,  and  is  instructor  of  mechanical 
engineering  in  the  Maine  State  College. 

Children : 

6755  Arthur,  bom  in  Bangor,  Me.,  March  16,  1904. 

6756  Helen  Hale,  bora  July  22,  1906. 

4283  ALBERT  F.  JEWETT  (Frederic  A.'*'^  George'-'%  Jonathan"", 
Moses^^",  Jonathan^^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Need- 
ham,  Mass.,  Aug.  11,  1876.  He  married  in  Dorchester,  Mass.,  April  15, 
1903,  Annie  W.  Davis,  daughter  of  Howard  I.  and  Mary  M.  (Longley) 
Davis.  Mr.  Jewett  is  senior  member  of  the  firm  of  M.  Lane  and  Son,  whole- 
sale Commission,  Fruit  and  Produce  business  of  New  York.  Residence, 
Flushing,  N.  Y. 

Children: 

6757  Frederic  Davis,  born  July  19,  1904. 

6758  Albert  Longley,  born  July  26,  1906. 

4289  WILLIAM  CORNELL  JEWETT  (William  C.''"'^  Joseph'=='% 
James''",  James"^,  Jonathan^^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  Dec.  16,  1853.  He  married  in  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July 
16,  1878,  Ella  Ann  Gibson,  daughter  of  John  Baxter  and  Lucy  (DarHng) 
Gibson.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  Civil  Engineer;  a  member  of  the  "  American  Society 
of  Civil  Engineers  " ;  the  Engineers  Club  of  Cincinnati ;  The  American  So- 
ciety for  the  Advancement  of  Science;  The  National  Geographic  Society, 
and  the  Cincinnati  Society  of  Natural  History.     Resides  in  Cincinnati. 

Children : 

6759  Almira,  bora  in  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  July  31,  1885. 

6760  John  Gibson,  bora  in  Chattanooga,  Tenn.,  Aug.  13,  1887. 

4290  DR.  STANLEY  JEWETT  (William  C.'*'\  Joseph^-^^  James''", 


Ninth  Generation  671 

James^*®,  Jonathan"^,  Joseph^',  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
San  Francisco,  C'al.,  May  15,  1855.  He  married  in  Forest  City,  Cal., 
Oct.  3,  1880,  Marv  Adaline  Lean,  daughter  of  Joseph  and  Ehza  (Woodward) 
Lean.     They  reside  in  ^larysville,  C'al.,  where  Ur.  Jewett  is  a  dentist. 

Children  : 

6761  Stanley  Guion,  born  in  Forest  City,  Cal.,  Oct.  29,  1881. 

6762  Harold  Woodward,  born  in  Marysville,  Cal.,  Aug.  9,  1884. 

6763  Winifred  Cornell,  born  in  Marysville,  Cal.,  Nov.  26,  1890. 

4291  LOTTA  JEWETT  (William  C."°',  Joseph^"%  James"', 
James'"",  Jonathan'*',  Joseph*^',  Maximilian'.  Edward'),  was  born  in  Kron- 
stadt,  Jan.  1,  1872.  She  married  in  Europe,  Jan.  23,  1894,  Paul  Ritter 
von  Stransky.     They  reside  in  Europe. 

Children,  bom  in  Munich: 

6764  Baldwin   Anton,  born   Sept.    12,   1894. 

6765  Clarissa,  bom  Oct.  5,  1895. 

4299  ALVIN  JEWETT  JOHNSON  (Harriet'"",  Isreal  H.'='% 
Aquila^^^  William^®^  Aquila***,  Joseph'^  Maximilian^  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Wallingford,  Vt.,  Sept.  23,  1827.  He  married  Lucia  Helena  Warner  of 
Sunderland,  Mass.  In  earl}-  life  Mr.  Johnson  was  a  teacher  and  afterwards 
a  book  agent,  from  which  he  worked  his  wa}'  up  to  publisher  and  became 
head  of  the  firm  of  A.  J.  Johnson  &  Co.,  of  New  York,  at  one  time  said  to 
be  the  greatest  map-publishing  house  in  the  world.  Johnson's  Atlas  became 
famous  all  over  the  United  States.  In  1876-78  he  published  the  most  im- 
portant work  undertaken  by  the  concern,  Johnson's  Universal  Cyclopjedia 
in  four  vols.,  edited  by  President  F.  A.  P.  Barnard  of  Columbia  College  and 
Arnold  Guyot.  This  was  a  work  of  great  merit  and  immediately  became 
popular.  Unlike  some  other  cyclopjedias,  it  is  not  based  on  previous  works 
published  abroad,  but  is  composed  of  original  material.  The  second  edition 
appeared  in  1895  in  six  vols.,  and  is  still  recognized  as  a  standard  authority 
in  every  librar}-.  Mr.  Johnson  was  an  intimate  friend  of  Horace  Greeley, 
and  this  friendship  continued  until  Mr,  Greeley's  death  in  1872.  Mr.  John- 
son died  April  22,  1884. 

Children  : 

6766  William  Warner,  bom  .     He  graduated  from  Columbia  College 

in  1874  and  was  taken  into  partnership  by  his  father. 

6767  Virginia  Helena,  born  . 

6768  Minnie  Augusta,  born  . 

4320  JEWETT  EDSON  CHATTERTON  (Betsey-"",  Benjamin^=", 
Aquila'^",  William^*%  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximiliaii\  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Rutland,  Vt.,  Dec.  7,  1840.  He  married  April  29,  1867,  A.  Elizabeth 
Adams,  daughter  of  David  I),  and  Angeline  (Howard)  Adams.     They  resided 


672  Jewett  Genealogy 

in  Mt.  Pleasant,  Mich.,  where  he  was  a  successful  merchant  and  where  he 
died  from  Bright's  disease,  Aug.  2,  1906.     Mrs.  Chatterton  resides  there. 

Children: 

6769  Howard  Edson,  born  in  Hubbardston,  Mich.,  March  16,  1872 ;  mar- 

ried Minnie  Hams  of  Mt.  Pleasant.     He  was  a  partner  in  business 
with  his  father. 

6770  Henry  Jewett,  born  in  1875;  married  Pearl  Smith  of  Sedalia,  Mo. 

They   reside  in  Kansas   City,  Mo.,  where  he   is   in  the  insurance  ^ 
business.     One  child,  Kenneth. 

4327  JOSEPH  C.  WEBB  (Joseph  C.'"%  Rebecca"*",  Maximilian"% 
William"',  Aquila""*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Skow- 
hegan,  Me.,  Sept.  26,  1822.  He  married  Elizabeth  Burgess,  daughter  of 
Samuel  and  Sarah  (Blackwell)   Burgess.     They  resided  in  several  towns  in 

Maine  and  in  Geneseo,  111. 

Children: 

6771  Hiram,  born  in  Hallowell,  Me.,  May  20,  1848 ;  married  Oct.  19,  1876, 

Melissa  Sweet.     Reside  in  Russell,  la. 

6772  Charles  Henry,  bom  in  Skowhegan,  Me.,  May  30,  1850;  married  in 

1879  Mary  Davison.     Reside  at  Madison  Lake,  Minn. 

6773  Lizzie  Ford,  bom  in  Skowhegan,  Me.,  Oct.  24,  1851 ;  married  Oct. 

24,  1872,  Charles  Dudley  Bean.    Reside  in  Alma,  Kan. 

6774  Sarah  Jane,  bora  in  Annawan,  Me.,  March  29,  1855;  married  Dec.  13, 

1880,  William  Jump.     She  died  in  Geneseo,  111.,  Nov.  18,  1893. 
One  daughter,  Gertmde,  who  resides  in  Geneseo. 

6775  Samuel  B.,  bom  in  Annawan,  Me.,  April  11,  1857;  died  March  3, 

1861. 

4345  CHARLES  NEIL  JEWETT  (Moses''''%  Pickard"",  Maximil- 
ian"*, William"%  Aquila**,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Skowhegan,  Me.,  Nov.  23,  1835.  He  married  in  Bunker  Hill,  111.,  May  18, 
1875,  Julia  Ann  Getty,  who  was  bom  in  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  daughter  of  Andrew 
and  Armelda  Mors  (DeLaunay)  Getty.  When  quite  young  Mr.  Jewett  went 
to  St.  Louis,  where  he  was  a  bookkeeper  and  where  during  the  Civil  War 
he  was  a  member  of  the  St.  Louis  Guards.  He  later  removed  to  Bunker  Hill, 
111.,  where  he  lived  a  number  of  years  and  then  returned  to  St,  Louis,  where 

he  now  resides. 

Children,  horn  in  Bunker  Hill,  III.: 

6776  Mae  Irma,  bom  May  24,  1876. 

6777  Charles  Percy,  bom  June  30,  1878. 

6778  Armelda,  born  May  1,  1883. 

4350  NATHAN  D.  TRULL  (Amanda"",  Samuel"",  Maximilian"% 
William"',  Aquila",  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born  in  Tewks- 


Ninth  Generation  673 

bury,  Mass.,  Sept.  28,  1846.     He  married  July  21,  1869,  Ann  Maria  Mor- 
row.    They  resided  in  Georgetown,  Texas,  where  he  died  Sept.  5,  1870. 

Child: 

6779  Mary  Jewett,  born  in  Georgetown,  Texas,  Aug.  7,  1870;  married 

Edward  I.  Watson.* 

4358  IMARY  FRANCES  JEWETT  (Joscph="^  SamueP^"",  Maximil- 
ian"°,  William'"',  Aquila"*,  Joseph' ^  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Canaan,  Me.,  March  28,  1839.  She  married  there  March  28,  1858,  Daniel 
S.  Herrin,  who  was  born  in  Canaan,  June  24,  1832,  son  of  Henry  and  Rachel 
(Starbird)  Herrin.  They  reside  in  Lincoln,  Mont.,  where  Mr.  Herrin  is  a 
farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Canaan,  Me.: 

6780  Henry  H.,  bom  Jan.  25,  1859;  resides  in  Lincoln,  Mont. 

6781  Anna  M.,  born  April  7,  I860;  resides  in  Helena,  Mont. 

6782  Milford  D.,  born  Nov.  5,  1861 ;  resides  in  Lincoln,  Mont. 

6783  Harland  J.,  born  May  31,  1863;  resides  at  Wolf  Creek,  Mont. 

4362  WILLIAM  JEWETT  (Joseph=="%  SamueP==««,  Maximilian"", 
WilHam"^  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  born  in  Canaan, 
Me.,  Dec.  21,  1847.  He  married  in  Salina,  Kan.,  in  1884,  Etta  A.  Slater, 
who  was  bom  in  Rockford,  111.,  in  1855,  daughter  of  George  and  Maria 
Slater.  They  reside  in  Clay  Center,  Kan.,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  an  optician 
and  a  dealer  in  furniture. 

Children,  born  in  Salinn,  Kan.: 

6784  George  William,  born  Oct.  17,  1885 ;  resides  in  Hill  City,  Kan. 

6785  Grace  Frances,  born  July   13,   1887;  married   in   Concordia,   Kan., 

March  10,  1906,  Charles  Solomon  Massalman.    They  reside  in  Clay 
Center,  where  he  is  a  baker. 

6786  Marie  Slater,  born  Nov.  7,  1893. 

4363  HELEN  ISABELL  JEWETT  (Joseph^^"^",  Samuel'^",  Maximil- 
ian"^  William'**,  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Canaan,  Me.,  Feb.  10,  1850.  She  married  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  Oct.  20,  1868, 
A.  W.  Chase,  who  was  bom  in  Canaan,  April  24,  1847,  son  of  Cyrus  and 
Thankful  (Woodbury)  Chase.  He  was  a  merchant  and  died  at  Fort  Scott, 
Kan.,  Oct.  28,  1874.  She  married  second,  in  Joplin,  Mo.,  Sept.  20,  1877, 
D.  M.  "Smith,  who  died  in  Defiance,  N.  M.,  March  18,  1894.  Mrs.  Smith 
resides  in  San  Diego,  Cal.,  where  she  conducts  a  family  hotel.  The  Helix. 

Children  by  first  hushmuh  horn  at  Fort  Scott,  Kan.: 

6787  Nora  Bell,  born  Jan.  24,  1870;  married  Oct.  10,  1890,  Howard  Mar- 


674  Jewett  Genealogy 

shall.     Thej  reside  in  San  Diego.     Two  children,  Ray  and  Perle. 

6788  Harry  Daniel,  bom  Sept. ,  1872;  married  in  1891  Mamie  Emer- 

son; resides  in  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

6789  Carrie  May,  bom  May  28,  1874 ;  died  in  San  Diego,  Dec.  20,  1893. 

•  Child  by  second  husband: 

6790  Floy  Elizabeth,  born  in  Joplin,  Mo.,  Oct.  22, 1879 ;  died  in  San  Diego, 

Sept.  12,  1903. 

4366  AUGUSTUS  FIFIELD  JEWETT  (Fifield  H."",  SamueP'"', 
Maximilian'**^  William"%  Aquila''*,  Joseph'',  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Weare,  N.  H.,  June  15,  1857.  He  married  in  Reno,  Nev.,  Jan.  2, 
1902,  Edith  S.  Shriver,  daughter  of  Augustus  Frederick  and  Ellen  Summer- 
fold  (Gish)  Shriver.  As  a  boy  Mr.  Jewett  lived  in  Placer  Co.,  Cal.,  where 
he  attended  the  public  schools  of  the  neighborhood  until  his  17th  year,  when 
he  entered  the  Sacramento  High  School  and  was  a  classmate  of  Col.  Charles 
F.  Crocker,  William  J.  Davis,  P.  E.  Piatt,  and  others  who  have  since  be- 
come distinguished  men  of  California.  At  a  very  early  age  he  acquired  a 
local  reputation  as  a  writer  and  speaker,  and  was  several  times  sent  by  the 
taxpayers  to  present  arguments  on  bills  before  various  Legislative  com- 
mittees previous  to  reaching  his  majority.  In  1880  he  was  made  Sergeant- 
at-arms  of  the  California  Legislative  Assembly,  and  later,  acting  on  the  ad- 
vice of  some  of  the  most  prominent  men  in  the  State,  he  entered  the  Hastings 
Law  School,  spending  a  year  at  that  institution,  and  passed  a  very  credit- 
able examination.  At  the  end  of  this  period,  hard  work,  over  study,  and  a 
severe  attack  of  measles,  left  him  a  physical  wreck,  and  he  spent  the  next 
four  years  in  travel  on  land  and  sea,  seeking  a  restoration  of  health.  In 
1886,  sick  and  penniless,  he  went  to  Hanford,  Cal.,  and  engaged  in  the 
raisin  industry,  just  then  coming  into  prominence.  Understanding  this  busi- 
ness thoroughly,  he  soon  built  up  his  broken  fortunes  and  recovered  his  health. 
In  1889  he  packed  for  Charles  King  the  first  full  carload  of  raisins  ever  sent 
out  of  Tulare  or  Kings  County.  He  owns  a  tract  of  raisin  land  two  miles 
southwest  of  Hanford,  and  in  1890  and  1891  owned  and  conducted  a  raisin 
packing  establishment  in  the  town.  He  takes  a  deep  interest  in  public  af- 
fairs, and  is  a  recognized  leader  in  the  Republican  party ;  his  ability  as  a 
campaign  orator  being  so  well  known  that  the  Republican  State  Central  Com- 
mittee engaged  him  to  stump  the  State  for  that  party  in  1894,  and  he 
was  assigned  to  address  meetings  in  many  important  places  in  company  with 
such  men  as  Congressman  Grove  L.  Johnson,  the  "  Silver  Tongued  "  Brusie 
of  Sacramento,  and  other  noted  speakers  of  the  State.  He  was  again  en- 
gaged in  speaking  in  the  campaign  of  1906.  His  proud  boast  is  that  no 
man  ever  lost  a  dollar  by  him.  He  is  a  man  of  indefatigable  genius  and  dis- 
played great  courage  when,  sick  and  without  money,  he  started  in  the  raisin 
business,  in  which  he  has  raised  himself  to  a  position  of  independence. 

His  principal  business  is  fruit  raising,  and  while  being  a  graduate  of 


Ninth  Generation  '  675 

law  docs  not  practice  because  of  defective  hearing  caused  by   illness.      He 
is  a  member  of  the  Woodmen  of  the  World.     Resides  in  Hanford,  Cal. 

Child: 

6791  Augustus  Fairfax,  born  in  Hanford,  Cal.,  April  9,  1903. 

4375  ANGELIA  RICHARDSON  JEWETT  (Samuel-"",  Samuer^'"", 
Maximilian'^",  William^'*^  Aquila"*,  Joscph^\  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was 
born  in  Canaan,  Me.,  May  19,  1864.  She  married  in  Hamilton,  Bermuda, 
April  19,  1887,  Joseph  P.  Donnelly,  son  of  John  and  Katherine  (Phillip) 
Donnelly.  He  was  bom  in  St.  John,  Newfoundland,  Nov.  21,  1864;  was  a 
hotel  steward,  and  died  in  Halifax,  N.  S.,  June  5,  1890.  She  married  (2d), 
in  Los  Angeles,  Cal.,  July  10,  1900,  TJiomas  Randolph  Bennett,  who  was  bom 
in  England  Oct.  21,  1858.  They  reside  in  Havilah,  Cal.,  where  Mr.  Bennett 
IS  a  merchant. 

Child  by  first  husband: 

6792  Hazel  Richardson,  bom  in  Somerville,  Mass.,  July  19,  1888 ;  married 

in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  June  7,  1904,  John  Henry  Waterbury. 
He  was  born  in  Chicago,  Ilh,  Nov.  14,  1885,  and  died  in  Los 
Angeles,  Cal.,  June  5,  1906.  She  resides  in  Havilah.  One  child, 
Charlotte  Fernald,  born  Sept.  4,  1906. 

4376  LAURETTE  TROWBRH)GE  JEWETT  (Samuel-"%  Sam- 
ueP-'%  Maximilian"^  William''^  Aquila«%  Joseph^S  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Canaan,  Me.,  Oct.  24,  1866.  She  married  in  Somerville,  Mass., 
Oct.  7,  1890,  Richard  Henry  Merritt,  who  was  born  in  Worcester,  Mass., 
Nov.  27,  1858,  son  of  Planning  Tracy  and  Sarah  Elizabeth  (Lawrence)  Mer- 
ritt. They  reside  in  Somerville,  where  Mr.  Merritt  is  a  musician  and  book- 
keeper. 

Children : 

6793  Lucile,  born  in  Pasadena,  Cal.,  July  17,  1891. 

6794  John  Raymond,  bom  in  Pasadena,  Cal.,  Nov.  14,  1892. 

6795  Richard  Henry,  bom  in  Somerville,  Mass.,  Nov.  16,  1895. 

6796  Geneva,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Aug.  13,  1903. 

4384  BRYCE  ALEXANDER  JEWETT  (Bryce="%  Joshua"'", 
Maximilian"",  William'®%  Aquila"^,  Joseph'\  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was 
was  born  in  Frcdericton,  N.  B.,  Oct.  18,  1835.  He  married  in  Portland,  Me., 
Oct.  6,  1859,  Martha  Jane  Knight,  daughter  of  Frank  and  :\Iartha  (Nor- 
cross)  Knight.  She  was  born  in  North  Wayne,  Me.,  in  1S30,  and  died  in 
Ballston  Spa,  N.  Y.,  March  8,  1886.  He  married  (2d),  in  Hullston  Spa,  in 
1889,  Lucy  Barrett,  daughter  of  William  and  Sarah  Barrett.  Mr.  Jewett 
is  a  scythe  maker;  has  lived  in  North  Wayne,  Me.,  Winsted,  Conn.,  Ballston 
Spa,  N.  Y.,  and  now  resides  in  Woburn,  Mass. 


676  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children  by  first  wife: 

6797  Frank,  born  in  North  Wayne,  Me.,  in  1863 ;  died  in  Winsted,  Conn., 

in  1866. 

6798  Fred  Brjce,  born  in  Winsted,  Conn.,  Oct.  29,  1866;  married  Minnie 

Wilder  Gould.* 

Children  by  second  wife: 

6799  Ethel,  born  in  Ballston  Spa.,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  16,  1891. 

6800  Florence,  bom  in  Ballston  Spa,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  13,  1894. 

4386  CATHERINEI  HEA  JEWETT  (Bryce'^'",  Joshua^"% 
Maximilian''",  William"^  Aquila^*,  Joseph'',  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Fredericton,  N.  B.,  March  9,  1840.  She  married  in  Bangor,  Me., 
March  17,  1865,  John  Bartlett,  who  died  in  Bangor,  Jan.  10,  1893.  She 
resides  in  Bangor. 

Children,  born  in  Bangor,  Me.: 

6801  Frank  Irvin,  bom  July  7,  1866;  mai-ried  in  Bangor,  Jan.  2,  1891, 

Lizzie    Charlton.     One    child,    George,   born    in    Bangor,   July    8, 
1892. 

6802  George   Snow,   born   Oct.    4,   1867.      He   died   in   Bangor,    Aug.    7, 

1889,  leaving  one  child,  Harry,  bom  Aug.  9,  1888. 

6803  Harry,  bom  Nov.  27,  1869 ;  married  in  Bangor,  Dec.  7,  1890,  Adah 

Woodworth. 

6804  Roland,  born  Dec.  4,  1886. 

4387  JAMES  SCOTT  JEWETT  (Bryce'''"*%  Joshua'"'",  Maxi- 
mihan"",  WilHam'*^  Aquila®*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Fredericton,  N.  B.,  May  10,  1842.  He  married  in  Peru,  Me.,  Jan.  11, 
1863,  Lydia  J.  Wromwell.  He  married  (2d)  in  North  Jay,  Me.,  March  7, 
1876,  Laura  C.  Kimball,  daughter  of  Charles  and  Sarah  (Crafts)  Kimball. 
They  reside  in  North  Jay,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  North  Jay,  Me.: 

6805  Charles  K.,  born  Jan.  28,  1877 ;  resides  in  Boston,  Mass. 

6806  Ethel  B.,  bora  June  20,  1880;  resides  in  Boston,  Mas. 

6807  Walter  D.,  bom  Aug.  28,  1881 ;  resides  in  North  Jay. 

6808  Margia  L.,  born  March  18,  1883;  resides  in  North  Jay. 

6809  Richard  E.,  bom  Nov.  22,  1888 ;  resides  in  North  Jay. 

4389  HATTIE  LOUISE  JEWETT  (Bryce'"%  Joshua'"",  Maxi- 
milian"", Wimam"%  Aquila^S  Joseph",  Maximilian*,  Edward'),  was  bora  in 
Waterville,  Me.,  Oct.  2,  1844.  She  married  in  Pattern,  Me.,  Dec.  20,  1861, 
Joseph  Semple,  who  was  born  in  Omagh,  County  Tyrone,  Ireland,  Feb.  4, 
1834,  son  of  Francis  and  Mary  (Turner)  Semple.  He  was  in  the  hardware 
and  stove  business  in  Bangor,  Me.,  and  died  there  Dec.  25,  1898.  Mrs. 
Semple  resides  in  Bangor, 


NiN'TH  Generation  677 

Children,  born  in  Bangor,  Mc: 

6810  Lizzie   Annette,   born   March    10,   1863;   died   in    Bangor,   June   18, 

1881. 

6811  Annie  Louise,  born  Sept.  4,  1864;  married  Jan.  20,  1891,  Willard 

Lester  Bragg.      They  reside  in  Bangor. 

6812  Mary  Beck,  born  Oct.  20,  1866. 

6813  Charles  WilHani,  born  May  26,  1870;  married  Dec.  17,  1902,  Louise 

Uandlett  Patten.  They  reside  in  Bangor.  One  child,  Oscar  Pat- 
ten, born  in  Weymouth,  Mass.,  Feb.  1,  1904. 

6814  Margie  Dennison,  born  March  24,  1872;  died  Sept.  25,  1872. 

6815  James   Turner,   born   Dec.   3,   1873;   married   June   19,   1901,   Lena 

Romans.  They  reside  in  Weymouth,  Mass.  One  child,  Isabel, 
bom  in  Weymouth,  Sept.  20,  1902. 

6816  Sewall  Tenney,  born  Jan.   14,  1877;  married  June  6,   1904,  Daisy 

Mae  Dibble.     They  reside  in  Matteawan,  N.  Y. 

4399  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (Ahimaz-"%  John^"%  Joseph"", 
Ezra^^S  Aquila*^^,  Joseph^%  IMaximihan^,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Peterborough,  N.  H.,  Jan.  17,  1822.  She  married  Dec.  31,  1845,  by  Rev. 
Mr.  Curtis,  Samuel  C.  Clement,  who  was  born  Jan.  8,  1823,  and  died  from 
consumption  Oct.  3,  1846.  She  married  (2d)  Wilham  B.  Hale  of  Savannah, 
Ga.      She  resides  in  Chicago,  111.,  a  widow. 

Children,  all  hy  second  husband: 

6817  William  G.,  born  in  Savannah,  Ga.,  Feb.  9,  1849.     He  fitted  for  col- 

lege at  Exeter  Academy,  and  graduated  from  Harvard  in  1870; 
was  a  tutor  in  Harvard  and  later  pursued  his  studies  in  Germany. 
On  the  opening  of  the  University  of  Chicago,  he  was  placed  at 
the  head  of  the  Latin  Department,  which  position  he  has  filled 
since.  He  has  published  many  articles  and  in  1903  published  a 
Latin  Grammar.     Resides  in  Chicago. 

6818  Gertrude  E.,  born  in  Savannah,  Ga.,  Jan.  3,  1853.      She  was  edu- 

cated at  the  Bridgewater  Normal  School ;  was  a  teacher  in  Cam- 
bridgeport,  Mass.,  and  is  now  a  teacher  of  Latin  in  the  Packer 
Institute  of  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

6819  Charles  P.,  born  in  Peterborough,  N.  H.,  Aug.  4,  1857;  died  May 

22,  1859. 

4400  GEORGE  A.  JEWETT  (Ahimaz"'^  John^"",  Joseph"', 
Ezra"\  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  ]\Iaximilian\  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Peterborough,  N.  H.,  March  5,  1825.  He  married  Aug.  7,  1851,  Hannah 
B.  Brown,  daughter  of  Samuel  lirown.  She  was  born  in  Hollis,  N.  H.,  Feb.  * 
12,  1822,  and  died  July  23,  1859.  He  married  (2d)  Sept.  25,  I860,  Martha 
S.  Fay,  who  was  born  Dec.  17,  1831,  daughter  of  Deacon  Joel  Fay,      Mr. 


678  Jewett  Genealogy 

Jewett  was  a  merchant  and  settled  in  Lynn,  Mass.,  but  later  returned  to 
Peterborough,  where  he  died  Jan.  29,  1861. 

From  Peterborough  Transcript :  "  We  record  with  sadness  the  death 
of  our  worthy  and  esteemed  fellow  citizen.  Deacon  George  A.  Jewett.  His 
life  was  one  of  strict  integrity  and  good  morals,  and  his  chief  aim  was,  both 
by  precept  and  example,  that  liis  virtues  might  be  diffused  throughout  the 
entire  community.  His  death  just  in  the  prime  of  hfe  is  a  public  loss.  His 
obituary  can  be  written  in  a  few  words :  he  was  a  good  man  and  a  Christian." 
His  widow  married  his  brother  Charles. 

Children  by  first  wife: 

6820  Joel  A.,  born  in  Lynn,  Mass.,  Aug.  23,  1852 ;  married  Addie  B.  Emer- 

son.* 

6821  Mary  H.,  born  in  Peterborough,  N.  H.,  July  27,  1854;  married  June 

10,  1887,  John  Taft.     They  reside  in  Monroe,  Iowa. 

6822  George  H.,  born  in  Peterborough,  N.  H.,  Dec.   15,  1858;  married 

Aug.  8,  1887,  Sadie  Cleaworth.     They  reside  in  Des  Moines,  Iowa. 

Child  by  second  mfe: 

6823  Albert  E.,  born  in  Peterborough,  N.  H.,  Aug.  4,  1861 ;  married  May 

20,  1888,  Viola  Hall. 

4401  CHARLES  JEWETT  (Ahimaz-"^'*,  John'-«%  Joseph"'", 
Ezra^®%  Aquila^*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bora  in 
Peterborough,  N.  H.,  Oct.  23,  1827.  He  married  (1st)  Ann  Taylor.  Mar- 
ried (2d),  at  Manson,  Mass.,  April  19,  1865,  Mrs.  Martha  S.  (Fay)  Jewett, 
widow  of  his  brother  George.  She  died  Feb.  3,  1898.  Mr.  Jewett  served  in 
the  Third  N.  H.  Vols,  in  the  Civil  War.  He  was  a  blacksmith  and  always 
lived  in  Peterborough,  where  he  followed  his  trade  until  late  in  hie,  when  he 
became  blind. 

Child: 

6824  Fannie  M.,  born  in  Peterborough,  N.  H.,  June  13,  1867;  married 

Aug.  29,  1885,  George  A.  Willard.     Resides  in  Peterborough. 

4428  MOSES  NEWELL  JEWETT  (Shadrach  S.-"S  Moses"''^. 
Ezra"",  Ezra^S  Aquila*'*,  Joseph'',  Maximihan%  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Littleton,  Mass.,  Nov.  25,  1844.  He  married  in  Groton,  Mass.,  Oct.  6,  1867, 
Sarah"  Ellen  Washburne,  daughter  of  Levi  and  Mary  C.  (Schultz)  Wash- 
burne.     They  reside  in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  teamster. 

Children : 

6825  LilHan  May,  born  in  Groton,  Mass.,  April  14,  1871. 

6826  Howard  Newell,  born  in  Westford,  Mass.,  Aug.  8,  1872. 


4449     LYDIA     LITTLE      (William      T.-«'«,      Nancy"°%      Phebe 


Ninth  Generation  679 

Jeremiah"'%  Aquila"',  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born  Jan. 
17,  1835.  She  married  Dec.  — ,  185-i,  John  Barker.  He  died  and  she 
married  (2d)  Chauncey  H.  Wilcox,  a  farmer  of  Bloomington,  111,. 

Child  by  first  husband: 

6827  William  Tenney,  born  Feb.  22,  1856. 

Children  by  second  husband: 

6828  Chauncey  Edwin,  bom  Sept.  21,  1860. 

6829  Walter  Albert,  born  Oct.  18,  1862. 

4450  NANCY  TENNEY  LITTLE  (William  T.^"«,  Nancy"''% 
Phebe''',  Jeremiah''%  Aquila",  Joseph'',  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Wethersfield,  III.,  April  26,  1837.  She  married  Ingals  H.  Dodge,  who 
«as  born  in  Eden,  Vt.,  Aug.  22,  1830,  son  of  Christopher  and  Sarah  Maria 
(Ober)  Dodge  of  Johnson,  Vt.  He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War,  served 
three  years  in  Co.  H,  Ninth  Vt.  Regt.,  and  was  taken  prisoner  at  Harper's 
Ferry. 

Children : 

6830  Martin  Whitney,  bom  in  Elmore,  Vt.,  Sept.  27,  1856. 

6831  Mary  Willoughby,  bom  in  Morrisville,  Vt.,  June  12,  1858 ;  married 

Aug.  23,  1879,  Martin  P.  Berry,  a  farmer  of  Bridgewater,  N.  H. 

6832  Frank  Ingalls,  born  in  Elmore,  Vt.,  Dec.  18,  I860. 

6833  Edward  Asa,  born  in  Morrisville,  Vt.,  Oct.  21,  1862. 

6834  Clara  R.  (twin),  born  in  Morrisville,  Vt.,  Jan.  28,  1866. 

6835  Clarence  Eugene  (twin),  born  in  Morrisville,  Vt.,  Jan.  28,  1866;  died 

March  5,  1866. 

6836  George  Alfred,  born  at  Frankhn  Falls,  N.  H.,  March  18,  1868 ;  died 

July  14,  1875. 

6837  Hattie  Frances,  born  at  Franklin  Falls,  N.  H.,  Feb.  29,  1872. 

6838  Alice  Maria,  born  at  Franklin  Falls,  N.  H.,  Dec.  5,  1874. 

6839  Walter  Reuben,  born  in  Andover,  N.  H.,  Feb.  18,  1876. 

6840  Cora  Sylvia,  born  at  Franklin  Falls,  N.  H.,  Feb.  4,  1878. 

6841  Herman  Wilbur,  born  in  Northfiold,  N.  H.,  April  10,  1880. 

4451  ADELINE  PAULINE  LITTLE  (William  T.^"",  Nancy'"'% 
Phebe'^",  Jeremiah'*",  Aquila",  Joseph",  Maximilian\  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Wethersfield,  111.,  Aug.  27,  1841.  She  married  Aug.  15,  1864,  Stephen 
Palmer,  son  of  Simon  R.  and  Catherine  Palmer.  They  resided  in  West  Bux- 
ton, Me.,  where  he  was  a  shoemaker. 

Children : 

6842  Guy,  born  July  14,  1865. 

6843  Lee,  born  June  4,  1869. 

6844  Ella,  bom  July  13,  1872. 


680  Jewett  Genealogy 

4452  FRANCES  MARIA  LITTLE  (William  T."^%  Nancy"°% 
Phebe"',  Jeremiah"",  Aquila",  Joseph'',  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Wethersfield,  111.,  Jan.  16,  1844.  She  married  in  Lawrence,  Mass.,  Nov. 
28,  1866,  John  Murphy.     Resided  in  Milford,  N.  H. 

Children : 

6845  Emma  Pauline,  born  Nov.  15,  1867. 

6846  William  Edward,  born  April  4,  1869. 

6847  Alice  Josephine,  born  Dec.  17,  1871. 

6848  Nellie  Agnes,  born  March  31,  1874. 

6849  Louis  Bernard,  bom  July  29,  1876. 

4453  DR.  CHARLES  FREDERICK  LITTLE  (Caleb  J.  T.'"% 
Nancy'"*",  Phebe"%  Jeremiah"*",  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Milford,  N.  H.,  Jan.  27,  1836.  He  married  Feb.  22,  1866, 
Charlotte  Swift,  who  was  born  in  1843,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Eliza  H. 
Swift.  Dr.  Little  graduated  from  Rush  Medical  College  in  1863,  and  was 
Assistant  Surgeon  of  the  Nineteenth  111.  Vols.  After  the  war  he  settled  in 
Manhattan,  Kan.,  where  he  followed  the  practice  of  medicine.  He  was  Rep- 
resentative to  the  Legislature  in  1876,  and  held  other  positions  of  tmst. 

Children,  born  in  Manhattan,  Kan.: 

6850  Eliza  Ada,  bom  June  22,  1867. 

6851  Nellie  Perkins,  born  Dec.  15,  1868. 

6852  Blanch  Alpine,  born  Dec.  19,  1869 ;  died  Nov.  27,  1878. 

6853  Jennie  Belle,  bom  Oct.  8,  1871. 

6854  Frederick  Swift,  bom  June  25,  1873. 

4454  ELLEN  ELVIRA  LITTLE  (Caleb  J.  T.'"%  Nancy'""",  Phebe"% 
Jeremiah"",  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian",  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Milford,  N.  H.,  Oct.  6,  1839.  She  married  July  13,  1857,  George  Willard 
Perkins,  who  was  born  in  Derry,  N.  H.,  Oct.  23,  1832,  son  of  John  and  Mary 
(Searle)  Perkins.     They  resided  in  Farragut,  Iowa,  where  Mr.  Perkins  was 

a  farmer. 

Children : 

6855  Fred,  born  Aug.  11,  1858. 

6856  Charles  Forest,  born  March  9,  1862. 

6857  George  Willard,  born  Dec.  10,  1869. 

6858  Mary  Ellen,  bom  Nov.  9,  1871. 

4455  SARAH  JANE  LITTLE  (Caleb  J.  T.^"'%  Nancy"''%  Phebe"', 
Jeremiah'^",  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  IMaximilian",  Edward'),  was  born  in 
was  born  in  Milford,  N.  H.,  Nov.  7,  1843.  She  married  Oct.  13,  1863,  Dr. 
James  Forrest  Todd,  of  Lafayette,  111.  Dr.  Todd  graduated  from  Bellevue 
Medical  College  in  1862,  and  was  Surgeon  of  the  Fourth  111.  State  Militia. 


Ninth  Generation  681 

He  was  Mayor  of  Galva,  111.,  and  President  of  the  Board  of  Education  of 
that  place. 

Children : 

6859  Estelle,  born  June  25,  1865. 

6860  Forrest  B.,  born  March  27,  1870. 

6861  Harry  Claude,  born  Sept.  27,  1878. 

4457  WILLIAM  CUTTER  LITTLE  (Caleb  J.  T."",  Nancy ''°% 
Phebe"',  Jeremiah"%  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Wethcrsficld,  111.,  March  17, 1847.  He  married  June  2,  1875,  Anna  Louise 
Reed,  who  was  born  in  Canandaigua,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  31,  1853,  daughter  of  Wil- 
liam and  Lucinda  Reed.  They  resided  in  Wichita,  Kan.,  where  Mr.  Little 
was  a  lawyer  and  served  two  terms  as  Judge  of  Probate  of  Sedgwick  Co. 

Children: 

6862  Fred  William,  born  Nov.  16,  1877. 

6863  George  Reed,  born  May  3,  1880. 

4458  ELIZA  ANN  LITTLE  (Caleb  J.  T.-°'%  Nancy ''°%  Phebe"% 
Jeremiah^®",  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Wethersfield,  111.,  July  15,  1849.  She  married  Frank  Hays  Reed,  who  was 
bom  in  Canandaigua,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  31,  1847,  son  of  William  and  Lucinda 
(Hays)  Reed.     They  resided  in  Kewanee,  111.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  bom  in  Kewanee,  III.: 

6864  William  Little,  born  Dec.  15,  1873 :  died  Aug.  3,  1875. 

6865  Frank  Milfred,  born  May  27,  1876. 

6866  Nellie  Jennie,  born  Nov.  23,  1880. 

4459  DR.  GECJRGE  BAILEY  LITTLE  (Caleb  J.  Tr"'',  Nancy""', 
Phebe'^'%  Jeremiah^"",  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Wether-sfield,  111.,  April  15,  1851.  He  married  May  14,  1874,  Esther  M. 
Palmer,  who  was  bom  IMarch  25,  1854,  daughter  of  Grove  N.  and  Elizabeth 
Palmer.  Dr.  Little  graduated  from  Rush  Medical  College  in  1873  and  settled 
in  Burlington,  Iowa.  He  is  a  member  of  the  medical  staff  of  St.  Francis 
Hospital;  President  of  the  Training  School  for  Nurses  of  the  Burlington 
Hospital;  member  of  the  Iowa  State  and  Des  Moines  Co.  Medical  Societies 
and  Eastern  Iowa  District  Medical  Association  ;  President  of  the  Des  Moines 
Co.  Board  of  U.  S.  Pension  Examiners ;  Medical  Examiner  for  the  Travelers 
Insurance  Co.,  the  Connecticut  Mutual  Life  Ins.  Co.,  the  Bankers  Life  Asso- 
ciation of  Des  Moines,  and  the  Fidelity  Mutual  Life  Association  of  Phila- 
delphia. 

Children,  bom  in  litirliuf^ton,  Iowa: 

6867  Palmer  Jewett,  bom  June  25,  1876. 

6868  Lulu  Blanche,  born  Dec.  7,  ISSO. 


682  Jewett  Genealogy 

4463  LOUISE  STODDARD  LITTLE  (Henry  G.'"%  Nancy "°% 
Phebe"',  Jeremiah''",  Aquila*'',  Joseph'',  Maximihan%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Wethersfield,  111.,  May  29,  1845.  She  married  Dec.  27,  1865,  Henry  S. 
Viets  of  Oberlin,  Ohio.     They  settled  in  Grinnel,  Iowa. 

Children  : 

6869  Helen  Maude,  bom  Dec.  1,  1866. 

6870  Eddue,  born  ;  died  July  31,  1868. 

6871  Henry  Little,  born  Nov.  13,  1869. 

6872  Mary,  bom  June  15,  1872;  died  June  16,  1872. 

6873  Sarah  Elizabeth,  bom  June  15,  1875. 

6874  Louise  Stoddard,  born  July  25,  1877 ;  died  Nov.  17,  1878. 

4464  MARY  MAUDE  LITTLE  (Henry  G.'"%  Nancy"''%  Phebe"% 
Jeremiah"%  Aquila^*,  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Kewanee,  111.,  April  22,  1845.     She  married  July  25,  1872,  Prof.  Jesse  Macy. 

Children: 

6875  Jessie  Maud,  bom  June  8,  1873;  died  Dec.  31,  1875. 

6876  Edward  S.,  born  May  28,  1876;  died  Nov.  21,  1876. 

6877  Lyman  Stoddard,  born  Nov.  27,  1877 ;  died  Aug.  7,  1879. 

6878  Prescott  Little,  bom  Nov.  20,  1879. 

4469  CAPT.  EDWIN  HENRY  NEVIN  (Ruth  C.'""%  Nancy'^'^S 
Phebe"%  Jeremiah"'%  Aquila®*,  Joseph",  Maximihan%  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Portsmouth,  Ohio,  May  18,  1838.  He  married  Dec.  31,  1866,  Anna  C. 
Brooks,  daughter  of  Capt.  Joseph  Brooks  of  Boston,  Mass. 

Capt.  Nevin  was  educated  at  Knox  and  Amherst  Colleges.  He  served 
through  almost  the  whole  of  the  Civil  War;  was  in  command  of  Battery  N, 
Independent  Penn.  Light  Artillery,  and  was  on  Gen.  Slough's  staff  at  Alex- 
andria. He  later  became  editor  and  publisher  of  the  Evening  News  of  Phil- 
adelphia, and  was  Collector  for  that  port. 

Children: 

6879  Joseph  Brooks,  born  in  Kennebunkport,  Me.,  Oct.  16,  1867. 

6880  Edwin  Channing,  bom  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Dec.  20,  1869 ;  resides  in 

West  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

4470  DAVID  NEVIN  (Ruth  Cr"'',  Nancy'^^%  Phebe^^^  Jeremiah"% 
Aquila",  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Poland,  Ohio,  Dec. 
30,  1839.  He  married  Kate  Tinkier,  who  died  Jan.  20,  1881.  Mr.  Nevin 
was  the  publisher  of  the  Merchants'  and  Manufacturers'  Review  of  New 
York. 

Children,  born  in  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

6881  David,  born  Nov.  26,  1875. 


Ninth  Generation  683 

6882  Dunbar,  born  Jan.  8,  1877;  died  Jan.  — ,  1881. 

6883  Kate,  born  Aug.  24,  1879. 

4474  FLORENCE  ROSELLA  NEVIN  (Ruth  C.'"",  Nancy""% 
Phebe'",  Jeremiah'"",  Aquihi''\  Joseph' \  MaxiniiHan%  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Mt.  Vernon,  Ohio,  April  7,  1849.  Slie  married  Nov.  12,  1866,  E.  Cooper 
Shapley,  a  hiwyer  of  Philadelphia. 

Children: 

6884  Florence  Ncvin,  bom  Oct.  7,  1869. 

6885  Edward,  horn  Sept.  15,  1871. 

6886  Mary  Edith,  born  July  21,  1873. 

6887  Cooper,  bom  Sept.  17,  1876. 

6888  Lillie,  born  March  4,  1878. 

6889  Adele,  born  July  11,  1879. 

4501  RALPH  EMERSON  TENNEY  (William  N.=^«'",  Ralph  E.''", 
Phebe"^  Jeremiah"'^  Aquila^S  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward'),  was  born 
Sept.  23,  1849.     He  married  in  1873  Sally  Cutter. 

Children: 

6890  Ann  Ehzabeth,  born  . 

6891  Florence  May,  born  ;  married  C.  Fred  Worcester. 

6892  Kate  C,  born  ;  married  William  E.  Hardy  of  Arlington,  Mass. 

6893  Agnes  Fayette,  born . 

4511  MARY  BARKER  JEWETT  (John  C.=-",  Stephen'^=%  Ste- 
phen"*', Stephen'"',  Aquila''\  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Sidney,  Me.,  Oct.  11,  1823.  She  married  in  Machiasport,  Me.,  in  1845, 
Ezra  Sprague,  son  of  John  Sprague.  He  was  born  in  Eastport,  Me.,  and 
died  in  Kingston,  Jamaica,  in  1848.  She  married  (2d),  in  Machiasport,  in 
1848,  Charles  Billings,  son  of  Capt.  Jesse  and  Lydia  (Bussey)  Billings.  He 
was  born  in  Newburg,  Me.  Mr.  Billings  began  life  as  a  farmer,  after 
which  he  was  engaged  in  the  hotel  business,  and  later  followed  the  sea.  He 
died  on  a  voyage  from  Turks  Island  to  Baltimore,  Sept.  19,  1886,  and  was 
buried  at  sea.     Mrs.  Billings  died  at  Center  Lincolnville,  Jan.  20,  1879. 

Child  hy  first  hush  and: 

6894  Abbie  Ann,  l)om  in  ^Machiasport,  Me.,  Aug.  14,  1847;  married  Ham- 

son  Chapman.* 

Children  hy  second  Jiusharid,  horn  in  South  Xizc'hurg,  Me.: 

6895  Jesse,  born  Aug.  11,  1850;  married  Sarah  Elizabeth  Kennedv.* 

6896  Mary  Emily,  born  Aug.  22,  1851  ;  died  . 

6897  Charles  Holder,  bom  Feb.  22,  1854;  married  Ida  K.  Heal,  daughter 


684<  Jewett  Genealogy 

of  Stover  Heal  of  Center  Lincolnvillc,  Me.  She  died  Sept.  — , 
1880.  He  died  in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  Dec.  — ,  1900,  s.  p. 
6898  Caro  Jane,  born  April  14,  1858 ;  married  in  Center  Lincolnville,  Me., 
July  2,  1876,  Capt.  Evander  L.  French  of  Lincolnville,  Me.  They 
reside  in  Waltham,  Mass.  Two  children,  viz.,  Harry  L.,  bom 
in  Belfast,  Me.,  Feb.  9,  1880.  He  is  a  lawyer;  Floy,  bom  in  Bel- 
fast, Me.,  Jan.  12,  1891. 

4513  SARAH  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (John  C.^^'^S  Stephen"",  Ste- 
phen'^", Stephen'"',  Aquila*'*,  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Waterville,  Me.,  July  1,  1827.  She  married  Oct.  — ,  1847,  Abijah  G. 
Allen,  who  was  born  in  Whiting,  Me.,  June  — ,  1822,  son  of  John  Allen. 
John  Allen  settled  in  Machias,  Me.,  early  in  the  summer  of  1776.  H^  was  a 
distinguished  and  influential  citizen  and  a  large  property  holder  in  Nova 
Scotia,  but  he  was  obliged  to  leave  his  home  there  on  account  of  his  sympathy 
with  the  American  cause.  He  was  a  man  of  great  ability,  with  a  remarkable 
influence  among  the  friendly  Indians,  and  was  soon  emploj^ed  by  the  Govern- 
ment and  given  a  colonel's  commission,  having  full  charge  of  the  Indian  De- 
partment in  the  vicinity  of  Machias.  Abijah  G.  Allen  changed  the  spelling 
of  the  name  about  1858  to  Allan.  He  was  a  ship  carpenter  and  resided  in 
Machiasport,  Me.,  but  died  at  Ship  Island,  La.,  July  27,  1862,  in  the 
service  of  his  country.  Mrs,  Allen  married  (2d),  at  Newburg,  Me,,  Sept.  — , 
1865,  Samuel  L.  Hall,  a  farmer,  who  was  bora  in  South  Newburg,  Me.,  in 
1822,  and  died  there  Dec.  — ,  1897.      She  died  in  Brookline,  Mass.,  in  1899. 

Children,  all  by  first  husband: 

6899  John  Henry,  born  in  Machiasport,  Me.,  Aug.  27,  1848 ;  married  Mari- 

etta Willis  Palmer.* 

6900  Ella  W.,  born  in  East  Machias,  Me.,  July  — ,  1855 ;  married  in  1874 

Ruel  W.  Sawtelle.     Two  children,  Etta  and  Ruvie. 

4517  OLIVE  BARKER  JEWETT  (John  Cr''',  Stephen"",  Ste- 
phen"'",  Stephen'''^  Aquila*'%  Joseph'%  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Waterville,  Me.,  Nov.  21,  1833,  She  married  at  Machiasport,  Me,,  in 
1848,  Capt.  Frederick  Augustus  Small,  who  was  born  in  Machiasport  Nov. 
9,  1829,  son  of  Job  and  Susan  (Lane)  Small.  He  was  for  many  years  a 
sea-captain,  and  died  in  Machiasport,  July  5,  1893.  IVIrs.  Small  died  there 
Sept.  7,  1860. 

Children,  born  in  Machiasport,  Me.: 

6901  Ariana  Almira,  born  May  28,  1849 ;  married  William  Berton  Tobey.* 

6902  Adelia  Frances,  born  Dec.  23,  1851 ;  married  William  Henry  San- 

born.* 

6903  Hattie  Freeman  Jewett,  bom  Sept.  8,  1855 ;  married  at  Machias,  Me., 

Sept.  8,  1880,  Gustave  C.  Lamotte  of  Martinique,  W,  I,     He  died 


Ninth  Generation  685 

in  Paris,  France,  in  1895.      She  died  in  Boston,  Mass.,  June  S-l-, 
1902. 
6904<     Pliikna  Augusta,  born  Dec.  9,  1857 ;  died  in  Pensacola,  Fla.,  Dec.  24-, 
1864. 

4519  CAPT.  GEORGE  AUGUSTUS  JEWETT  (John  C.='",  Ste- 
phen"-*, Stephen''",  Stephcn'^%  Aquila«%  Joseph^',  :Maxiniilian\  Edward*), 
was  born  in  Watcrvillc,  Me.,  Oct.  1,  183T.  He  married  in  South  Ne\vl)urg, 
Me.,  in  1859,  Laura  x\nnc  Bussey,  who  was  born  in  Lincohiville,  Me.,  in  1837, 
daughter  of  Sanuicl  and  Lydia  (Pillsbur})  Bussey,  Jr.,  of  Wisconsin. 
Capt.  Jewett  is  a  seaman  and  resides  in  South  Porthmd,  Me. 

Child: 

6905  Blanche  E.,  born  in  Orrington,  Me.,  in  1872;  married  in  1889  Capt. 

E.  B.  Sanborn. 

4520  MARGARET  AUGUSTA  JEWETT  (John  C.'°",  Ste- 
phen"-', Stephen'^",  Stephen"%  Aquihx''\  Joscph^S  MaximilIan^  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Norridgcwock,  Me.,  March  28,  1840.  She  married  in  Xewburg, 
Me.,  in  1858,  Oscar  F.  Abbott,  who  was  bom  in  Hampden,  ]\Ie.,  April  13, 
1836,  son  of  Stephen  and  Hannah  (Whittier)  Abbott.  Mr.  Abbott  was  a 
soldier  in  the  Civil  War,  after  which  he  became  a  farmer.  They  reside  in 
Orono,  Me. 

Children : 

6906  Fred  Augustus,  bom  in  Newburg,  Me.,  July  12,  1859.     He  conducts 

a  dining-room  in  Orono. 

6907  George  Jewett,  born  in  Newburg,  ]Me.,  Feb.  24,  1861 ;  married  Oct. 

21,  1890,  Mary  J.  Hopkins  of  Brewer,  ]\Ic.  He  is  a  railroad 
conductor  and   resides   in   Brewer. 

6908  Hattie  Maria,  born  in   Newburg,  ]Me.,  April  16,   1864;  married   in 

1886  Albert  Mountfort  of  Brunswick,  ^le.  They  reside  in 
Nashua,  N.  H.,  where  he  is  a  railroad  official.  Two  children, 
Oscar  William  and  Rowena. 

6909  Charles  B.,  born  in  Passadumkeag,  Me.,  in  1868;  died  in  1872. 

6910  Carrie  A.,  born  in  Passadumkeag,  Me.,  in  1870;  died  in  infancy. 

6911  Lottie  N.,  bom  in  Passadumkeag,  Me.,  Jan.  27,  1872;  married  Sept. 

2,  1894,  Fred  C.  Park  of  Orono,  Me.  They  reside  in  Orono.  where 
he  is  a  hardware  merchant.      One  child,  Wilbur  Abbott. 

6912  Florence  Augusta,  bom  In  Passadumkeag,  Me.,  Aug.  27.  1877.      She 

is  a  school  teacher  and  resides  with  her  parents. 

4521  HANNAH  ALBINA  JEWETT  (John  C.'"*,  Stephen"",  Ste- 
phen"", Stcphcn*"%  Aqulla"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Machiasport,  Me.,  Nov.  7,  1842.  She  married  in  Newburg,  Me.,  Dec.  10, 
1865,  Daniel  Ingalls  Bussey,  who  was  born  in  Newburg,  Fcl).  24,  1824,  son 


686  Jewett  Genealogy 

of  Otis  I.  and  Eliza  G.  (Wheeler)  Bussey.     He  was  a  farmer  and  died  Sept. 
14,  1894.     Mrs.  Bussey  resides  in  Skowhegan,  Me. 

Children: 

6913  Lucy  Olive,  bom  Sept.  30,  1867. 

6914  Flora  Mabel,  born  Dec.  6,  1869;  married  Aug.  15,  1903,  John  Mc- 

Kinnen  of  Nova  Scotia.     They  reside  in  Auburn,  Me. 

6915  Lydia  Bermer,  bom  March  31,  1873;  married  Sept.  24,  1902,  Anson 

Savage  of  Skowhegan,  Me.  One  child,  Letha  Ruth,  born  in  Skow- 
hegan, Aug.  9,  1903. 

6916  Edith  Florence  Robinson,  born  April  9,  1875;  married  Jan.  4,  1897, 

George  W.  Savage  of  Skowhegan,  Me.  They  reside  in  Hallowell, 
Me.     One  child.  Flora  Jewett,  born  in  Hallowell,  June  21,  1901. 

6917  Hattie  Jewett,  born  Nov.  27,  1879. 

6918  Ariana  Nancy,  born  May  29,  1884. 

6919  Arthur  Garfield,  born  March  22,  1887. 

4524  STEPHEN  JEWETT  SMILEY  (Hannah  6."*=",  Ste- 
phen"", Stephen'''%  Stephen'«%  Aquila'S  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Sidney,  Me.,  March  13,  1827.  He  married  Martha  F.  Booth, 
who  was  born  in  Ticonderoga,  N.  Y.,  May  20,  1843,  daughter  of  Sidney  and 
Mehitable  Marsh  (Morrison)  Booth.  They  resided  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  where 
he  was  an  iron  moulder  and  where  he  died  Oct.  2,  1898.  His  widow  resides 
in  Lowell. 

Children,  horn  in  Lowell,  Mass.: 

6920  Frances  Augusta,  bom  June  1,  1865;  married  in  Lowell,  Aug.   6, 

1890,  Frank  Anderson  Bell,  who  was  bom  in  Lowell  March  26, 
1864,  son  of  Granville  and  Caroline  A.  (Wright)  Bell.  They  re- 
side in  Lowell,  where  he  is  a  machinist,  s.  p. 

6921  Clara  Scott,  born  Sept.  29,  1868 ;  married  in  Lowell,  Oct.  5,  1888, 

Frank  Soper  Bean,  who  was  bom  in  Coventry,  Vt.,  Aug.  1,  1865, 
son  of  Charles  Story  and  Ellen  (Soper)  Bean.  They  reside  in 
Lowell,  where  he  is  in  the  produce  business. 

4525  ELIZABETH  SMILEY  (Hannah  B.^"",  Stephen''-',  Ste- 
phen^^°,  Stephen'^%  Aquila^*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Sidney,  Me^,  Jan.  19,  1828.  She  married  Freeman  Tuttle,  who  was  born 
in  Durham,  N.  H.,  Nov.  24,  1825,  son  of  Benjamin  and  Annie  (Cortland) 
Tuttle.  They  settled  in  Manchester,  N.  H.,  and  removed  to  Bushnell,  111., 
where  he  was  in  the  real  estate  business  and  where  she  died  April  29,  1866. 

Children : 

6922  Kate  Elizabeth,  born  in  Manchester,  N.   H.,  April  14,   1849;   died 

there  Aug.  7,  1853. 


Ninth  Generation  687 

6923  Martha  Anna,  born  in  Manchester,  N.  H.,  Aug.  19,  1854;  married 

Albert  Ozro  Allen.* 

6924  Fred  Eugene,  born  in  Manchester,  N.  H.,  March  11,  1856;  died  in 

Bushnell,  111.,  Oct.  6,  1864. 

6925  Elizabeth  Smiley,  bom  in  Bushnell,  111.,  April  27,  1866;  died  there 

June  4,  1866. 

4531  SARAH  THEUSA  SMILEY  (Hannah  B."",  Stephen"",  Ste- 
phen''*%  Stephen^®®,  Aquila"*,  Joseph^S  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born 
in  IMonson,  Me.,  Sept.  2,  1844.  She  married  in  Manchester,  N.  H.,  March 
13,  1865,  Merrill  Franklin  Stevens,  who  was  born  in  Manchester  Sept.  11, 
1841,  son  of  Daniel  L.  and  Sally  (Hutchinson)  Stevens.  They  resided  in 
Manchester,  where  he  was  a  salesman  and  where  he  died  May  5,  1876.  Mrs. 
Stevens  resides  in  Hopedale,  Mass. 

Child: 

6926  Frances  Melissa,  born  in  Manchester,  N.  H.,  Dec.  28,  1868 ;  married 

there,  Sept.  9,  1891,  William  H.  Nelson,  who  was  born  in  Man- 
chester June  6,  1869,  son  of  William  H.  and  Elizabeth  (Plump- 
ton)  Nelson.     They  reside  in  Hopedale,  Mass. 

4532  RICHARD  BRADLEY  JEWETT  (Stephen'^"",  Stephen"",  Ste- 
phen'*°,  Stephen^^^  Aquila^*,  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Wilmington,  N.  C,  Oct.  2,  1845.  He  married  June  25,  1868,  Sallie 
Blount  Winslow,  who  was  bom  in  Fayetteville,  N.  C,  March  18,  1847, 
daughter  of  Edward  and  Sallie  (Little)  Winslow.  They  reside  in  Wilming- 
ton, where  she  died  May  30,  1871.  He  married  (2d),  Dec.  8,  1874,  Susan 
Hall  Lane,  who  was  born  in  Wilmington  in  1851,  daughter  of  Thomas  and 
Sophia  (Ashe)  Lane. 

Children,  born  in  Wilmington,  N.  C.     By  first  wife: 

6927  Edward  Winslow,  bom  July  15,  1869;  resides  in  Savannah,  Ga. 

6928  Lucy  Bradley,  bom  May  26,  1871 ;  died  May  28,  1871. 

By  second  wife: 

6929  Sallie  Blount,  born  Nov.  11,  1875. 

6930  Thomas  Lane,  born  March  8,  1878. 

6931  Sophia  Ashe,  bom  March  13,  1879;  died  Nov.  18,  1883. 

6932  Lillie  Bell,  bora  July  25,  1882. 

4533  STEPHEN  JEWETT  (Stephen^"",  Stephen"",  Ste- 
phcn'^%  Stephen^'•^  Aquila",  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Wilmington,  N.  C,  Jan.  9,  1846.  He  inarriid  there  Jan.  2,  1882,  Sallie 
Wallace  Carpenter,  daughter  of  Alfred  and  Emily  E'va  Carpenter.  She 
was  bom  in  FrcdcTicksburg,  Va.,  Jan.  2,  1862,  and  died  Aug.  19,  1894,  s.  p. 


688  Jewett  Genealogy 

He  married  (2d),  in  Wilmington,  Dec.  13,  1899,  Isabel  R.  Carpenter,  who 
was  bom  in  Wilmington,  May  7,  1875,  daughter  of  Alfred  and  Emily  Eva 
Carpenter.  They  reside  in  Wilmington,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  member  of 
the  firm  of  Carpenter  and  Jewett,  retail  grocers. 

Child: 

6933  Alfred  Carpenter,  born  in  Wilmington,  N.  C,  June  14,  1903. 

4534  WILLIAM  LORD  JEWETT  (Stephen-«'^%  Stephen^'",  Ste- 
phen'*^  Stephen"%  Aquila^*,  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Wilmington,  N.  C,  Aug.  17,  1847.  He  married  in  Petersburg,  Va.,  June 
1,  1876,  Annie  Rosalie  Sandford,  daughter  of  John  William  and  Margaret 
(Halliday)  Sandford.  She  was  bom  in  Fayetteville,  N.  C,  May  25,  1854, 
and  died  in  Ocala,  Fla.,  May  8,  1903.  Mr.  Jewett  attended  school  until  eleven 
years  of  age,  when  on  account  of  illness  he  was  obliged  to  give  up  his  studies 
for  several  years.  He  later  educated  himself  and  settled  in  Wilmington, 
where  he  resided  until  1888,  when  he  removed  to  Ocala,  Fla.,  where  he  became 
a  bookkeeper  and  Avhere  he  and  his  children  now  reside. 

Children,  born  in  Wilmington,  N.  C: 

6934  Stephen,  born  June  23,  1877. 

6935  Meta  Glass,  born  April  11,  1879. 

6936  John  Sandford,  born  Sept.  25,  1881. 

4535  ELIZA  YONGE  JEWETT  (Stephen-*''^,  Stephen''-',  Ste- 
phen'^-%  Stephen'®^,  Aquila®*,  Joseph'^,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Wilmington,  N.  C,  Dec.  10,  1849.  She  married  there  Oct.  27,  1875, 
Rev.  Edward  Wootten,  who  was  born  in  Pitt  Co.,  N.  C,  Oct.  6,  1839,  son  of 
Shadrach  and  Mary  E.  (Murphy)  Wootten,  They  reside  in  Wilmington, 
where  Mr.  Wootten  is  an  Episcopal  clergyman. 

Children: 

6937  Bradley  Jewett,  born  in  Lewiston,  N.  C,  Oct.  12,  1876;  married  Aug. 

1,   1901,   Ann  Westfield   Cotchett.      He  was   a   lieutenant  in  the 
U.  S.  Army,  and  died  in  Cuba,  Dec.  15,  1901. 

6938  Lucy  Owen,  born  in  Lewiston,  N.  C,  May  28,  1878. 

6939  Edward  Y.,  bom  in  Lewiston,  N.  C,  Feb.  24,  1880. 

6940  Mary  M.,  born  in  Lewiston,  N.  C,  Aug.  18,  1881. 

6941  Roberta  D.,  bom  in  Statesville,  N.  C,  Aug  24, 1883 ;  died  in  Wilming- 

ton, N  C,  Sept.  24,  1889. 

6942  Amoret  C,  born  in  Statesville,  N.  C,  Sept.  27,  1885. 

6943  Anna  E.,  born  in  Statesville,  N.  C,  Dec.  12,  1888. 

4536  HEiNRY  BRADLEY  JEWETT  (Stephen=«=^«,  Stephen"",  Ste- 
phen'^®'',  Stephen"^  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Wilmington,  N.  C,  June  15,  1851.     He  married  there,  Nov.  — ,  1876, 


Ninth  Generation  689 

Jane  Dunham.      They  lived  hi  Wihnington.      He  died  in  Baltimore,  Md.,  in 
1901. 

Childriii,  honi  in  ]yUmlngton,  N.  C: 
694-1^      Mary  Batchelor,  born  ,  1881. 

6945  A  son,  born ;  died  in  infancy. 

4540  DR.  KOBEUT  DRANE  JEWETT  (Stephen'"'^",  Stephen''^ %  Ste- 
phen"*°,  Stephen'"'*,  Aquila''^  Joseph'^  Maximilian'',  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Wilmington,  N.  C,  Nov.  17,  1859.  He  married  Oct.  22,  1891,  Susan 
Rowena  Phillips,  daughter  of  Rev.  Charles  Phillips  of  Chapel  Hill,  N.  C. 
She  died  without  issue,  and  he  married  (2d),  Sept.  8,  1897,  Frances  Hardin, 
who  was  born  in  Morganton,  N.  C,  jNIarch  6,  1869,  daughter  of  Thomas  H. 
and  Margaret  (Lillington)  Hardin.  Dr.  Jewett  graduated  from  the  Medi- 
cal Department  of  the  University  of  Virginia  in  the  class  of  1888.  They 
reside  in  Winston-Salem,  N.  C,  where  he  follows  his  profession.  He  is  Sur- 
geon of  the  Third  N.  C.  Regiment  of  jNlilitia,  and  Superintendent  of  Health 
of  Hanover  Co.,  N.  C. 

Children,  born  in  Winston-Salem,  except  first: 

6946  Thomas  Hardin,  born  in  Wilmington,  N.  C,  Oct.  29,  1898. 

6947  Frances  Lillian,  born  Nov.  13,  1899. 

6948  Lucy  Y.,  born  Jan.  3,  1901. 

6949  Robert  Drane,  born  May  28,  1902. 

4543  HON.  CHARLES  FRED  JEWETT  (Frederick  A.^*'",  Ste- 
phen''-*, Stephen"^,  Stephen'''^  Aquila",  Joseph'',  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Sidney-,  Me.,  Aug.  19,  1836.  He  married  in  Rushford,  Wis.,  Jan. 
9,  1858,  Cordelia  A.  Bliss,  who  was  born  in  Georgia,  Vt.,  June  20,  1839. 

Mr.  Jewett,  as  a  bo}-,  helped  his  father  on  the  farm  in  summer  and  at- 
tended public  school  in  winter  imtil  he  was  sixteen  years  of  age,  when  he 
entered  the  Lawrence  University  at  Appleton,  Wis.,  where  he  studied  about 
four  years.  He  then  began  teaching  district  schools  and  engaged  in  farm- 
ing. .  For  a  short  time  he  was  engaged  in  lumbering  with  his  father  in  Wis- 
consin, after  which,  in  1869,  he  reniovud  to  ^litchell  Co.,  Iowa,  and  bought  a 
small  farm,  teaching  in  winter  and  farming  in  summer.  In  1878  he  sold 
this  farm  and  removed  to  Worth  Co.,  Iowa,  and  ijought  a  larger  farm,  where 
he  now  resides.  He  has  held  township  offices ;  was  elected  County  Supervisor 
i)i  1899;  Representative  for  Worth  Co.  in  the  Iowa  Legislature,  serving  one 
term  in  1890;  was  elected  State  Senator  for  the  Senatorial  district,  com- 
posed of  three  counties,  and  served  in  the  Senate  in  1892  and  1894.  lie  has 
been  postmaster  of  his  town  a  number  of  years.  Residence,  Glade,  Worth 
Co.,  Iowa. 

Children: 

6950  Harley    Gay,    born    in    Plainfield,    Wis.,    March    25,    I860;    married 

Christena  Whitcome.      He  died  in  Glade,  Iowa,  Feb.  8,  1891,  s.  p. 


690  Jewett  Genealogy 

6951  Melvin  Burton,  born  in  Pine  Grove,  Wis.,  Aug.  3,  1864;  married  Lil- 

lian Hildreth.* 

6952  Elbert  Eugene,  born  in  Pine  Grove,  Wis.,  April  1,  1866;  married 

Mary  Bunce.* 

6953  Frank  Wilbur,  born  in  Randolph,  Wis.,  Feb.  6,  1869 ;  married  Hattie 

Miller.* 

6954  Josephine  Elizabeth,  bom  in  Osage,  Iowa,  Nov.  13,  1875. 

6955  Orville  Ross,  born  in  Glade,  Iowa,  July  17,  1881. 

4544  MARTHA  LOVE  JEWETT  (Frederick  A.'''",  Stephen"",  Ste- 
phen°^^  Stephen^^^  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Waukesha,  Wis.,  March  4,  1840.  She  married  in  Appleton,  Wis.,  Jan. 
25,  1859,  Alvan  Freeman  Foote,  who  was  born  in  Wellington,  Ohio,  Jan.  14, 
1835,  son  of  Elisha  Percival  and  Roxalena  (Freeman)  Foote.  They  reside 
in  Riceville,  Iowa,  where  Mr.  Foote  is  a  bookkeeper  and  farmer. 

Children,  born  m  Riceville,  Iowa: 

6956  Alvin  Fred,  bom  Aug.  5,  I860 ;  died  in  1863. 

6957  Lena  Bell,  born  Sept.  12,  1862;  died  in  1863. 

6958  Edwin  Harold,  born  June  27,  1864;  married  in  Riceville,  May  18, 

1892,  Mehitable  McRosie,  who  was  bom  Nov.  28,  1871.  They 
reside  in  Riceville.  One  child,  Cecil  Edwin,  born  in  Riceville,  Oct. 
23,  1901. 

6959  Myrtle  May,  bom  July  2,  1866 ;  married  in  Jenkins,  Iowa,  Feb.  26, 

1890,  John  Austin  Mason,  who  was  born  in  Wasiopa,  Minn.,  Jan. 
25,  1858.  They  reside  in  Dodge  Center,  Minn.  One  child,  Berk- 
ley Alvan,  born  in  Dodge  Center,  Sept.  18,  1891. 

6960  Harley  Benjamin,  born  Feb.  1,  1869;  married  in  Cresco,  Iowa,  Dec. 

7,  1900,  Elizabeth  Millington,  who  was  born  in  Cresco,  April  24, 
1876.  They  reside  in  Stewartville,  Minn.  Two  children  born 
there,  viz.,  Olive  Marie,  born  Jan.  7,  1902;  and  Lucile  Ellen,  born 
Feb.  8,  1903. 

6961  Alice  Mabel,  bom  Nov.   17,  1874;  married  in  Stewartville,  Minn., 

March  8,  1904,  Raymond  Minnis,  who  was  born  in  Riceville, 
Iowa,  Aug.  7,  1878.     They  reside  in  Riceville. 

6962  Bernard  Percival,  bom  May  2,  1884. 

4547  MARY  ELLEN  JEWETT  (Frederick  A.^^"",  Stephen"",  Ste- 
phen"^"',  Stephen^'^,  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Rosendale,  Wis.,  Sept.  25,  1847.  She  married  at  Phover,  Wis.,  Nov.  26, 
1867,  Charles  Edgar  Pierce,  who  was  born  in  New  York  State,  April  29, 
1841,  son  of  Charles  and  Sarah  (Leslie)  Pierce.  They  reside  in  Dodge 
Center,  Minn.,  where  Mr.  Pierce  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

6963  Florence  Myra,  born  in  Poygan,  Wis.,  Feb.  14,  1869  ;  married  at  Clear 

Lake,  Iowa,  July  10,  1900,  Milton  Elarl  Kern,  who  was  born  in 


Ninth  Generation  691 

Bedford,  Ind.,  May  4,  1875,  son  of  Allen  Green  and  Llna  (Boyd) 
Kern.  They  reside  in  College  View,  Neb.,  where  Mr.  Kem  is  an 
instructor  in  History  and  the  Bible  in  Union  College. 

6964  Frank  Henry    (triplet),  born   at   Clear  Lake,  Iowa,  May   10,  1874; 

resides  in  Dodge  Center,  Minn. 

6965  Addic  May  (triplet),  born  at  Clear  Lake,  Iowa,  May  10,  1874;  died 

in  infancy. 

6966  Alice  Marie  (triplet),  born  at  Clear  Lake,  Iowa,  May  10,  1874;  died 

in  infancy. 

4548  STEPHEN  HENRY  JEWETT  (Frederick  A.'«",  Ste- 
phen"", Stephen'''%  Stephen"',  Aquila''\  Joseph",  Maxiniilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Utica,  Wis.,  l\Iarch  8,  1853.  About  1872  he  married  Hannah 
Bean  of  Portage  Co.,  Wis.  After  living  together  about  three  years  they 
were  divorced.  He  married  (2d),  in  1888,  Alice  M.  Hull,  daughter  of  Ham- 
ilton and  !Maria  Louise  (Clark)  Hull.  Mr.  Jewett  was  educated  in  the  dis- 
trict schools  of  Maine  and  the  Waterville,  Me,,  Academy.  He  resides  in 
Milton  Junction,  Wis.,  where  he  is  engaged  in  the  manufacture  of  patent 
medicine  and  flavoring  extracts.     Mrs.  Jewett  died  July  22,  1899. 

Child  hy  -first  wife: 

6967  Frederick  Augustus,  born  Oct.  28,  1872;  resides  in  St.  Paul,  Minn. 

Children  hy  second  wife: 

6968  Edna  Louise,  born  Sept.  28,  1890. 

6969  Charles  Henry,  born  Feb.  21,  1893. 

4549  EMILY  AUGUSTA  JEWETT  (William  Vr'''\  Stephen'^",  Ste- 
phen°^',  Stephen"S  Aquila®*,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Sidney,  Me.,  Dec.  10,  1828.  She  married  in  Hudson,  Me.,  May  14,  1863, 
Watson  Cook,  who  was  born  in  Frankfort,  now  Winterport,  Me.,  March  17, 
1820,  son  of  David  and  Mary  (Wardwcll)  Cook. 

They  resided  in  Newport,  Me.,  where  Mr.  Cook  was  a  merchant,  and 
where  he  died  March  23,  1866.      INIrs.  Cook  died  there  June  10,  1885. 

Children,  horn  in  Xncporf,  Me.: 

6970  Howard  Matthews,  born  Dec.  23,  1864.      lie  resides  in  Bangor,  Me., 

where  he  is  a  lawyer. 

6971  Mary  Louise,  born  May  17,  1867.      She  is  a  medical  student  and  lives 

in  Boulder,  Col. 

4552  HELEN  MARIA  JEWETT  (William  P.="%  Stephen''",  Ste- 
phen'''%  Stephen'",  Aquila"',  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Stillwater,  Me.,  Feb.  1,  1835.      She  married  in  Hudson,  Mo.,  Jan.  1,  1865, 


692  Jewett  Genealogy 

Eben  G.  Cross,  who  was  born  in  Braincrd,  Me,,  July  28,  1825,  son  of  Noah 
and  Hannah  (Thompson)  Cross,     They  reside  in  Winona,  Minn. 

Children : 

6972  Walter  Perry,  bom  in  Herman,  Me,,  Oct,  14,  1865;  married  Sarah 

A.  Rcdfield,* 

6973  Myrtilla,  born   in   Herman,   Me,,   Sept.   22,   1867;   married  Alfred 

Atthow.* 

6974  Grace  Agnes,  born  in  Winona,  Minn.,  Aug.  13,  1869;  married  Elmer 

E.  Beard.* 

6975  Myra  Emma,  born   in  Winona,  Minn.,  Feb.  16,  1870. 

6976  Hattie  Louise,  born  in  Winona,  Minn.,  June  6,  1873;  married  Frank 

W.  Ranier.* 

4553  ANGELINE  MOORE  JEWETT  (Wilham  Vr''\  Stephen^'", 
Stephen°^%  Stephen^®^  Aquila*''*,  Joseph",  Maximihan%  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Sidney,  Me.,  Sept,  22,  1836.  She  married  in  Newburyport,  Mass.,  March 
2,  1853,  Frederick  Augustus  Ricker,  who  was  bom  in  Alfred,  Me.,  April  28, 
1832,  son  of  Levi  and  Mary  (Littlefield)  Ricker.  The}^  reside  in  Newbury- 
port, where  Mr.  Ricker  is  a  mechanic. 

Children,  horn  in  Newburyport,  Mass.: 

6977  Eunice  Augusta,  born  Sept.  2,  1854;  married  Edward  Foster  Man- 

ning.* 

6978  Harriet  Shaw,  born  Jan.  3,  1857 ;  died  Jan.  12,  1859. 

6979  Ella  Florence,  born  ;  married  April  9,  1896,  Herman  Albert 

Roeding,  who  was  born  in  Prussia,  March  8,  1846,  son  of  Henry 
and  Rosalie  (Hausman)  Roeding.     He  is  a  shoemaker. 

6980  Angie  Scott,  bom  July  17,  1861 ;  married  Oct.  24,  1890,  Thomas 

James  King,  a  florist  of  West  Newbury,  Mass.,  where  she  died 
April  3,  1897, 

6981  Laura  Frances,  born  Feb,  18,  1867 ;  married  James  Albert  Knight,* 

6982  Edgar  JcAvctt,  born  Oct,  11,  1868;  married  in  Boston,  Mass.,  April 

19,    1890,   Katherine   Power,   who    was   born    in   Halifax,   N.    S., 
March  25,  1867.     They  reside  in  Wakefield,  Mass. 

6983  Frank  Levi,  born  July  8,  1870 ;  married  Susie  Emery  Todd.* 

6984  William  Frederic,  born  Sept.  25,  1872. 

6985  Charles  Bronback,  born  Jan.  19,  1875. 

4554  MYRA  JANE  JEWETT  (William  P.'«'«,  Stephen"",  Stephen"^'', 
Stephen^^*,  Aquila®*,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Sidney, 
Me.,  July  6,  1838.  She  married  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  July  13,  1870,  Charles 
Barker,  who  was  born  in  Burlington,  Me.,  April  20,  1835,  son  of  Noah  and 
Tabitha  (Page)  Barker.  They  reside  in  Burlington,  where  Mr.  Barker  is  a 
farmer. 


Ninth  Generation  693 

Children,  bom  in   liurliii^ton.  Me.: 
69«6     George  A.,  born  April  17,  1871 ;  died  July  19,  1874. 

6987  Percy  E.,  born  July  J26,  1H75  ;  resides  in  Bangor,  Me. 

6988  Clifton  D.,  born  Dec.  30,  1876;  resides  in  Burlington. 

69S9      Florilla  A.,  born  Nov.   f2(),  1878.      Slie  is  in   tiie  training  school  for 
nurses  of  the  State  Hospital  in  Tewksbury,  Mass. 

4556  PAl'LINE  ELLEN  JEWETT  (William  P.^"",  Stephen'='^% 
Stephen*"',  Stephen*'*%  Aquila  "*,  Joseph",  Maximilian'',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Monson,  Me.,  Oct.  9,  1841.  She  married  in  Mantorville,  Minn.,  Oct.  SI, 
1867,  George  Augustus  Milliken,  who  was  born  in  Charlestown,  Me.,  April 
6,  1842,  son  of  Isaac  IL  and  Catherine  (Wooderson)  Milliken.  They  reside 
in  Jackson,  Mich.,  where  Mr.  Milliken  follows  the  practice  of  law. 

Child: 

6990  Charles    Augustus,    born    May    16,    1870;    married    Mary    Augusta 

Hooth.     They  reside  in  Jackson. 

4564  HARRY  LELANI)  JEWETT  (Benjamin  F.=«"=,  Stephen"==% 
Stephen"*,  Stephen"%  Aquila'"%  Joseph",  Maximilian'',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Sidney,  Me.,  March  5,  1861.  He  married  June  26,  1889,  Eva  E.  Penney 
of  Augusta,  ]\Ie.,  daughter  of  Roscoe  Penney.  Mr.  Jewett  graduated  from 
Colby  University  in  the  class  of  1885.  He  acted  as  principal  of  the  Rich- 
mond, Me.,  high  school  for  a  while  and  during  his  leisure  time  in  that  place 
studied  law  in  the  office  of  the  late  F.  J.  Buker.  He  later  went  to  Augusta, 
where  he  studied  law  in  Hon.  H.  ;^L  Heath's  office,  being  admitted  to  the  bar 
in  March,  1893.  He  removed  to  Hallowell,  Me.,  where  he  practiced  law  for 
some  time  and  was  chosen  City  Solicitor.  He  later  removed  to  Victor,  Col., 
where  he  engaged  in  the  lumber  business,  and  where  he  died  Aug.  30,  1894. 
His  widow  married  in  Augusta,  Me.,  in  1906,  Mr.  Whitehousc,  and  with  her 
child  resides  there. 

ChUd: 

6991  Genevieve  Lcland,  born  Dec.  18,  1891. 

4565  EUGENE  WILDER  JEWETT  (Benjamin  F."«,  Stephcn'='=% 
Stephen'",  Stephen"^  Aquila",  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Sidney,  Me.,  Jan.  16,  1863.  He  married  in  Aspen,  Col.,  Feb.  23,  1898, 
Mabel  Irene  Garrison,  who  was  born  in  Sharon,  Pa.,  Nov.  30,  1869,  daugh- 
ter of  James  Henry  and  Alice  (Henderson)  Garrison.  They  reside  in  Aspen, 
where  he  is  a  merchant. 

Children,  horn  in  Aspen,  Col.: 

6992  Harry  Eugene,  born  Feb.  ,  1899. 

6993  James  Frank,  born  April ,  1901. 


694  Jewett  Genealogy 

4570  EVA  AUGUSTA  JEWETT  (Ebenezer  B.-'^",  Stephen"'% 
Stephen^*^  Stephen'''^  Aquila''*,  Joscph^S  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Wautoma,  Wis.,  Nov.  29,  1853.  She  married  in  Omro,  Wis.,  April  13, 
1876,  John  Hunter  Parks,  who  was  bom  in  Standingstone  Township,  Brad- 
ford Co.,  Pa.,  June  4,  1845,  son  of  John  and  Mary  (Hunter)  Parks.  Mr. 
Parks  was  engaged  for  many  years  in  lumbering  in  the  woods  of  Wisconsin 
and  the  upper  peninsula  of  Michigan.  They  later  settled  in  Crystal  Falls, 
Mich.,  where  he  is  a  grocery  and  hardware  merchant. 

Children: 

6994  Edna  May,  born  in  Bovina,  Wis.,  Nov.  27,  1878;  married  William 

M.  Jolliffe.* 

6995  Bessie  Belle,  bom  in  Crystal  Falls,  Mich.,  Nov.  9,  1885 ;  died  there 

Sept.  28,  1887. 

6996  John  Augustus,  born  in  Crystal  Falls,  Mich.,  June  18,  1890;  died 

there  Jan.  31,  1891. 

4574  STEPHEN  JEWETT  SMITH  (Harrison  G.  0.-"'%  Nancy"=% 
Stephen^^^  Stephen'^%  Aquila*^*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Hollis,  N.  H.,  June  15,  1850.     He  married  July  2,  1874,  Mary  Bradley, 

daughter  of  Ezekiel  and  Lydia  (Don)   Bradley.     She  was  born  May  , 

1850,  and  died  Feb.  26,  1887.     Mr.  Smith  is  a  cooper  and  resides  in  New 
York. 

Children,  born  in  Hollis,  N.  H. : 

6997  Florence  L.,  born  Aug.  ,  1877 ;  married  Dec.  23,  1896,  Fred  B. 

Spaulding,  who  was  born  Oct.  21,  1871,  son  of  Charles  S.  and 
Mercian  (Barton)  Spaulding  of  Hollis.  He  is  a  filer  and  fitter 
of  band  saws  in  the  employ  of  the  Diamond  Match  Co.  Mrs. 
Spaulding  died  Oct.  18,  1904,  leaving  one  child,  Dorothy  Vernon, 
born  in  Townsend,  Mass.,  April  9,  1901. 

6998  Clara,  born  April  3,  1877.     She  is  a  school  teacher. 

6999  Bertha  H.,  born ,  1882;  married  Leon  R.  Moss.     They  reside  in 

Nashua,  N.  H.,  where  he  is  a  milk  dealer. 

4577  HENRY  THAYER  WOODS  (Hannah  M.-«'^  Hannah"=^% 
Stephen"%  Stephen'^*,  Aquila^*,  Joseph'^  Maximilian^  Edward'),  was  born 
June  28,  1830.  He  married  in  Boston,  Mass.,  May  8,  1856,  his  second 
cousin,  Ellen  Thayer,  and  died . 

Children: 

7000  Henry  Emest,  born  June  5,  1857. 

7001  Herbert,  born  Feb.  27,  1861. 

7002  Arthur  Lawrence,  born  Feb.  15,  1870. 

4586  EDWARD    THAYER    ABBOTT     (Elizabeth-««»,    Hannah"^", 


Ninth  Generation  695 

Stephen"*,  Stephen^°^  Aquilji"\  Joseph'\  Maxiniilian%  Edward^),  was  born 
June  30,  1843.  He  married  Margaret  Daisy  dishing,  who  was  born  in 
Lowell,  Mass.,  July  23,  1857,  daugiiter  of  Oliver  Edward  and  Mary  (Edson) 
Gushing. 

^  Children: 

7003  Elizabeth  E.,  born  Jan.  17,  1884 ;  died  April  10,  1884. 

7004  Daisy  O.,  born  Jan.  13,  1886. 

7005  Elizabeth  Thayer,  born  May  24,  1887. 

7006  Gertrude  Gushing,  born  Feb.  17,  1889. 

4590  HON.  1 RANGIS  WILLIAM  KITTRIDGE  (Nancy  B."", 
Hannah'''-^  Stephen"',  Stephen^^S  Aquila"*,  Joseph's  Maxiinilian%  Ed- 
ward'), was  born  in  Lowell,  ^lass.,  June  4,  1843.  He  married  June  19, 
1872,  Mary  Haskell  Wheaton.     He  is  a  lawyer  in  Boston,  Mass. 

Children: 

7007  Wilham,  born  Jan.  10,  1875. 

7008  Gornelia,  born  July  15,  1878. 

7009  Wheaton,  bom  Sept.  28,  1882. 

7010  Francis  William,  born  Oct.  26,  1889. 

4592  ELLEN  F.  KITTRIDGE  (Nancy  B.=«",  Hannah'='-%  Stephen"*, 
Stephen"**,  Aquila''*,  Joseph'',  Maximilian'',  Edward'),  was  born  in  Lowell, 
Mass.,  July  4,  1847.  She  married  Dec.  29,  1868,  Prescott  Gobum  Gates 
of  Lowell,  son  of  Josiah  and  Harriet  Newell  (Goburn)  Gates.  Resides  in 
Lowell,  Mass.,  where  Mr.  Gates  is  a  manufacturer  of  leather  belting. 

Children : 

7011  Henry  Kittridge,  bom  Aug.  21,  1870.     Resides  in  Lowell,  unmarried. 

7012  Thayer  Prescott,  born  May  14,  1879;  married  Oct.  26,  1904,  Jean- 

nette  G.  Lovell.     Residence,  Passaic,  N.  J. 

7013  Edith  Harriet,  born  Aug.  31,  1880;  married  Nov.  5,  1902,  James 

Frank  Syme  of  Worcester,  Mass.  Two  children,  born  in  Franklin, 
Mass.,  viz.,  John  Prescott,  born  Sept.  1,  1904,  and  Thayer  Francis, 
born  Dec.  31,  1905.     Residence,  Proctorsville,  Vt. 

4594  IDA  FLORENGE  THAYER  (Nathan  R.**"'-,  Hannah'^-% 
Stephen"*,  Stephen'^S  Aquila^S  Joseph",  Maximilian\  Edward'),  was  born 
July  11.  1854.  She  married  Oct.  13,  1881,  William  Henry  Lownes  of 
Springfield  Township,  Gonn.     He  was  born  Jan.  9,  1850. 

Children: 

7014  Nathan  Thayer,  born  May  16,  1883;  married  April  3,  1907,  Breta 

Glara  Dohan  of  Philad(>lphia,  Pa. 

7015  Rebecca  Webb,  born  Aug.  26,  1H84. 


696  Jewett  Genealogy 

7016  Emily  Wood,  born  June  20,  1887. 

7017  Charlotte  Cory,  bom  Sept.  1,  1895. 

4599  DANIEL  FRANK  ElMERSON  (Daniel  L.'«'%  Sarah"'% 
Stephen'*^^  Stephen"%  Aquila"*,  Joscph^^  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Auburn,  Mass.,  July  5,  1846.  He  married  Dec.  25,  1877,  Nettie 
Greenough  Hood,  daughter  of  Daniel  and  Jannette  (Greenough)  Hood  of 
Rockford,  111. 

Children: 

7018  Francis,  born  May  29,  1882. 

7019  Frederick  Hood,  born  April  10,  1884. 

4600  ELLA  JANE  EMERSON  (Daniel  L.-''%  Sarah'^'%  Stephen^«% 
Stephen"^,  Aquila®*,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Wor- 
cester, Mass.,  May  1,  1848.  She  married  May  27,  1874,  James  John  Mc- 
Lallan,  a  native  of  Lodi,  N.  Y,,  and  son  of  William  H.  and  Matilda  McLallan. 
The}^  reside  in  Aurora,  111.,  where  he  is  in  the  real  estate  business. 

Children: 

7020  William  Emerson,  born  May  28,  1875. 

7021  James  Claude,  bom  July  11,  1877. 

7022  Rob  Roy,  bora  April  11, 1883. 

4601  CHARLES  HERBERT  EMERSON  (Daniel  L.'"S  Sarah^^'% 
Stephen"^^',  Stephen"^,  Aquila®*,  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  bora 
in  Sterling,  Mass.,  May  25,  1850.  He  married  May  26,  1874,  Sarah  Abby 
Prescott,  who  was  bora  in  Memphis,  Tenn.,  Oct.  15,  1851,  daughter  of  Jede- 
diah  and  Abby  (Buckford)  Prescott.  They  reside  in  Rockford,  111.  He  is 
a  traveling  agent. 

Children: 

7023  Bessie  Adeline,  bom  Jan.  27,  1877. 

7024  Alice  Buckford,  born  Sept.  13,  1886. 

4622  JENNIE  MAY  JEWETT  (George  A.'''\  John^^'^,  Noah"*", 
Stephen"®,  Aquila®*,  Joseph^^,  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born  in  Winthrop, 
Me.,  Sept.  19,  1866.  She  was  a  teacher  of  painting  and  married  in  Win- 
throp, June  4,  1889,  Oscar  Thomas  Briggs,  who  was  born  in  Camanche,  la., 
Aug.  27,  1864,  son  of  Charles  Thomas  and  Sarah  Ann  (Durgin)  Briggs  of 
Camanche.  They  have  lived  in  Waltham,  Mass.,  Hallowell,  Me.,  and  now  re- 
side in  Madison,  Me.,  where  he  is  a  merchant. 

Children,  horn  in  Winthrop,  Me.,  except  last: 

7025  A  son,  bom  May  21,  1890 ;  died  the  same  day. 

7026  Lawrence  Jewett,  born  July  22,  1892. 

7027  Marion  Thomas,  bora  June  1,  1893. 


Ninth  Generation  697 

7028  Joseph  Milton,  born  April  23,  189o. 

7029  Fcralyn  Foster,  born  Oct.  28,  1897. 

7030  Albia'n  Ezra,  born  Nov.  22,  1898. 

7031  Clayton  Oscar,  born  in  Madison,  Me.,  Aug.  1,  1902;  died  there  Jure 

2,  1904.. 

4624  FLORENCE  ANNA  JEWETT  (William  H.""-,  John^"% 
Noah'*',  Stephen^''%  Aquila",  Joseph^S  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Double  Branches,  Ga.,  June  7,  1857.  She  married  in  Turner,  Me.,  June  3, 
1879,  Albion  Swett  Ricker,  who  was  born  in  Turner  Dec.  7,  1857,  son  of 
Albion  and  Sarah  (Berry)  Ricker  of  Turner.  He  is  a  member  of  the  Con- 
gregational Church;  has  held  several  town  offices,  and  is  proprietor  of  Ricker 
Hill  Farm,  in  Turner.  Mrs.  Ricker  is  a  member  of  the  Congregational 
Church. 

Children,  horn  in  Turner,  Me.: 

7032  Bessie  Jewett,   born   Nov.    21,    1880.      She   graduated    from    Kent's 

Hill  College  in  the  class  of  1901,  and  married  Dec.  17,  1902, 
Arthur  All)ert  Mitchell.  One  child,  Alfred  Ricker,  born  Jan.  9, 
1905. 

7033  William  Jewett,  born  July   8,   1883.     Graduated   from   the  Leavitt 

Institute  of  Turner,  and  from  the  University  of  Maine  in  class 
of  1905. 

7034  Anna  Jewett,  born  July  7,  1887.     Graduated  from  the  Leavitt  In- 

stitute in  the  class  of  1905. 

4645  ABIGAIL  JEWETT  (Edward-'-%  Aaron^''%  Moses"-**,  Aaron^'S 
Jeremiah*"*,  Jeremiah^',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Ipswich,  Mass., 
Sept.  24,  1796.  She  married  Dec.  17,  1818,  Nathaniel  Stickncy,  who  was 
born  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Aug.  16,  1792,  son  of  Josiah  and  Martha  (Ellsworth) 
Stickney.  They  settled  in  Dracut,  Mass.,  and  were  members  of  the  First 
Congregational  Church,  of  which  he  was  a  deacon  many  years. 

Children,  horn  in  Dracut,  Mass.: 

7035  Ann  ^lary,  born  Feb.  13,  1820;  married  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Dec.  13, 

1844,  Aaron  J.  Cate,  who  was  bom  Dec.  9,  1821.  She  died  Sept. 
13,  1846. 

7036  Natt,  born  Dec.  4,  1822;  married  Jane  A.  Nutting.* 

7037  Abigail  Jewett,  born  May  9,  1831  ;  married  Calvin  Gardner.* 

7038  Martha  Sophia,  born  Oct.  19,  1834;  married  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  Oct. 

19,  1863,  Clark  Cass  Hight,  who  was  born  in  Athens,  Me.,  April 
11,  1831,  son  of  Winthrop  and  Matilda  (Stewart)  Hight.  He 
died  in  Wulthani,  Mass.,  Sept.  9,  1900.  One  child,  Grace  Maria, 
born  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  March  11,  1866;  resides  in  W^altham. 

4646  SAMUEL      POTTER      JEWETT      (Edward=^-\      Aaron""", 


698  Jewett  Genealogy 

Moses**',  Aaron^^^,  Jeremiah^*,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  Jan,  20,  1799.  He  married  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Aug.  6, 
1826,  bj  Rev.  Isaac  Braman,  Mehitable  Dodge,  who  was  born  in  Rowley, 
Feb.  24,  1801,  daughter  of  riiineas  and  Mercy  (Nelson)  Dodge.  They 
lesided  in  Rowley,  where  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer,  a  shoemaker,  and  Town 
Treasurer.  He  was  a  deacon  of  the  Rowley  Baptist  Church,  and  was  one 
of  the  six  original  anti-slavery  men;  for  this  reason  and  the  fact  of  being 
a  strong  temperance  man,  he  was  excluded  from  the  church.  His  home  was 
a  refuge  for  negroes  on  the  "  underground  road  "  from  the  South  to  Canada. 
He  died  in  Rowley,  Nov.  27,  1876.  His  widow  died  there  Dec.  3,  1887. 
Both  buried  in  Rowley. 

Children,  born  in  Rowley,  Mass.: 

7039  Phineas  Nelson,  born  Aug.  22,  1828;  married  (1st)  Harriet  Esther 

Perkins;  (2d)   Sarah  Yates.* 

7040  Samuel  Leonard,  born  June  3,  1831 ;  married  Harriet  Ann  Rogers.* 

7041  Herbert,  born  Dec.  13,  1833;  married  Margaret  E.  Larkin.* 

4647  SUSANNAH  JEWETT  ( Edward' '-%  Aaron^='«^  Moses'*% 
Aaron^^S  Jeremiah*'®,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Ipswich,  Mass.,  June  26,  1801.  She  married  June  12,  1821,  John  Cressey, 
who  was  bom  Fob.  27,  1798,  son  of  John  and  Phoebe  (Bradstreet)  Cressey 
of  Ipswich.  Phoebe  Bradstreet  was  the  daughter  of  Nathaniel  and  Phoebe 
(Jewett,  see  419)  Bradstreet.  After  the  death  of  Mrs.  Cressey,  he  mar- 
ried for  a  second  wife,  Lydia  Perkins. 

Children,  born  in  Rowley,  Mass.: 

7042  Susan    Millina,    born    July    2,    1826;    married    Rev.    Hiram    Clark 

Daniels.* 

7043  Abigail,  born  ;  married  David  Eri  Perley.* 

7044  Margaret,  born  ;  died  April  21,  1857,  aged  26  years,  10  mos., 

and  9  days. 

4648  HANNAH  JEWETT  (Edward"=^%  Aaron^^««,  Moses«*% 
Aaron^"^,  Jeremiah*'®,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Ipswich,  Mass.,  Nov.  5,  1805.  She  married  Simeon  Ellsworth,  who  was  born 
in  Salem,  Mass.,  in  1801.     They  lived  in  Ipswich,  where  he  was  a  shoemaker. 

Children,  born  in  Ipswich,  Mass.: 

7045  John  E.,  born  in  1835  ;  married  May  8,  1856,  Sophia  D.  Brown;  hved 

and  died  in  Rowley,  Mass. 

7046  Harriet,  born  in  1839 ;  married  George  W.  Newhall.      She  died  in 

Lynn,  Mass. 

7047  Louisa,  born  in  1840 ;  died  in  Rowley,  March  22,  1853. 

7048  Milton,  born   July  7,  1843;  married  in  Newburyport,  Mass.,  Aug. 


Ninth  Generation  699 

25,  1866,  Abbie  F.  Bailey,  daughter  of  Ezekiel  and  Caroline 
(Blackiston)  Bailey.  He  enlisted  in  Co.  C,  Nineteenth  Mass. 
Regt.,  and  served  through  the  Civil  War.  They  reside  in  Rowley, 
Mass.,  where  he  is  a  manufacturer  of  heels  and  rands.  One  child, 
Winifred,  born  in  Rowley,  Sept.  25,  1867,  married  Nov.  17,  1896, 
Justin  Y.  White,  and  resides  in  Georgetown,  Mass. 

7049  Andrew,  born  July  7,  184-7  ;  married  Delia  R.  Griffin,  and  lives  in 

Minnesota. 

4649  AMOS  JEWETT  (Edward-'-^  Aaron"«%  Moses°'%  Aaron"S 
Jeremiah'^",  Jcremiah^%  Joseph^  Edward^),  was  born  in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  June 
3,  1807.  He  married  Nov.  10,  1829,  by  Rev.  Isaac  Braman,  Phebe  Kill- 
bum  Howe,  who  was  born  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Nov.  10,  1807,  daughter  of 
George  and  Deborah  (Chapman)  Howe.  They  lived  in  Ipswich,  where  Mr. 
Jewett  was  a  shoemaker  and  where  he  died  Aug.  23,  1850.  His  widow  died 
there  Nov.  20,  1887. 

Child: 

7050  Amos  Genville,  born  in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  Sept.  21,  1837;  married  Mary 

Eveline  Rust.* 

4651  AARON  JEWETT  (Aaron="*,  Aaron""",  Moses"*",  Aaron"% 
Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah^',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Dracut,  Mass., 
March  29,  1797.  He  married  Jan.  27,  1819,  Hannah  Eaton,  daughter  of 
Job  and  Hannah  Eaton.  She  was  born  in  Dracut,  ]\Iarch  15,  1798,  and 
died  Nov.  14,  1849.  He  married  (2d),  Jan.  1,  1852,  Lucy  J.  Hill,  and  re- 
moved to  Bristol,  N.  H.,  where  he  was  engaged  in  the  manufacture  of  bed- 
steads. He  died  in  Bristol,  N.  H.,  Feb.  20,  1882.  His  widow  died  in  Alex- 
andria, N.  H.,  April  8,  1898. 

Children,  all  by  first  wife,  horn  in  Wentworth,  N.  H.: 

7051  Phebe  L.,  bom  July  2,  1820;  married  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  May   19, 

1844,  Franklin  S.  Cobum.     Lived  in  Westford,  Mass. 

7052  Hannah  M.,  born  May  15,  1825;  married  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  Feb.  19, 

1846,  Theodore  H.  Ilamblet.     Lived  in  Westford,  Mass. 

7053  Moses  F.,  born  Nov.  2,  1828.     He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War, 

and  died  in  the  Army  Hospital  at  Rcadville,  Mass.,  Jan.  23,  1865. 

4656  ALPHA  C.  JEWETT  (Aaron"'*,  Aaron'"'"",  Moses"", 
Aaron'^',  Jeremiah"**,  Jeremiah''',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Wentworth,  N.  H.,  Feb.  23,  1808.  He  married  Hannah  Flanders,  daughter 
of  Peter  Flanders  of  Plymouth,  \.  II.  She  died  in  Bristol,  N.  IL,  April  11, 
1877,  aged  57  3'ears.  Mr.  Jewett  settled  in  Bristol  about  1859.  He  was  a 
carpenter;  a  Republican  in  politics,  and  died  at  the  home  of  his  son,  Alonzo 
W.,  in  Laconia,  N.  H.,  April  29,  1887. 


700  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children,  born  in  Wentworth,  N.  H.: 

7054  Alonzo  W.,  born  Sept.  27,  1839;  married  (1st)  Annette  Lock;  (2d) 

Mrs.  Celestia  Davis  AngelL* 

7055  Charles   Aaron,   bom   .      He   was   a   carriage   manufacturer   in 

Lowell,   Mass. ;   removed  to  Laconia,   N.   H.,  and  now  resides   in 
Gilmanton,  N.  H. 

7056  Martha  Woodbury,  born  April  8,  1845 ;  married  Timothy  Tilton. 

4658  JEREMIAH  JEWETT  (Aaron"'-*,  Aaron'''«,  Moses'",  Aaron"S 
Jeremiah'^",  Jcremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Wentworth,  N.  H., 
Dec.  1,  1811.  He  married  Mrs.  Mary  A.  (Flanders)  Evans,  daughter  of 
Moses  and  Sarah  (Bean)  Flanders.  They  settled  in  Bristol,  N.  H.,  where 
he  was  a  farmer  and  carpenter  and  where  he  died  Feb.  3,  1896-  His  wife 
died  there  Nov.  5,  1889,  aged  66  years,  1  mo.,  and  15  days. 

Child: 

7057  Etta,  born  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  April  25,  1857;  married  Smith  D.  Fel- 

lows.    Residence,  Bristol,  N.  H. 

4661  AARON  JEWETT  GATE  (Ellza^'^-,  Aaron"««,  Moses«*% 
Aaron"%  Jeremiah'''',  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Rowley,  Mass.,  Dec.  9,  1821.  He  married  Dec.  12,  1844,  Mary  Stickney. 
She  died,  and  he  married  Nov.  29,  1849,  Mary  Jane  Withey.  He  died  Sept. 
13,  1891.     One  child  by  first  wife,  which  died  in  infancy. 

Child  by  second  wife: 

7058  Adomiram  Jewett,  born  in  Salem,  Mass.,  March  19,  1851 ;  married 

Sept.  9,  1872,  Henrietta  Batchelder. 

4662  ELIZABETH  ANN  GATE  (Eliza-'^'-,  Aaron^='''%  Moses'*% 
Aaron*^^,  Jeremiah'®,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Rowley,  Mass.,  April  18,  1823.  She  married  June  22,  1845,  Joshua  Rust 
Millett  of  Rowley,  son  of  Joshua  Millett  of  Gloucester,  Mass.  She  died 
June  22,  1886. 

Children: 

7059  Austin  Lorenzo,  bom  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Sept.  15,  1846. 

7060  Annette,  born  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Aug.  22,  1851 ;  married  Sept.   1, 

1875,  George  W.  Helsey. 

7061  Ella,  born  in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  Feb.  2,  1853 ;  married  Feb.  20,  1870, 

George  B.  Blodgette. 

7062  Hattic,  born  in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  June  28,  I860;  died  Oct.  10,  I860. 

7063  Ida  May,  bom  in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  June  31,  1864;  married  Feb.  25, 

1866,  William  Phillips.     Residence,  Lawrence,  Mass. 

4664  JOHN     BUNYAN      GATE      (Eliza"'^     Aaron"''^,     Moses"", 


Ninth  Generation  701 

Aaron^*^  Jeremiah'"*,  Jcremiah^'^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Ipswich,  Mass.,  June  14,  1828.  He  married  Nov.  28,  1850,  Mrs.  Maria  T. 
Scott,  who  was  born  in  Kittery,  Me.  They  lived  in  Lawrence,  Mass.,  where 
he  died  Aug.  28,  1863.  His  widow  married  Goodwin  Bradbury  of  Fairfield, 
Me.,  and  died  Oct.  17,  1895. 

Children,  horn  in  Lawrence,  Mass.: 

7064  Addio  M.,  born  Feb.  15,  1852;  married  William  Bibber  of  Richmond, 

Me. 

7065  William  Lanson  Ammes,  born  June  15,  1854;  died  Jan.  31,  I860. 

7066  Fannie  Ola  Fogg,  bom  Aug.  18,  I860.     Resides  in  Fairfield,  Me. 

4667  GEORGE  DANA  BOARDMAN  GATE  (Eliza-"-,  Aaron"''% 
Moses®*®,  Aaron-^^,  Jeremiah*"®,  Jeremiah^",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  Aug.  26,  1840.  He  married  Jan.  25,  1866,  Lucy  F.  Wil- 
son, daughter  of  Henry  and  Lucy  (Patch)  Wilson.  She  was  born  in 
Ipswich,  and  died  Nov.  22,  1877.  He  married  (2d),  June  17,  1879,  Mary 
Adelaide  Hussey,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Caroline  (Foe)  Hussey  of  Lynn, 
Mass. 

Children,   bom   in  Lynn,   Mass.     By  first   unfe: 

7067  Bertha,  born  Feb.  21,  1871 ;  married  June  5,  1893,  Harry  MelviUe 

Curtis.     Two  children,  Paul  Cate,  bom  Nov.  2,  1893,  and  a  child, 
born  Dec.  10,  1896. 

7068  Lucie  Edith,  born  Nov.  10,  1877. 

By  second  icife: 

7069  Emma  Chase,  born  March  1,  1882. 

7070  Caroline  Maria,  born  Jan.  12,  1886. 

7071  Fred  Hussey,  bom  March  9,  1887. 

4673  COL.  ELI  JEWETT  LONGFELLOW  (Elizabeth="%  Moses"", 
Moses®*®,  Aaron^-\  Jeremiah®',  Jeremiah''',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Whitefield,  Me.,  April  18,  1806.  He  married  July  24,  1^33,  Sarah  Tur- 
ner, daughter  of  Daniel  and  Sarah  (Plummer)  Turner.  She  was  born  in 
Alna,  Me.,  in  1809,  and  died  in  Whitefield  Jan.  6,  1846. 

Col.  Longfellow  settled  in  Whitefield,  where  he  was  quite  successful  in 
accumulating  property,  making  constant  additions  thereto  up  to  the  time 
of  his  death.  Among  his  other  mental  characteristics,  he  was  an  aspirant 
for  military  honors,  and  was  chosen  colonel  of  the  militia,  which  official  posi- 
tion he  filled  honorably  and  acceptably.  He  became,  near  the  close  of  his 
life,  a  convert  to  Christianity,  and  united  with  the  cluirch,  and  remained  a 
useful  and  worthy  member  up  to  the  time  of  his  death,  which  occurred  in 
Whitefield,  Dec.  9,  1843. 

Children,  horn  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  except  first: 

7072  Charles,  born  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  May  25,  1834;  died  there  Aug.  13, 

1834. 


702  Jewett  Genealogy 

7073  William  Abial,  born  Feb.   IT,   1837;  died  in  Whiteficld,  March  8, 

1839. 

7074  William  Henry,  born  July  12,  1839 ;  died  in  Whitefield,  March  22, 

1855. 

7075  Daniel  Turner,  born  Aug.  16,  184-2;  married  in  Whitefield,  June  18, 

1882,  Clara  Jane  Jewett,  daughter  of  David  Jewett  (4697).     He 
is  a  farmer  in  Whitefield.     Was  a  charter  member  of  Sheepscot 
Lodge,  No.  122,  I.  O.  O.  F.     One  child,  Georgia  Turner,  born 
April  9,  1887 ;  died  from  tubercular  meningitis,  Sept.  13,  1897. 


646 


4677  ELIZABETH  LONGFELLOW  (Sarah'"'*,  Moses^'*'%  Moses 
Aaron-'S  Jeremiah*'%  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  April  19, 
1795.  She  married  Eliphaz  Weston  and  resided  in  Bremen,  Me.,  where  she 
died  March  21,  1885. 

Children,  born  in  Bremen,  Me. : 

7076  Amelia,  born  Dec.  7,  1813;  died  Feb.  7,  1814. 

7077  James  Partelow,  born  July  14,  1815 ;  married  Ehza  E.  Woodman.* 

7078  Araunah,  born  May  9,  1817 ;  died  in  Bremen,  Jan.  2,  1834. 

7079  Samuel  Martin,  born  July  21,  1819;  graduated  from  Bowdoin  Col- 

lege in  the  class  of  1840 ;  married  Feb.  28,  1867,  Frances  Erving 
Valentine  and  died  in  Roxbury,  Mass.,  July  9,  1887. 

7080  Greene  Longfellow,  born   Oct.   25,   1821;  died   in  Roxbury,   Mass., 

July  27,  1854,  unm. 

7081  Sarah,  bom  July  20,  1823 ;  married  Frederick  Kent.* 

7082  Elizabeth,  born  Jan.  26,  1826 ;  died  in  Bremen,  Feb.  6,  1892,  unm. 

7083  Susan  Caroline,  born  April  9,  1828 ;  resides  in  Bremen,  unm. 

7084  Jefferson  Bums,  born  March  23,  1832;  married  Helen  Towles.* 

7085  Lucy  Ann,  born  Dec.  31,  1831 ;  resides  in  Bremen,  unm. 

7086  Sylvia  Church,  bom  March  8,  1839 ;  married  Hiram  P.  Bartlett.* 

4680  ANN  LONGFELLOW  (Sarah"''*,  Moses^'«%  Moses«*%  Aaron"% 
Jeremiah"^,  Jeremiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Feb. 
22,  1801.  She  married  Augustus  Zcrotus  Marrow  of  Winthrop,  Me.,  son  of 
Eben  and  Abigail  (Fisher)  Marrow  of  Winthrop,  and  a  brother  of  Matilda, 
v/ho  married  Abial  Longfellow  (4672).  They  lived  in  Monmouth  and  Win- 
throp, Me.  He  was  a  farmer  for  many  years ;  was  Selectman  of  Winthrop  and 
held  other  offices  of  trust  in  the  town  and  Baptist  Church.  She  died  in  Win- 
throp Center,  Me.,  June  3,  1888. 

Children: 

7087  Carohne  Matilda,  born  in  Winthrop,  Me.,  March  12,  1826;  married 

Rev.  George  G.  Fairbanks  of  Winthrop.  Reside  in  Middleboro, 
Mass.,  s.  p.  One  adopted  daughter,  Anna,  who  married  John 
Robinson  and  lives  in  Middleboro. 

7088  Harriet   Newell,  born    in  Winthrop,   INIc.,  May   24,   1829;   married 


Ninth  Genekation  703 

Isaac  Jones  of  China,  Me.,  and  resides  in  Weare,  N.  H.     Three 
children,  Arthur,  Carry,  and  a  twin  that  died  in  infancy. 

7089  Clara  Ann,  bom  in   Monmouth,  Me.,  Dec.   9,   1837;  married    (1st) 

William    Henry    Wliitin^^    of    Winthrop;    (2d)    James    Parker   of 
Palmyra,  Mq.,  later  of  Winthrop,  where  they  now  reside. 

7090  Sarah  Abigail,  born  in  Moimiouth,  Me.,  Dec.  4,  1839 ;  married  Capt. 

Noah  Jewett  (see  ^2697). 


4681  MOSES  LONGPELLOW  (Sarah-^S  Moses"««,  Moses«*% 
Aaron--^  Jeremiah"^'',  Jeremiah'",  Joseph',  Edward'),  was  born  in  Whitefield, 

Me.,  Dec.  7,  1802.     He  married  in  Parmington,  Me.,  Jan. ,  1832,  Chloe 

Dimmick,  daughter  of  Josiah  and  Elizabeth  (Cooper)  Dimmick.  She  was 
born  in  Pittston,  Me.,  Sept.  12,  1812,  and  died  in  Whitefield,  March  2,  1867. 
He  was  a  farmer  in  Whitefield,  where  he  died. 

Children,  born  in  Uliitefieid,  Me.: 

7091  Albert  Green,  born  Jan.  2,  1833.     He  is  a  farmer  in  Bradford,  Pa. 

7092  Charles  Dcmmick,  born  Sept.  8,  1834;  resides  in  Bradford,  Pa. 

7093  Sarah   EHzabeth,  born  April  20,   1836;  married  Miles   Jewett    (see 

4714). 

7094  Moses  Francis,  bom  May  29,   1838.     Died  in  California. 

7095  Nathan  Bolin,  bom  Feb.  27,  1841 ;  lives  in  Sedgwick  Co.,  Kan. 

7096  Alvin  Dimmick,  born  April  23,  1843;  died  in  California. 

4682  NATHAN  LONGFELLOW  (Sarah"^%  Moses^^«%  Moses"% 
Aaron"',  Jeremiah''%  Jeremiah'%  Joseph^  Edward'),  was  born  in  White- 
field,  Me.,  Dec.  26,  1804.  He  married  in  Vassalboro,  Me.,  Feb.  6,  1844,  Eliza 
Wayne  Southwick,  daughter  of  Jacob  and  Mary  (Wayne)  Southwick.  She 
was  bora  in  Vassalboro,  Sept.  15,  1823,  and  died  from  pneumonia,  in  Welles- 
ley,  Mass.,  Dec.  2,  1893.  Mr.  Longfellow  graduated  from  Bowdoin  College 
in  the  class  of  1833,  and  soon  after  became  a  teacher  in  a  private  academy 
m  Vassalboro,  where  he  remained  one  year.  He  then  accepted  a  position 
in  a  private  seminary  in  Atlanta,  Ga.,  where  he  remained  eight  years.  He 
then  retumed  to  New  Eaigland  and  established  himself  in  Needham,  now 
Wellesle}',  Mass.,  as  a  manufacturer  of  paper,  at  the  same  time  cultivating 
a  small  farm.  He  was  Superintendent  of  the  School  Committee  for  twenty- 
five  years  and  died  in  Wellesley  from  pneumonia,  Dec.  11,  1894. 

Children,  born  in  Wellesley,  Mass.: 

7097  Mary  Louise,  born  June  15,  1847;  married  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Feb. 

14,  1885,  Joseph  Milmore,  who  was  l)om  in  Boston,  Oct.  6,  1842, 
son  of  Martin  and  Sarah  (Rowan)  Milmore.  He  was  a  sculptor 
and  died  in  Geneva,  Switzerliind,  Jan.  10,  1886.  Mrs.  Milmore 
resides  in  Washington,  D.  C. 

7098  George  Jacob,  born  Aug.  19,  1849;  married  Annie  Barbara  Rein.* 


704  Jewett  Genealogy 

7099  William  Fiske,  born  July  11,  1851;  died  from  an  accident  Jan.  11, 

1872. 

7100  Fannie,  bom  March  14,  1856;  married  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Oct.  27, 

1898,  Homer  Carl  Potter,  who  was  born  in  Meadville,  Pa.,  Feb. 
16,  1853,  son  of  Gilbert  and  Caroline  (Anderson)  Potter.  They 
reside  in  Dorchester,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  solicitor. 

4684  NANCY  JEWETT  (Moses-"%  Moses^^«%  Moses«*%  Aaron"S 
Jeremiah*®,  Jeremiah^"^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Whitefield,  Me., 
May  12,  1803.  She  married  there  June  2,  1825,  Benjamin  Laberee,  who 
was  bom  in  Whitefield,  Sept.  6,  1796.  He  was  of  French  descent  on  his 
father's  side.  His  grandfather  was  forced  to  leave  France  on  acount  of 
his  religion,  refusing  to  follow  the  Catholic  faith.  He  settled  in  Charleston, 
N.  H.,  and  married  a  Putnam,  a  cousin  of  Gen.  Isreal  Putnam.  The  original 
French  name  was  La  Barre.  Mr.  Laberee  was  a  farmer  and  settled  in  White- 
field,  where  she  died  July  22,  1865.  He  died  in  Newcastle,  Me.,  Dec.  17, 
1876. 

Children,  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.: 

7101  Peter,  born  March  9,  1826;  married  Sarah  Higbie.* 

7102  Moses,  born  July  14,  1827;  married  Emeline  C.  Turner.* 

7103  Franklin,  born  Nov.   18,   1828;  married  in  Winona,  Minn.,  March 

6,  1869,  Sarah  J.  Alden,  who  was  born  in  Milo,  N.  Y.,  in  1829, 
daughter  of  Benjamin  and  Abbie  (Cross)  Alden.  They  lived  in 
Winona,  where  he  died  July  23,  1893.  His  widow  and  son  reside 
there.  One  child,  Holland  Jay,  born  in  Winona,  Minn.,  June  19, 
1871.    He  is  in  the  employ  of  the  Chicago  and  North  Western  R.  R. 

7104  Laura  Crowell,  bom  Oct.  21,  1830;  married  June  12,  1868,  Jotham 

Donnell  Clifford.  She  died  in  Newcastle,  Me.,  Nov.  20,  1882.  One 
child,  Edith,  bom  Oct.  15,  1869. 

7105  Albert,  bom  March  23,  1832 ;  resides  in  California. 

7106  Seth  Putnam,  born  May  3,  1834;  resides  in  California. 

7107  George,  bom  Dec.  19,  1836;  married  Maria  Garrett.* 

7108  Charles  Henry,  born  July  7,  1840;  resides  in  California. 

7109  Harriet  Pauline,  born  March  24,  1844;  married  Edwin  Flye.* 

4686  LYDIA  JEWETT  (Moses-"^  Moses"«%  Moses"",  Aaron"S 
Jeremiah"®,  Jeremiah^",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in"  Whitefield,  Me., 
Feb.  2, 1807.  She  married  there  June  3,  1835,  Stephen  Hilton,  who  was  born 
in  Alna,  Me.,  Aug.  16,  1809,  son  of  Jacob  and  Sally  (Avcrill)  Hilton.    They 

resided  in  Alna,  where  he  died  April  ,  1887.     Mrs.  Hilton  died  there 

Aug.  ,  1883. 

Children,  bom  in  Aln^a,  Me.: 

7110  Hartly  Averill,  born  June  11,  1836;  married  Frances  M.  Jones.* 

7111  Mary  Eliza,  bom  Jan.   24,   1838;   resides   in   Campello,  Mass.,   un- 

married. 


Ninth  Generation  705 

7112  Francis  Emery,  bom  ;  died  young. 

7113  Alden  Flye,  born  Nov.  19,  1841;  married  in  1880,  Alma  Lewis  of 

Whitcfield,  daug-liter  of  Jason  and  Sarah  (Little)  Lewis  of  White- 
field.  They  reside  in  Bangor,  Me.  One  child,  Horace  Alden,  born 
in  Bangor  in  1881. 

7114  Oliver  Jewett  (twin),  born  April  26,  1844;  died  young. 

7115  Olivia  Chapman    (twin),  born  April  26,  1844;  married  Jan.  , 

1874,  William  H.  Williams.  They  lived  in  Brockton,  Mass.,  where 
she  died  Jan.  27,  1890.  One  child,  Lydia  Evelyn,  born  in  Brock- 
ton, July  31,  1878;  married  Perley  Ilarriman  of  Lowell,  Mass. 

7116  Laura  Emma,  born  Jan.  23,  1847;  married  Elbridge  McKindsley.* 

7117  Henry  Cargill,  born  May  28,  1850;  married  Annie  Grant,  daughter 

of  Herod  Grant  of  Bath,  Me.     Reside  in  Boston,  Mass. 

4687  MARY  JEWETT  (Moses"",  Moses"<'^  Moses*'*%  Aaron"\  Jere- 
miah"®, Jeremiah^",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  WHiitefield,  Me.,  Jan.  26, 
1809.  She  married  there  Dec.  25,  1834,  John  Lambert  Erskine,  who  was 
born  in  Whiteficld,  March  4,  1811,  son  of  George  and  Sarah  (Cooper) 
Erskine.  They  lived  in  Alna,  Me.,  where  she  died  Feb.  22,  1874.  He  married 
second,  Feb. ,  1879,  Mrs.  Jerusha  Erskine.     He  died  Oct.  24,  1897. 

Children: 

7118  A  son   (twin),  born  in  W^hitefield,  Me.,  Aug.  22,  1835;  died  Aug. 

25,  1835. 

7119  A  son   (twin),  born  in  Whiteficld,  Me.,  Aug.  22,  1835;  died  Aug. 

31,  1835. 

7120  Harriet   Melissa,  born   in  Whitcfield,  Me.,  Aug.   22,  1836;  married 

in  Alna,  Me.,  June  19,  1867,  Wilmont  W^ood  W^oodbridge,  who  was 
bom  in  New  Castle,  Me.,  Jan.  20, 1830,  son  of  Hodge  and  Ehzabeth 
(Simpson)  W^oodbridge.  They  reside  in  New  Castle,  where  he  is 
a  farmer.     One  child,  Mary  Alice,  born  Nov.  13,  1872. 

7121  Mary  Ellen,  born  in  Alna,  Me.,  Oct.  21,  1838 ;  married  A.  K.  Curtis.* 

7122  Albert  Blaisdell,  born  in  Alna,  Me.,  Dec.  7,  1841  ;  married  Mary  A. 

Erskine.* 

4688  JOHN  JEWETT  (Moses="%  Moses''''%  Moses«*",  Aaron=-\  Jere- 
miah"®, Jeremiah^',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Whiteficld,  Me.,  April  29, 
1811.  He  married  in  Alna,  Me.,  Dec.  29,  1840,  Nancy  Elizabeth  Plummer, 
who  was  bom  in  Alna  Dec.  23,  1820,  daughter  of  Nathan  and  Nancy  (Car- 
gill)  Plummer.  They  settled  in  WMiitefield  and  in  April,  1858,  removed  to 
Nevinsville,  la.,  where  he  was  a  farmer  and  where  he  died  April  13,  1886. 
Hii  widow  was  living  there  in  1900. 

Children,  born  in  Whitefiild,  Me.,  except  last: 

7123  Sarah  Elizabeth,  born  Nov.  26,  1841  ;  married  (1st)  Shemian  Horace 

Bugbee;  (2d)  Frederick  N.  Ball.* 


706  Jewett  Genealogy 

7124  Adelia  Brown,  born  July  1,  1843;  married  Horace  H.  Whipple.* 

7125  John  Quimbj,  born  Nov.  23,  1845.     He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil 

War;  enlisted  Feb.  29,  1864,  in  the  4th  Iowa  Cav.,  and  died  from 
typhoid  fever  March  16,  1864,  at  camp  in  Davenport,  la.,  and  was 
buried  in  Rose  Hill  Cemetery,  Nevinsville. 

7126  Oliver  P.,  born  Jan.  3,  1853;  married   (1st)    Bessie  Skelton;   (2d) 

Emma  V.  Wheeler.* 

7127  Clara  Augusta,  born  in  Nevinsville,  la.,  Jan.  26,  1862  ;  married  Albert 

S.  Delaney.* 

4689  NATHAN  JEWETT  (Moses"'=,  Moses"''^  Moses«''%  Aaron-'S 
Jeremiah"®,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Feb. 
22,  1813.  He  married  there  July  4,  1844,  Abbie  P.  Potter,  who  was  bom  in 
Whitefield  Dec.  9,  1825,  daughter  of  John  and  Abigail  (Howard)  Potter. 
They  lived  in  Whitefield,  where  he  was  a  farmer  and  where  he  died  April  22, 
1862.  His  widow  married  Feb.  2,  1868,  Dummer  T.  Potter,  and  died  in 
Whitefield  Aug.  30,  1891. 

Children,  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.: 

7128  Moses  P.,  born  July  24,  1845.     He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War. 

Married  May  20,  1868,  Amelia  J.  Bebee,  and  resides  in  the  West. 

7129  Eugene  Clinton,  bom  May  17,  1847  ;  married  Mary  Elizabeth  Potter.* 

7130  John  Potter,  bora  May  14,  1849 ;  resides  in  Hallowell,  Me. 

7131  Alva  L.,  bom  Dec.  8,  1855 ;  died  Jan.  16,  1856. 

7132  Frank  W.,  born  June  4,  1858 ;  resides  in  Hallowell,  Me. 

4691  OLIVER  PEASLEE  JEWETT  (Moses"'^  Moses""'%  Moses"", 
Aaron"\  Jeremiah®*,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Whitefield, 
Me.,  March  30,  1820.  He  married  in  Alna,  Me.,  about  1848,  Laura  S.  Wood- 
man. Mr.  Jewett  graduated  from  Bowdoin  College  in  the  class  of  1844 
and  settled  in  Houston,  Texas,  where  he  was  a  teacher.  He  later  studied  law 
and  followed  that  profession  until  his  death,  which  occurred  in  Hillsboro, 
111.,  in  1853. 

Child: 

7133  Laura  Oliveratta,  born  in  Houston,  Texas,  May  31,  1850;  married  in 

Wiscassett,  Me.,  Nov. ,  1871,  Alax  Nute.     She  died  Aug.  19, 

1874.    One  child,  Gerald  Fay,  born  Oct. ,  1872 ;  died  in  1873. 

4692  ALMIRA  JEWETT  (Joseph""",  Moses""%  Moses"*",  Aaron"\ 
Jeremiah"®,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Feb. 
10,  1806.  She  married  Samuel  Bailey,  son  of  Thaddeus  (a  soldier  in  the 
Revolution)  and  Mary  (Knowlton)  Bailey.  They  resided  in  Palermo,  Me., 
where  he  was  a  farmer  and  where  he  died.  She  died  in  Belfast,  Me.,  Sept.  21, 
1888. 

Children,  horn  in  Palermo,  Me. : 

7134  Abigail  Elvira,  bom  July  28,  1837 ;  married  in  Bath,  Me.,  Oct.  23, 

1865,  Joseph  Avery  Fuller,  who  was  born  in  St.  Francis,  Quebec, 


Ninth  Geneeation  707 

Sept.  27,  1842,  son  of  Levi  and  Mary  (Avery)  Fuller.  They  reside 
in  Bath.  Three  children,  Ora  Ellsworth,  died  in  infancy ;  Eugene 
Willie,  and  Leslie  Irving. 

7135     Westley  Jewett,  born  Feb. ,  1839 ;  married  Betsey  Shorey.    They 

reside  in  Belfast,  Me.  Three  children,  Addie  M.,  who  married 
George  White  of  Belfast ;  Frederick,  and  Hattie  Belle,  who  died 


7136  Adelaide,  born  ;  died  aged  8  years. 

4693  REV.  JERE]\nAH  JEWETT  (Joseph"'",  Moses"«°,  Moses"% 
Aaron'"^  Jeremiah"^,  Jeremiah'',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  White- 
field,  I\Ie.,  May  14,  1807.  He  married  Hipsey  Frances  Grover  of  Amherst, 
Me.  She  died  and  he  married  second,  his  cousin,  Mary  Bailey  Bradstreet. 
Mr.  Jewett  was  a  Baptist  minister  and  resided  in  Belfast,  Me.,  where  he  died 
March  22,  1889. 

Children: 

7137  Judson  W.,  bom  in  Amherst,  Me.,  .     He  was  a  soldier  in  the 

Civil  War.     Later  a  shirt  cutter;  married  and  died  in  Worcester, 
Mass.,  Jan.  28,  1904. 

7138  Joseph  G.,  born  in  Amherst,  Me.,  March  24,  1848;  married  Elva  E. 

Clough.* 

4694  JOHN  BAILEY  JEWETT  (Joseph="%  Moses""",  Moses"', 
Aaron*"^,  Jeremiah"**,  Jeremiah^'',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Whitefield, 
Me.,  Jan.  9,  1809.  He  married  in  Indiana,  Mary  Chase  of  Nantucket,  Mass. 
They  lived  in  Indiana,  where  he  died  in  1860. 

Child: 

7139  Joseph  Albert,  born  about  1841.     He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War. 

Residence,  Washington,  D.  C. 

4695  JOSEPH  JEWETT  (Joseph-"",  Moses""%  Moses"*",  Aaron"S 
Jeremiah"®,  Jeremiah^',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Dec. 
6,  1810.  He  married  Margai'et  Heath,  daughter  of  Enoch  and  Mary 
(Shepard)  Heath  of  Whitefield.  ^Ir.  Jewett  was  a  seaman  when  a  young 
man  and  was  called  Captain.  They  lived  in  Searsmont,  Me.,  where  his  wife 
died,  and  he  married  second,  Mrs.  Susan  Ordway. 

Children,  born  in  Searsmont,  Me..    By  first  wife: 

7140  Augustus,  born  . 

7141  Avalingo,  bom  , 

7142  Larkin,  born  .     He  is  a  lawyer  in  California. 

7143  Ada,  bom  ;  lives  in  Belfast,  Me. 

By  second  wife: 

7144  Joseph,  bom ;  died  young. 


708  Jewett  Genealogy 


,646 


4696  BENJAMIN  JEWETT  (Joseph^'%  Moses"''%  Moses' 
Aaron""S  Jeremiah*"*,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Whitefield, 
Me.,  Aug.  4,  1812.  He  married  in  Nantucket,  Mass.,  in  1842,  Sophia  Averill, 
who  was  born  in  Nantucket  in  1816,  daughter  of  Capt.  Montgomery  Averill. 
They  settled  in  Whitefield,  and  removed  to  Topsham,  Me.,  where  Mr.  Jewett 
was  a  farmer  and  where  he  died  Oct.  12,  1880.  His  widow  died  there  Jan. 
20,  1902 ;  both  buried  in  Whitefield. 

Children: 

7145  Helen  Sophia,  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  in  1842;  died  in  Bath,  Me., 

May  10,  1854. 

7146  Sarah,  bom  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  in  1844;  died  Jan.  3,  1850. 

7147  Loring  Averill,  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Jan.  10,  1847;  married  Jose- 

phine Hoffman.* 

7148  Thomas  Montgomery,  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Jan.  7,  1850;  married 

Bertha  Hoffman.* 

7149  Florence  Adelaide,  born  in  Bath,  Me.,  in  1852;  died  in  Boston,  Mass., 

Oct.  16,  1873. 

7150  Benjamin  Franklin,  bom  in  Bath,  Me.,  in  1854;  resides  in  Scotland, 

Mass.,  unmarried. 

4697  DAVID  JEWETT  (Joseph"'^,  Moses"*'%  Moses«''%  Aaron"S 
Jeremiah®®,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  May 
26,  1815.  He  married  in  Alna,  Me.,  July  4,  1847,  Jane  Woodman  Plummer, 
daughter  of  Nathaniel  and  Mary  (Woodman)  Plummer.  She  was  bom  in 
Alna  Jan.  14,  1820,  and  died  in  Whitefield,  June  28,  1888. 

Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  resided  in  Whitefield.  At  an  early  age 
he  became  a  member  of  the  Baptist  Church.  He  was  an  earnest  Christian 
and  one  of  the  most  faithful  members ;  was  superintendent  of  the  Sunday' 
school  and  an  active  teacher.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Jewett  lived  on  the  home  farm, 
caring  for  his  parents  the  latter  part  of  their  lives.  In  November,  1887, 
their  house  was  burned  in  the  night,  he  and  his  wife  barely  escaping  with  their 
lives.  Mrs.  Jewett  never  fully  recovered  from  the  shock  and  died  at  the  home 
of  her  daughter,  Mrs.  D.  T.  Longfellow  in  Whitefield.  She  was  a  faithful 
Christian,  a  member  of  the  Congregational  Church  of  Head  Tide,  in  the  town 
of  Alna,  Me.  After  the  death  of  his  wife  Mr.  Jewett  lived  with  son,  David  N., 
in  Head  Tide,  where  he  died  Jan.  25,  1896,  from  apoplexy.  Thus  closed  the 
life  of  one  who  was  always  active  in  Church  and  Sunday  school  work  and  who 
tried  to  live  up  to  his  interpretation  of  God's  will. 

Children,  born  in  Whitefield,  Me. : 

7151  David  Nathaniel,  bom  Oct.  6,  1848;  married  Emma  Mary  Shea.* 

7152  Mary  Ella,  bom  Dec.  7,  1849;  married  Sanford  Kingsbury  Wey- 

mouth.* 

7153  Clara  Jane,  born  May  10,  1851 ;  married  Daniel  T.  Longfellow  (see 

7075). 


Ninth  Generation  709 

7154  Emma  Ann,  born  July  14,  1853;  married  Charles  E.  Pcaslee.* 

7155  Eudora,  born  July  21,  1861 ;  married  Edward  U.  Tibbetts.* 

4698  REV.  JONATHAN  JEWETT  (Joseph"=''%  Moscs""%  Hoses'**', 
Aaron'*S  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah^'*,  Joseph%  Edward^),  was  born  in  Whitefield, 
Me.,  April  28,  1817.  He  married  Hannah  Lonfest  of  Talermo,  Me.,  who 
was  born  in  Palermo,  Jan.  5,  1825,  daughter  of  James  and  Eunice  (Gil- 
patrick)  Lcnfest. 

Mr.  Jewett  was  a  Baptist  minister,  a  farmer  and  school  teacher.  They 
lived  in  Whitefield,  where  he  died  Oct.  12,  1873.  His  wife  died  there  Oct.  30, 
1870. 

Children,  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.: 

7156  Lexera  Evahne,  bom  Dec.  3,  1845;  resides  in  Whitefield,  unmarried. 

7157  Hannah  Lenfest,  born  March  20,  1849;  died  July  18,  1853. 

7158  James  WVsle}-,  bom  March  24,  1851 ;  married  Etta  Margaret  Ware.* 

7159  Eunice  Mary,  l)om  Mai'ch  4,  1854;  resides  in  Whitefield,  unmarried. 

7160  Jonathan  Benton,  born  May  31,  1858 ;  died  Oct.  27,  1862. 

7161  Lizzie  Ann,  bom  May  19,  1859;  died  April  7,  1881. 

4701  ELVIRA  ABIGAIL  JEWETT  (Joseph-"%  Moscs""'%  Moses«*% 
Aaron""^,  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph"*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Whitefield, 
Me.,  Sept.  21,  1823.  She  married  there  in  1842  Enoch  A.  Heath,  who  was 
born  in  Whitefield  Feb.  23,  1817,  son  of  Enoch  and  Mary  (Shepard)  Heath. 
They  lived  in  Whitefield,  where  he  was  a  farmer  and  where  he  died  Dec.  3, 
1902.     Mrs.  Heath  died  March  21,  1885;  both  buried  in  Whitefield. 

i 

Children,  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.:  , 

7162  Mary  Eliza,  born  Dec.  1,  1842;  married  Warren  Keene.* 

7163  Alonzo  Jewett,  born  July  13,  1844 ;  married  May  6,  1866,  Mrs.  Mary 

Frances  Yeaton.     Residence,  Bremen,  Me.     Three  children,  Flor- 
ence, Frances,  and  Thomas. 

7164  Hiram  Henry,  bom  April  5,  1849.     Resides  in  Los  Angeles,  Cal. 

7165  Annie  Esther,  born  April  15,  1862.     Residence,  Whitefield. 

4702  EVELINA  JEWETT  (John"''%  Moses'^"',  Moses"",  Aaron"S 
Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  July  17,  1819.  She 
married  Dec.  10,  1842,  Andrew  Todd  Tuck  of  Famiington,  Me.,  who  was 
bom  in  Famiington  July  17,  1814,  son  of  John  and  Elizabeth  (Todd)  Tuck. 
He  held  many  town  offices  ;  was  a  deputy  sheriff  and  later  sheriff. 

Children: 

7166  Eva  Ina,  bom   June  30,   1850;   married   Oct.   26,    1880.   Russell   S. 

Haynes  of  Norridgewock,  Mo.     She  died  Feb.  20,  1882. 

7167  John  Andrew,  born .     Graduated  from  the  Iowa  State  University 

and  married  Aug.  7,  1883,  Mary  P.  Templin  of  Iowa  City,  la. 


710  Jewett  Genealogy 

4705  JAMES  JEWETT  (James"'",  James^'S  Moses"",  Aaron-'S 
Jeremiah'"*,  Jeremiah^*^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Alna,  Me,, 
Sept.  25,  1824.  He  married  Thankful  H.  Atkins,  daughter  of  Thomas  N. 
Atkins.     They  lived  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  where  he  died  in  1887. 

Child: 
7168     Arthur,  bom  Jan.  11,  1857;  married  Jan.  26,  1882,  Sarah  J.  Mc- 
Causland.     Residence,  Gardiner. 

4706  HARTLEY  JEWETT  (James"",  James^'S  Moses'*«,  Aaron'-^ 
Jeremiah*"*,  Jeremiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Alna,  Me., 
July  11,  1826.  He  married  Sept.  3,  1850,  Harriet  A.  Atkins,  daughter  of 
Thomas  N.  Atkins.  She  died  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  March  5,  1905,  aged  78 
years  and  10  months.  In  1832  Mr.  Jewett's  parents  moved  from  Alna  to 
Hallowell,  Me.,  and  in  1841  to  Gardiner.  After  leaving  school  Mr.  Jewett 
naturally  turned  toward  the  occupation  followed  by  his  father,  who  was  em- 
ployed in  Shaw  &  Sheldon's  mill,  sawing  lumber  by  the  thousand.  He  as- 
sisted his  father  until  the  summer  of  1843,  when  he  hired  with  William  Clay 
as  a  cook  on  a  raft  boat.  Cooking  was  not  to  his  taste,  and  he  soon  asked 
permission  to  go  on  to  the  raft,  which  was  granted,  and  for  five  years 
he  worked  in  that  position.  He  then  entered  into  a  partnership  with  Mr. 
Clay,  their  business  being  to  collect  and  raft  logs  for  the  different  mills. 
In  1850  this  partnership  was  dissolved,  Mr.  Jewett  continuing  the  business 
and  at  the  same  time,  doing  quite  a  profitable  business  buying  logs  in  the 
woods  and  selling  them  at  a  rescale  to  the  down  river  mills.  In  1863  he  com- 
menced manufacturing  lumber,  leasing  the  mill  owned  and  operated  by  Will- 
iam Sargent  in  Gardiner.  The  next  year  he  bought  the  mill,  and  from  that 
time  until  1873.  was  a  season  of  great  prosperity  with  him.  He  not  only 
operated  his  own  mill  to  its  fullest  capacity,  but  also  bought  and  operated 
the  Hooker  &  Libby  mill,  the  product  of  both  mills  finding  a  ready  market. 
The  panic  of  1873  struck  him  hard,  but  his  indomitable  pluck  carried  him 
through,  and  he  continued  in  this  mill  until  1880,  when  he  sold  it  and  bought 
the  N.  O.  Mitchell  mill.  He  expended  a  large  amount  in  repairs  and  was 
doing  a  fine  business  when  in  August,  1882,  he  saw  the  results  of  his  labors 
reduced  to  a  mass  of  smoldering  ruins.  Almost  before  the  smoke  had  cleared 
away,  he  was  making  preparations  to  rebuild,  and  in  four  months  from  that 
time  he  had  a  new  mill  in  operation  and  was  doing  business  at  the  old  stand. 
Mr.  Jewett  continued  in  business  until  a  few  years  ago,  when  he  retired,  and 
now  enjoys  a  well  deserved  rest  from  business  cares.  He  never  could  be  in- 
duced to  accept  an  office  of  any  nature  with  but  one  exception.  He  has  been 
a  member  of  the  Board  of  Trustees  of  the  Methodist  Church  for  several  years, 
and  is  a  most  generous  supporter  of  the  church.  His  hand  and  purse  are  al- 
ways ready  to  assist  in  every  improvement  and  enterprise  that  will  benefit 
the  church  and  parish,  and  he  is  a  regular  attendant  at  the  meetings.  Mr. 
Jewett  has  made  a  record  for  integrity,  industry,  energy  and  whole-souled 


Ninth  Generation  711 

good   fellowship  thftt   is   indeed  an   enviable   one.      He   resides   in   Farming- 
dale,  Me. 

Children,  born  in  Farmingdale,  Me.: 

7169  Charles  T.,  born  Sept.  8,  1851 ;  died  Aug.  14,  1862. 

7170  Thomas  A,,  born  Sept.  523,  1861.     Mr.  Jcwett  devoted  considerable 

time  in  collecting  data  for  a  history  of  the  Jewett  family,  which 
he  kindly  gave  to  the  author  of  this  work,  thus  aiding  greatly  in 
its  accuracy  and  success.  He  is  a  prominent  Mason ;  a  traveling 
salesman,  and  resides  in  Farmingdale,  Me.,  unmarried.  He  was  an 
officer  in  the  war  with  Spain. 

4707  NANCY  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (James='",  James^'S 
Moses"*®,  Aaroii'""\  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah^",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Alna,  Me.,  Sept.  25,  1829.  She  married  Nov.  17,  1847,  Peleg  S.  Robinson 
of  Gardiner,  Me.     She  died  Sept.  27,  1875. 

Children : 

7171  James  Frederick,  born  Oct.  5,  1848 ;  married  Nov.  5,  1874,  Fanny 

Cregan. 

7172  Clara,  born  . 

7173  John  Walter,  born  June  28,  1854;  married  Martha  W.  Blanchard  (see 

6680). 

7174  Mary  Elizabeth,  born  . 

4708  JOHN  JEWETT  (James"",  James^'S  Moses"**,  Aaron"S  Jere- 
miah"', Jeremiah^",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  March  10, 
1835.  He  married  there  April  25,  1858,  Eunice  C.  Clark  of  Vassalboro, 
Me.,  who  was  bom  May  12,  1834. 

Mr.  Jewett  commenced  railroading  when  he  was  fourteen  years  old  as  a 
switchman  in  the  Gardiner  freight  station.  In  a  year  or  two  he  went  on  the 
road  as  a  freight  brakeman  and  has  gradually  been  promoted  to  his  present 
position.  For  many  years  he  was  conductor  of  a  passenger  train  between 
Portland  and  Bangor,  Me.  He  is  the  only  conductor  on  the  Maine  Central 
whose  name  has  been  by  universal  consent  given  to  the  train  he  run.  All 
patrons  of  the  road  called  his  train  "  Jewett's  train,"  and  what  is  more  un- 
usual, railroad  men  did  not  refer  to  him  by  his  number,  as  they  do  every  other 
train,  but  spoke  of  crossing  "  Jewett's,"  and  called  the  train  "  Jewett's  "  in 
their  despatches.  He  is  the  patriarch  of  conductors.  Mr.  Jewett  commenced 
running  on  the  road  the  first  year  after  it  was  built,  and  has  gone  through 
everything  the  Maine  Central  has  gone  through.  In  all  these  long  years 
not  one  of  his  passengers  has  been  hurt.  The  record  speaks  for  itself.  His 
career  came  very  near  being  cut  short  early.  When  he  was  running  a  freight 
his  train  dropped  through  the  bridge  across  Seven-Mile  stream,  in  Vassal- 
boro. Seven  men  were  on  the  train ;  all  of  them  were  hurt,  but  not  one 
of  them  was  killed,  strange  to  say.     In  December,  1902,  Mr.  Jewett  was 


712  Jewett  Genealogy 

placed  in  charge  of  the  new  building  for  train  men  of  the  Boston  &  Maine 
and  the  Maine  Central  roads  in  Portland.     Residence,  Portland,  Me. 

Children: 

7175  Frank  Walker,  born  May  18,  1862;  married  in  Portland,  Sept.  25, 

1889,  Geneva  B.  Morris,  who  was  born  July  25,  1864-,  adopted 
daughter  of  Charles  J.  and  Clarissa  Morris. 

7176  Carrie  Lang,  born  May  22,  1868;  married  in  Portland  Nov.  4,  1891, 

Guy  Evart  Robinson,  son  of  Sumner  Thayer  and  Sarah  Jane  (Mc- 
Farland)  Robinson.  Pie  was  born  in  Kenduskeag,  Me.,  Aug.  21, 
1862,  and  died  in  South  Portland,  Me.,  March  2,  1902.  One  child, 
Carrie  Geneva,  born  May  20,  1895 ;  died  June  27,  1899. 

4709  NATHANIEL  JEWETT  (Nathaniel-'"*,  James^^'S  Moses'", 
Aaron^-^,  Jeremiah"^,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Alna,  Me., 
March  8,  1827.  He  married  in  Ganges,  Mich.,  in  1854,  Laura  Amelia  Shead, 
daughter  of  Ora  and  Nancy  (Shipman)  Shead.  He  w^as  a  farmer  in  Alle- 
gan, Mich.,  where  he  died  Jan.  28,  1903. 

Children,  born  in  Allegan,  Mich.: 

7177  Edith  Shipman,  born  Jan.  29,  1861 ;  married  Dec.  22,  1884,  Herschel 

DuWaine  Lane.  Residence,  Allegan.  One  child,  Laura  Vashti, 
born  Nov.   18,   1899. 

7178  Mildred  Emily,  born  Jan.  11,  1867 ;  married  March  15,  1893,  Benja- 

min Franklin  Foster.  Residence,  Allegan.  One  child,  Nathaniel 
Orrin,  bom  May  16,  1894. 

4710  GEORGE  ERSKINE  JEWETT  (Nathaniel"",  James'"% 
Moses'*°,  Aaron^^\  Jeremiah"^,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Alna,  Me.,  Dec.  20,  1828.  He  married  in  Allegan,  Mich.,  June  5,  1855, 
Constance  A.  Bingham,  who  was  born  in  Barnett,  Vt.,  Oct.  25,  1829,  daugh- 
ter of  Elijah  Gilbert  and  Caroline  Belmont  (Buck)  Bingham.  He  was  a 
farmer  in  Allegan,  where  he  died  March  21,  1892.    Mrs.  Jewett  resides  there. 

Children,  horn  in  Allegan,  Mich.: 

7179  Karl  Bingham,  bom  Aug.  14,  1856;  married  Ella  Grace  Tomlinson.* 

7180  Alice  Erskine,  born  Jan.  1,  1859;  married  Frank  Nelson  Gardiner. 

Residence,  Allegan.     One  child,  George  Jewett,  born  July  20,  1902. 

7181  Von  Gilvert,  born  Nov.  17,  1868 ;  married  Antoinette  Sulhvan.* 

7182  George  Hartley,  bom  Aug.  20,  1871  ;  married  in  Monterey,  Mich., 

June  25,  1892,  Jessie  L.  Reed,  daughter  of  Ransom  and  Sophronia 
(Cooley)  Reed.  He  is  a  traveling  salesman.  Residence,  Marion, 
Ind. 

4713  JOHN   ALLEN  JEWETT    (Nathaniel"",  James"'\  Moses«*% 


Ninth  Generation  713 

Aaron**\  Jeremiah"®,  Jeremiah'*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Alna,  Me., 
Dec.  7,  1840.  He  married  there  June  18,  1868,  Harriet  Pearson,  who  was 
born  in  Ahia,  Maj'  5,  184)1,  daugliter  of  Jeremiah  and  Lydia  (Dole)  Pear- 
son. They  reside  in  Alna,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  engaged  in  manufacturing 
lumber;  he  also  conducts  a  store  and  is  postmaster  of  his  town. 

Children,  horn  in  Alna,  Me.: 

7183  Glen  Allen,  born  Aug.  1,  1870;  married  in  Damariscotta,  Me.,  Feb. 

12,  1905,  Lydia  Keene  of  Bremen,  Me.,  who  was  born  in  Bremen 
March  31,  1871,  daughter  of  Sullivan  Hardy  and  Abbie  Ellen 
(Hilton)    Keene.      Residence,  Head   Tide,   Me. 

7184  Lon,  born  Aug.   12,  1872;  married  Oct.   21,  1903,  Amy  Colebrook 

Wood,  bom  in  Newcastle,  Me.,  Nov.  6,  1870,  daughter  of  Thomas 
and  Margaret  Jane  (Thomas)  Wood  of  Newcastle.  Residence, 
Alna. 

7185  Neal,  born  July  10,  1879;  resides  in  Alna,  unm. 

4714  MILES  JEWETT  (Benjamin"'",  James^"S  Moses*"",  Aaron"S 
Jeremiah"^,  Jcremiali'*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Alna,  Me.,  Oct.  16, 
1826.  He  married  (pub.  Jan.  18,  I860)  Elizabeth  Longfellow  (see  7093), 
who  died  in  1878.     He  died  March  2,  1870,  in  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Children: 

7186  Alice,  bom  . 

7187  Albert,  born  . 

7188  Fred,  born  . 

7189  Susan,  bom  . 


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4717  HENRY  COOPER  JEWETT  (Benjamin^'",  James' 
Moses'",  Aaron"\  Jeremiah"®,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Alna,  Me.,  June  1,  1836.  He  married  in  Searsmont,  Me.,  Nov.  21,  1861, 
Mary  Elizabeth  Richardson,  who  was  bom  in  Searsmont  Sept.  22,  1844, 
daughter  of  Silas  and  Abigail  D.  (Barbour)  Richardson,  Jr.  They  settled 
in  Alna  and  removed  to  Pittston,  ]\Ie.,  where  he  was  a  farmer.  He  died  in 
Bangor,  Me.,  in  1898.  His  widow  married  B.  Franklin  Knight  and  resides 
in  Revere,  Mass. 

Children: 

7190  Caroline  Cooper,  born  in  Alna,  Me.,  Oct.  19,  1866;  married  June  21, 

1891,  Frank  David  Clare,  born  in  Milford,  Mass.,  Oct.  20,  1868, 
son  of  Maurice  F.  and  Emeline  (Hogan)  Clare  of  Springfield. 
They  reside  in  Hartford,  Conn.,  where  he  is  a  proof  reader  on  the 
Hartford  Daihf  Times.     'J'wo  children,  Ethel  Marion,  bom  Dec.  8, 

1892,  and  Leo  Maurice,  bom  Dec. ,  1894. 

7191  Bert  Grant,  born  in  Alna,  Me.,  May  1,  1873.     He  graduated  from 

the  Baltimore  University  School  of  Medicine  in  the  class  of  1896 


71 4f  Jewett  Genealogy 

and  is  a  physician  in  Springfield,  Me.  He  married  in  Spring- 
field Dec.  24,  1899,  Elinira  Chase,  who  was  bom  in  Springfield 
Aug.  30, 1869,  daughter  of  Hiram  Cakes  and  Mary  Anna  (Durley) 
Chase. 

7192  Abbie  Grace,  born  in  Alna,  Me.,  March  1,  1876;  married  Dec.  25, 

1895,  George  Walter  Cutts,  born  Aug.  20,  1869,  son  of  William 
and  Mary  J.  (Merrill)  Cutts.  They  reside  in  Woodfords,  Me., 
where  he  is  in  the  hardware  business.  One  child,  Cecil  Jewett,  bom 
Feb.  10,  1902. 

7193  Jennie  E.,  bom  in  Pittston,  Me.,  Nov.  15,  1885;  died  in  Waverly, 

Mass.,  June  8,  1905,  unmarried. 

4720  MARTHA  JANE  JEWETT  (Jeremiah"",  James"",  Moses«''% 
Aaron^^\  Jeremiah®*,  Jeremiah^°,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Alna,  Me., 
Jan.  2,  1828.  She  married  in  New  York,  Sept.  10,  1853,  William  Nelson 
Titus,  who  was  born  in  Monmouth,  Me.,  Oct.  27,  1823,  son  of  David  and 
Rhoda  (Rounds)  Titus.  They  lived  in  Alna,  where  he  was  a  lawyer  and 
where  he  died  July  20,  1854.     Mrs.  Titus  resides  there. 

Child: 

7194  William  Nelson,  bom  in  Alna,  Me.,  Jan.  12,  1855.     He  was  educated 

in  the  common  schools,  the  Waterville  Classical  Institute,  and  the 
Maine  State  University.  He  married  Dec.  27,  1881,  Frances 
Gracia  of  Waldoboro  and  resides  in  Alna,  where  he  is  a  lawyer. 
Three  children,  viz.,  Ray  Jewett,  born  in  Bristol,  R.  I.,  Aug.  3, 
1883;  William  Nelson,  born  in  Bristol,  R.  I.,  Nov.  20,  1884;  and 
Elizabeth  Gracia,  born  in  Woburn,  Mass.,  Dec.  6,  1887. 

4726  SAMUEL  PALMER  JEWETT  (Isaac"*%  James"",  Moses®''®, 
Aaron^^^,  Jeremiah®*,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Alna,  Me., 
Feb.  25,  1835.  He  married  in  Lewiston,  Me.,  Abby  Webber,  who  died  Dec. 
3,  1868.  He  married  second,  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  Oct.  20,  1869,  Leonora 
Chenery,  who  was  bom  March  22,  1850,  daughter  of  George  Warren  and 
Caroline  Wales  (Sprague)  Chenery-  They  reside  in  Gardiner,  where  he  is  a 
carpenter. 

Children,  horn  in  Gardiner,  Me.     By  first  wife: 

7195  Addie  A.,  born  ;  died  Jan.  6,  1865,  aged  12  days. 

By  second  wife: 

7196  Lillie,  bom  Aug.  22,  1870 ;  died  Aug.  30,  1870. 

7197  Caddie  Augusta,  born  July  20,  1872 ;  resides  in  Gardiner,  unmarried. 

7198  Lena  Florence,  bom  Feb.  23,  1876;  married  Dec.  10,  1902,  Walter 

Leroy  Millett,  born  in  Lisbon,  Me.,  June  29,  1878,  son  of  Joseph 
Albert  and  Lydia  (Goss)  Millett  of  Minot,  Me.    Residence,  Gardi- 


Ninth  Generation  715 

ner.      He  is  engaged   in  the  express  business.     One  child,  Louise 
Edna,  born  June  15,  IDO^. 
7109     Ray  Pahner,  born  March  ^9,  1892. 

4728  JAMES  ALBION  JEWETT  (Isaac-''%  James''",  Moses"", 
Aaron""^  Jereniiah"",  Jeremiah'*,  Josepli%  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Whitefield, 
Me.,  Jan.  8,  1839.  Early  in  life  he  removed  to  Gardiner,  Me.,  where  he  was 
known  and  respected  by  a  large  number  of  people.  For  many  years  he  was 
employed  in  a  saw-mill ;  was  a  moml)cr  of  Dirigo  Lodge,  A.  O.  U.  W.,  and  died 
in  Gardiner  March  26,  1906.  lie  married  first,  Mary  Charlotte  Potter, 
daughter  of  James   and  Mary    (Murphy)    Potter.      She  died  in   Gardiner, 

Oct. ,  1875.     He  married  second,  Miss  Powers.     About  1886  he  married 

for  his  third  wife,  Elizabeth  P.  Wakefield,  daughter  of  Henry  and  Lizzie 
Wakefield. 

Children,  horn  m  Gardiner,  Me.     By  first  isnfe: 

7200  Leander  Edwin,  l)()rii  May  4,  1872.     He  is  a  shoemaker;  residence, 

G.ardiner. 

7201  Josephine,  born  Oct.  ,  1875 ;  resides  in  Gardiner,  unmarried. 

By  third  xvife: 

7202  Mary  Ann,  born  May  29,  1888;  resides  in  Gardiner. 

4764  ELEAZER  JEWETT  (Elcazer""«,  Joseph"«%  Eleazer"«\  Elea- 
zer*^',  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah'*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Lisbon,  Conn., 
Jan.  3,  1823.  He  married  Jan.  1,  1842,  Sarah  Louise  Sherman  of  Norwich, 
Conn.  He  was  engineer  for  C.  B.  Rogers  &  Co.  for  44  years,  and  died  in 
1895. 

Children,  horn  in  Norwich,  Conn.: 

7203  Sarah,  bom  Oct.  18,  1842;  married  Sept.  22,  1869,  W.  S.  Fletcher. 

Residence,  Norwich. 

7204  Eleazer,  born  Jan.  27,  1845 ;  married  in  1866  Mary  Greenhalgh.     He 

died  in  Norwich  April  1,  1885.  He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War 
and  in  the  battle  of  Port  Hudson  was  struck  by  a  canister  shot 
which  passed  through  the  brass  plate  on  his  belt  and  lodged  under 
the  belt.  The  plate  and  bullet  are  now  in  the  possession  of  his 
family. 

7205  Mary,  born  Marcli  1,  1847. 

7206  Emily,  born  July  15,  1852;  married  Oct.  16,  1872,  Washington  Holt. 

7207  Alice,  born  ¥oh.  16,  1855. 

7208  Marshall,  born  Oct.  10,  1861. 

7209  Henry,  born  Jan.  7,  1864;  died  June  3,  1864. 

4779  LIEUT.  CHARLES  JEWETT  (Charles"''%  Joseph''"'%  Elea- 
zer*"'. Eleazer"*",  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah''',  Josoyih*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  East 
Greenwich,  R.  I.,  April  2,  1831.     He  married  in  Fairbault,  Minn.,  March  15, 


716  Jewett  Genealogy 

1857,  Mary  Nutting,  who  was  bom  Sept.  7,  1839,  daughter  of  Rev.  Free- 
man Nutting.  Mr.  Jewett  went  to  California  when  he  was  21  years  old 
and  was  very  successful.  He  later  settled  on  a  farm  in  Minnesota,  and  on 
the  outbreak  of  the  Civil  War  entered  the  army.  He  was  commissioned  2d 
Lieutenant  of  the  54th  Mass.  Vols.,  Aug.  15,  1863,  and  1st  Lieutenant  of 
the  Regiment  Dec.  3,  1864.  He  acted  mostly  as  Captain  in  place  of  his 
brother,  who  was  a  Captain,  but  was  detached  to  duty  in  almost  every  other 
capacity.  In  the  battle  of  Morris  Island  he  suffered  a  sun  stroke  and  was 
forced  to  resign  June  17,  1865.  He  returned  to  his  home,  but  the  severe 
cold  forced  him  to  remove  to  Tennessee,  where  he  died  Jan.  1,  1890. 

Children,  bom  in  Fairhault,  Minn.: 

7210  Alice  EUen,  bom  Sept.  27,  1859. 

7211  John  Freeman,  bom  April  10,  1862;  died  in  Grandview,  Tenn.,  Oct. 

21,  1887. 

7212  Mary  Lucy,  born  May  11,  1867. 

4781  CAPT.  RICHARD  HENRY  LEE  JEWETT  (Charles-"% 
Joseph^=''%  Eleazer'«%  Eleazer"%  Eleazer^%  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  West  Greenwich,  R.  I.,  July  10,  1834.  He  married  in  Chicago, 
III.,  May  13,  1863,  Eliza  Nutting,  who  was  born  July  2,  1841,  daughter  of 
Rev.  Freeman  Nutting  and  sister  of  Mary,  who  married  his  brother,  Charles 
Jewett.  He  enlisted  as  a  private  in  the  2d  Mass.  Inft.,  Aug.  30,  1862 ; 
was  commissioned  2d  Lieut,  of  the  54th  Mass.  Regt.  March  5,  1863;  made 
1st  Lieut.  May  22,  1863,  and  Captain  July  19,  1863.  Was  wounded  at 
Fort  Wagner,  S.  C,  July  18,  1863,  and  at  Cluster,  Fid.,  Feb.  20,  1864. 
His  resignation  was  accepted  at  Charleston,  S.  C,  June  19,  1865,  and  he  re- 
turned home  with  his  brother  Charles,  who  was  sick. 

Mr.  Jewett  settled  in  Fairbault,  Minn.,  where  he  was  a  civil  engineer 
and  where  he  lived  many  years.  He  later  removed  to  St.  Paul,  Minn.,  and 
entered  the  State  Auditor's  office,  which  position  he  still  fills.  He  is  a  deacon 
in  the  church  in  St.  Paul  and  was  a  number  of  years  Superintendent  of  the 
Sunday  school  in  Fairbault. 

Children,  horn  in  Fairbault,  Minn.  : 

7213  Charles  Freeman,  born  Feb,  26,  1868,     He  is  _a  civil  engineer  and 

draughtsman  in  the  Surveyor  General's  office  in  St.  Paul,  Minn. 

7214  Willie  Nutting,  born  Sept.  2,  1870;  died  Dec.  ,  1870. 

7215  Edmund,  bom  Feb.  25,  1873,     He  graduated  from  the  Minnesota 

State  University,  June,  1897,  and  is  principal  of  a  high  school 
in  Waterville,  Minn, 

7216  Mary  Lucy,  born  April  22,  1875, 

7217  Frank  Fanning,  born  Aug,  7,  1878,     He  is  a  graduate  of  the  Minne- 

sota State  University, 

7218  Gertrude  Ellen,  bom  Nov,  19,  1880. 


Ninth  Genekation  717 

4788  WILLIAM  PARKER  JEWETT  (Charles'"-,  Joseph'^",  Elea- 
2e^®®^  Eleazer"®,  Eleazer",  Jereniiah'*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Plainfield,  Conn.,  Aug.  25,  1848.  He  married  in  MinneapoHs,  Minn.,  Feb. 
5,  1873,  Mary  Louise  Bowe-Hues,  daughter  of  Charles  and  Louisa  M. 
(Wright)  Bowe.  She  was  born  in  Hincsburgh,  Vt.,  July  22,  1852,  and  died 
in  St.  Paul,  Minn.,  April  1,  1879.  He  married  second,  in  St.  Paul,  Aug.  29, 
1880,  Ella  Petrie  Lamb,  who  was  bom  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  31,  1851, 
daughter  of  Henry  and  Sarah  (Wadsworth)  Lamb.  Mr.  Jewett  attended 
a  Business  College  in  Providence,  R.  L,  and  later  went  with  his  brother,  as 
an  assistant,  surveying  lands  on  the  frontier  of  Minnesota,  after  which  he 
was  in  the  Surveyor  General's  office  of  Minnesota  as  a  clerk,  also  did  some 
work  for  the  Government.  He  was  land  agent  for  the  public  lands  of  Minne- 
sota and  later  in  the  employ  of  the  Land  Department  of  the  Sioux  City  & 
St.  Paul  R.  R.  They  resided  in  St.  Paul,  where  he  died  suddenly  from 
apoplexy  Aug.  17,  1906.     Mrs.  Jewett  resides  there. 

Child  by  first  -wife: 

7219  Mary  Louise,  born   in   St.  Paul,  Minn.,  Dec.   17,  1873;  married  in 

W^hite  Bear,  Minn.,  Aug.  1,  1901,  George  Garv;e  Forbes  of  Hart- 
ford, Conn.,  son  of  Warren  L.  and  Annie  Hyde  (Peck)  Forbes. 
He  died  in  Hartford  Jan.  19,  1902.  Mrs.  Forbes  resides  in  St. 
Paul.  Two  children,  twins,  viz.,  Harriet  Hyde,  bom  in  White  Bear, 
June  1,  1902 ;  died  June  2,  1902 ;  and  Georgia  Jewett,  born  June  1, 
1902;  died  June  11,  1902. 

4794  THOMAS  JEWETT  (Levi-"*,  Thomas  F."",  Thomas°«%  Elea- 
zer^^'j  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Bennington, 
Vt.,  Dec.  9,  1820.  He  married  in  1845  Sarah  E.  Nichols,  who  died  Feb. 
1,  1862,  s.  p.,  aged  35  years.  He  married  second,  in  Bennington,  Jan.  31, 
1864,  Harriet  Adelia  Morgan,  who  was  born  in  Wisconsin  Oct.  14,  1846, 
daughter  of  Lemuel  and  Emeline  (Downs)  Morgan.  ISIr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer 
and  resided  in  Bennington.  He  was  a  man  noted  for  his  strict  honesty  and 
integrity ;  was  prominent  in  the  Democrat  part}'  and  held  a  number  of 
important  offices.  He  died  in  Bennington  Sept.  4,  1884.  His  widow  died 
there  March  25,  1894. 

Children,  born  in  Bennington,  Vt.: 

7220  Thomas  Franklin,  born  Jan.   30,   1865;   married   in   Pittsfield,  June 

,   1886,   Nora  Luney.      They   settled   in   Kansas.     One  child, 

Harriet  Finette,  born  Aug.  ,  1887. 

7221  Charles  Levi,  bom   Feb.   6,   1867;   married   in    Boyntonville,   N.   Y., 

Feb.  26,  1895,  Mattie  Campbell,  daughter  of  John  W.  and  Emily 
A.  (Brown)  Caiiipbcll.  He  was  a  farmer  and  resided  on  the  old 
Jewett  homestead,  which  has  been  owned  and  occupied  by  a  Jewett 
since  1769.  He  was  Road  Commissioner  and  Twister  for  the  town 
and  was  h  member  of  the  Foresters.      He  died  June  9,  1905,  s.  p. 


718  Jewett  Genealogy 

7222  Laura  Finette,  born  Oct.  25,  1869;  married  Aug.  16,  1886,  John 

Leland  Brown,  son  of  John  and  Amy  (Bennett)  Brown  of  Cheshire, 
Mass.  They  reside  in  Cheshire  and  have  two  children,  viz.,  Lemuel 
Thomas,  born  March  12,  1888,  and  Harriet  Amy,  born  March  7, 
1903. 

4795  SARAH  JEWETT  (Levi'"*,  Thomas  F."'%  Thomas«",  Elea- 
zer"®,  Eleazer",  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Bennington, 
Vt.,  Oct.  26,  1822.  She  married  there  May  5,  1846,  Andrew  Pitcher  Wheeler, 
who  was  born  in  Shaftsbury,  Vt,,  Jan.  7,  1817.  In  1853  they  removed  to 
Yellowhead  township  near  the  present  village  of  Grant  Park,  111.,  where  Mr. 
Wheeler  died  from  typhoid  fever  April  20,  1882.  Mrs.  Wheeler  was  a  woman 
of  remarkable  Christian  character.  It  was  said  of  her  by  a  friend  that  "  she 
was  one  woman  in  ten  thousand,  the  most  perfect  character  that  they  ever 
saw,"  and  while  possessing  a  foresight  of  secular  affairs,  she  was  always 
upright  and  beyond  reproach.     She  died  in  Grant  Park  May  30,  1899. 

Children: 

7223  Harriet  Maria,  bom  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  March  8,   1847;  married 

Addison  B.  Muzzey.* 

7224  Hamilton  Kincaid  Jewett,  born  in   Bennington,  Vt.,  Aug.  5,  1848; 

married  Mary  Storrs  Braley.* 

7225  Herbert,  born  in  Milton,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  4,  1851 ;  married  M.  A.  Herbert.* 

7226  Mary,  born  in  Grant  Park,  111.,  Nov.  6,  1853 ;  died  Sept. ,  1864. 

7227  Charles  Harry,  bom  in  Grant  Park,  111.,  March  10,  1857 ;  married 

April  4,  1893,  Priscilla  A.  Printy.  They  reside  in  Kiel,  Okla., 
where  he  is  a  farmer.  Two  children,  Florence  Josephine,  bom 
Dec.  27,  1895,  and  Edward,  born  Jan.  4,  1898. 

7228  Thomas,  bom  in  Grant  Park,  111.,  July  19,  1859 ;  married  Aug.  22, 

1887,  Lillie  B.  Burchard.  He  is  a  farmer  in  Grant  Park.  Two 
children,  Irene  B.,  born  June  10,  1890,  and  Adelaide,  born  Sept. 
29,  1895. 

7229  Laura  Finette,  born  in  Grant  Park,  111.,  Jan.  7,  1865 ;  resides  there, 

unmarried. 

4796  SAMUEL  JEWETT  (Levi"",  Thomas  F."'%  Thomas'"",  Elea- 
zer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Bennington, 
Vt.,  Oct.  26,  1822.  He  married  in  Williamsto\\'n,  Mass.,  Nov.  25,  1859, 
Eliza  Ann  Moody,  who  was  bom  in  Shaftsbury,  Vt.,  daughter  of  Willard 
and  Nancy  (Shumway)  Moody.  They  resided  in  Bennington,  where  he  was 
a  farmer  and  where  he  died  June  24,  1882. 

Children,  horn  in  Bennington,  Vt.; 

7230  Sarah  Louise,  born  Dec.  3,  I860;  died  July  10,  1866. 

7231  Thomas  Frederick,  born  Oct.  10,  1862;  died  Dec.  5,  1886. 


Ninth  Geneeation  719 

7232  George  Alonzo,  born  June  7,  1865 ;  married  Cornelia  Marie  Crofut.* 

7233  Samuel  Lincoln,  born  Sept.  11,  1867;  married  Clara  May  Nlles.* 

4797  PERRY  JEWETT  (Levi-^S  Thomas  F."",  Thomas''*'%  Elea- 
zer**',  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah*",  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born  in  Bennington, 
Vt.,  April  29,  1825.  He  married  Lucy  Morgan,  who  died  leaving  one  son, 
name  unknown  to  author.  He  married  second,  Ann  Moore,  who  died  Aug. 
6,  1903.     He  died  Dec.  7,  1894. 

Children,  by  second  wife: 

7234  Julia  F.,  bom  May  12,  1855. 

7235  Samuel  P.,  born  March  27,  1857 ;  died  March  19,  1902. 

7236  Addie  L.,  born  Jan.  28,  1859. 

7237  Mary  A.,  born  April  5,  1862 ;  died  May  3,  1862. 

7238  Frank  C,  bom  Sept.  1,  186J<. 

7239  Kate  M.,  bom  May  30,  1866. 

7240  Elmer  L.,  born  March  1,  1868;  died  May  16,  1884. 

7241  Perry  W.,  bom  Aug.  28,  1869 ;  died  Feb.  15,  1893. 

7242  Clinton  U.,  bom  March  28,  1871. 

7243  Clayton  S.,  bom  . 

7244  Fred  T.,  born  Sept.  29,  1875. 

7245  Agnes  P.,  born  Nov.  7,  1877. 

4811  CHARLES  JEWETT  SAXE  (Elizabeth"«^  SamueP^'", 
Thomas^®",  Eleazer"",  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah*",  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom  in 
Highgate,  Vt.,  March  14,  1814.  He  married  Feb.  22,  1844,  Susan  Maria 
Barker,  who  died  in  a  few  years.     He  then  married  Ellen  Griggs,  who  was 

born  in  Brookline,  Mass.,  May ,  1824,  daughter  of  Thomas  and  Harriet 

(Fuller)  Griggs  of  Brookline.  Mr.  Saxe  was  a  merchant  and  resided  in 
Highgate  and  St.  Albans,  Vt. ;  later  removed  to  Troy,  N.  Y.,  and  represented 
that  city  in  the  Legislature  in  1860-61.     He  died  in  Troy  Oct.  1,  1867. 

Children  by  first  wife: 

7246  Ameha  Elizabeth,  born  in  St.  Albans,  Vt.,  Dec.  20,  1844;  died  there 

April  10,  1845. 

7247  Charles  Hammon,  born  in  St.  Albans,  Vt.,  Nov.  12,  1846;  died  there 

Oct.  20,  1847. 

Children  by  second  uifc,  bom  in  Troy,  N.  Y.: 

7248  Charles  Griggs,  bom  Feb.  21,  1855;  died  there  aged  7  years, 

7249  William  Arthur,  bom  May  3,  1857 ;  married  Gertrude  Lowny.* 

7250  Edward    Tliomas,  born     July     6,   I860;    niarriod    Louise    Wheaton 

Crump.* 

7251  James  Alfred,  born  Dec.  2,  1863;  married  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  June 


720  Jewett  Genealogy 

23,  1892,  Mary  A.  Wick,  wlio    was  born    Feb.  19,  1868.     They 
reside  in  Worcester,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  lawyer. 

7252  John  Walter  (twin),  born  Dec.  2,  1863;  married  Sara  F.  Burtis.* 

7253  Mary  Ellen,  born  Dec.  17,  1865 ;  died  in  Brookline,  Mass.,  May  11, 

1903,  unm. 

4812  HON.    JOHN    GODFREY    SAXE     (EHzabeth"'%    Samuer''% 
Thomas'"',  Eleazer"%  Eleazer'',  Jeremiah'',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Highgate,  Vt.,  June  2,  1816.     He  married  Sept.  9,  1841,  Sophia  Newell  Sol- 
lace,  who  was  born  Nov.  4,  1818,  daughter  of  Hon.  Calvin  and  Sophia  (Bas- 
com)  Sollace,  of  Bridgeport,  Vt.    Mr.  Saxe  graduated  from  Middlebury  col- 
lege in  1839  and  received  the  degree  of  LL.D.  from  the  same  college  in  1866. 
He  studied  law  at  Lockport,  N.  Y.,  and  at  St.  Albans,  Vt.,  and  was  admitted 
to  the  bar  in  1843.     His  professional  success  was  considerable,  and  in  1856 
he  was  elected  State's  Attorney  by  the  Democratic  party.      In   1859   and 
again  in  1860  he  was  the  Democratic  nominee  for  governor.     One  day  he 
m.et  an  old  friend  and  brother  Democrat,  a  chief  justice  in  one  of  the  courts. 
The  judge  jocosely  asked  if  Mr.  Saxe  expected  to  be  governor.     "  Yes,"  he 
answered,  "  I  expect  to  govern  myself  under  the  misfortune  of  defeat,  that 
is  all."     "  Ah!  "  said  the  judge,  "  it  is  a  great  man  who  is  governor  of  him- 
self."    "  True,"  rephed  Mr.  Saxe,  "  but  he  is  still  greater  who  is  judge  of 
himself."     For  several  years  he  edited  the  Burhngton  Sentinel,  and  subse- 
quently devoted  himself  wholly  to  literature  and  lecturing.     In  the  palmy 
days  of  the  old  lyceum  system  he  attracted  brilliant  and  overflowing  audiences, 
and  was  very  popular  everywhere.     But  it  is  chiefly  as  a  poet  that  Mr.  Saxe 
will  be  known  by  posterity,  and  more  especially  as  a  comic  poet,  though  his 
serious  eff"orts  are  very  graceful  and  elegant.     He  was  one  of  the  most  suc- 
cessful comic  poets  this  country  ever  produced,  resembling  Holmes  in  the 
finish  of  his  verse,  but  having  the  advantage  over  him  in    his    faculty    of 
punning.     He  has  often  been  styled  the  Tom  Hood  of  America,  whom  he 
greatly  resembled  in  his  poetic  eff*usions  and  whom  he  considered  his  great 
model.     Mr.  Saxe's  wit  was  spontaneous,  not  forced,  and  his  more  serious 
effusions   are  touching  and  pathetic.      "  The   Briefless   Barrister  "   and   the 
"  Cold  Water  Man  "  are  among  the  best  specimens  of  his  punning  facility. 
The  former  poem  was  the  first  he  ever  published  and  took  immensely,  being 
quoted  in  newspapers  all  over  the  country,  and  many  times  after  its  pubhca- 
tion  it  was  revived  and  went  the  rounds  again.     Among  his  longer  poems 
are  "  Progress,"  "  The  Times  "  and  "  The  Money  King."     Among  his  minor 
pieces  the  "  Rhyme  of  the  Rail  "  is  a  great  favorite,  both  here  and  in  Eng- 
land.    It  was  first  published  in  the  Knickerbocker  Magazine  in  1843.     It  is 
a  very  good  specimen  of  his  style — light,  playful,  humorous    and    witty. 
"  The  Proud  Miss  MacBride  "  is  a  much  longer  poem,  exceedingly  humorous 
and  full  of  satire  upon  the  follies  and  pretensions  of  would-be  aristocrats 
in  this  country.     At  the  suggestion  of  James  T.  Fields,  the  late  publisher 
of  Boston,  Mr.  Saxe's  poems  were  first  collected  and  published  in  one  volume 


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Ninth  Generation  721 

in  1850,  which  went  through  many  editions,  the  new  poems  of  the  author 
being  added  in  each  edition.  "  Clever  Stories  of  Many  Nations,"  rendered 
in  rhyme,  which  first  appeared  in  December,  1864,  is  among  the  poet's  best 
productions.  They  are  twenty  in  number — Itahan,  Persian,  Arabian,  Nor- 
wegian, German  and  of  other  nations — are  admirably  told.  "  The  Tartar 
who  Caught  a  Tartar,"  "  The  Blind  Men  and  the  Elephant  "  and  "  Ho-Ho 
of  the  Golden  Belt  "  are  in  a  marked  degree  characteristic  of  their  author's 
genius.  The  work,  like  many  other  of  Mr.  Saxe's,  was  published  with  unique 
illustrations.  "  The  Masquerade  and  other  Poems,"  "  Fables  and  Legends 
of  Many  Countries  "  and  "  Leisure  Day  Rhymes  "  are  among  his  produc- 
tions. Besides  these  poems,  destined  to  be  handed  down  to  posterity,  Mr. 
Saxe  contributed  a  great  number  of  minor  pieces  to  newspapers  and  maga- 
zines, among  them  the  Knickerbocker  Magazine,  the  Atlantic  Monthly  and 
Harper's  Magazine.  Among  the  more  serious  poems  of  Mr.  Saxe  may  be 
named  "Jerry,  the  Miller,"  "I'm  Growing  Old,"  "The  Church  Bell," 
"  Treasures  in  Heaven  "  and  "  Bo^'hood."  Mr.  Saxe  was  an  extremely 
genial  man  and  was  alwaj'S  popular  in  society.  He  was  a  man  of  great 
affections,  and  his  best  love  poems  were  addressed  to  his  wife. 

Mr.  Saxe  died  at  the  home  of  his  son  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  in  1887.  For 
twelve  years  he  had  been  an  invalid.  In  1874  he  met  with  a  railroad  accident 
while  on  a  lecturing  tour  in  Virginia,  and  barely  escaped  with  his  life.  The 
shock  thus  caused  to  a  naturally  delicate  and  nervous  temperament,  was  the 
first  cause  of  his  illness.  Soon  following  this  he  lost  his  wife  and  three 
daughters  and  his  eldest  son.  These  afflictions  brought  on  fits  of  melancholy, 
which  became  worse  as  he  increased  in  age.  He  was  buried  in  the  family  lot 
in  Greenwood,  Brookh'n.  Below  are  given  two  of  his  humorous  poems 
.*hich  attracted  much  attention : 

• 

THE    COLD    WATER    MAN. 

It  was  an  honest  fisherman, 

I  knew  him  passing  well; 
And  he  lived  by  a  little  pond, 

Within  a  little  dell. 

A  grave  and  quiet  man  was  he. 

Who  loved  his  hook  and  rod ; 
So  even  ran  his  line  of  life. 

His  neighbors  thought  it  odd. 

For  science   and    for  hooks   he   said 

He  never  had  a  wish; 
No  school  to  him  was  worth  a  fig 

Except  a  school  of  fish. 

In  short,  this  honest  fisherman 

All  other  toils  forsook; 
And,  though  no  vagrant  man  was  he. 

He  lived  bv  hook  and  crook. 


722  Jewett  Genealogy 

He  ne'er  aspired  to  rank  or  wealth, 
Nor  cared  about  a  name; 

For,  though  much  famed  for  fish  was  he. 
He  never  fished  for  fame. 


To  charm  the  fish  he  never  spoke, 

Although  his  voice  was  fine; 
He  found  the  most  convenient  way 

Was  just  to  drop  a  line! 

And  many  a  gudgeon  of  the  pond. 

If  made  to  speak  to-day, 
Would  own,  with  grief,  the  angler  had 

A  mighty  taking  way ! 

One  day,  while  fishing  on  a  log. 

He  mourned  his  want  of  luck — 
When,  suddenly,  he  felt  a  bite. 

And,  jerking — caught  a  duck! 

Alas!  that  day  this  fisherman 

Had  taken  too  much  grog; 
And,  being  but  a  landsman,  too, 

He  couldn't  keep  the  log! 

'Twas  all  in  vain  with  might  and  main 

He  strove  to  reach  the  shore; 
Down,  down  he  went  to  feed  the  fish 

He'd  baited  oft  before! 

The  jury  gave  their  verdict  that 

'Twas  nothing  else  but  gin, 
That  caused  the  fisherman  to  be 

So  sadly  taken  in. 

Though  one  stood  out  upon  a  whim, 

And  said  the  angler's  slaughter — 
To  be  exact  about  the  fact — 

Was  clearly  gin-and-water ! 

The  moral  of  this  mournful  tale 

To  all  is  plain  and  clear — 
That  drinking  habits  bring  a  man 

Too  often  to  his  bier. 

And  he  who  scorns  to  "  take  the  pledge," 

And  keep  the  promise  fast, 
May  be,  in  spite  of  fate,  a  stiff 

Cold-water  man  at  last !  mm 

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Ninth  Generation  >yaa 

EARLY    RISING. 

"  God  bless  the  man  who  first  invented  sleep !  " 

So  Sancho  Panza  said,  and  so  say  I: 
And  bless  him,  also,  that  he  didn't  keep 

His  great  discovery  to  himself;  nor  try 
To  make  it— as  the  lucky  fellow  might— 
A  close  monopoly  by  patent-right ! 

Yes;  bless  the  man  who  first  invented  sleep 

(I  really  can't  avoid  the  iteration) ; 
But  blast  the  man,  with  curses  loud  and  deep, 

Whate'er  the  rascid's  name,  or  age,  or  station. 
Who  first  invented,  and  went  round  advising, 
Tiiat  artificial  cut-off,— Early  Rising! 

"  Rise  with  the  lark,  and  with  the  lark  to  bed," 

Observes  some  solemn,  sentimental  owl; 
Maxims  like  these  are  very  cheaply  said;' 

But,  ere  you  make  yourself  u  fool  or  fowl, 
Pray  just  inquire  about  his  rise  and  fall. 
And  whether  larks  have  any  beds  at  all! 
The  time  for  honest  folks  to  be  abed 

Is  in  the  morning,  if  I  reason  right; 
And  he  who  cannot  keep  his  precious  head 

Upon  his  pillow  till  it's  fairly  light. 
And  so  enjoy  his  forty  morning  winks. 
Is  up  to  knavery;  or  else— he  drinks! 

Thomson,  who  sang  about  the  « Seasons,"  said 

It  was  a  glorious  thing  to  rise  in  season; 
But  then  he  said  it— lying— in  his  bed. 

At  ten  o'clock,  a.  m.,— the  very  reason 
He  wrote  so  charmingly.    The  simple  fact  is. 
His  preaching  wasn't  sanctioned  by  his  practice. 

"  Tis,  doubtless,  weU  to  be  sometimes  awake,— 

Awake  to  duty,  and  awake  to  truth,— 
But  when,  alas !  a  nice  review  we  take 

Of  our  best  deeds  and  days,  we  find,  in  sooth. 
The  hours  that  leave  the  slightest  cause  to  weep 
Are  those  we  passed  in  childhood  or  asleep! 

'Tis  beautiful  to  leave  the  world  awhUe 

For  the  soft  visions  of  the  gentle  night; 
And  free,  at  last,  from  mortal  care  or  guile. 

To  live  as  only  in  the  angels'  sight. 
In  sleep's  sweet  realm  so  cosily  shut  in. 
Where,  at  the  worst,  we  only  dream  of  sin  f 

So  let  us  sleep,  and  give  the  Maker  praise. 

I  like  the  lad  who,  when  his  father  thought 
To  clip  his  morning  nap  by  hackneyed  phrase 

Of  vagrant  worm  by  early  songster  caught. 
Cried,  "Served  him  right  !-it's  not  at  aU  surprising; 
The  worm  was  punished,  sir,  for  early  rising!" 


724  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

7254  John  Theodore,  born  April  22,  1843;  married  Mary  Bosworth.     He 

died  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  July  30,  1881.     One  child,  John  Godfrey, 
bom  July  25,  1877.     He  is  a  lawyer  in  New  York  city. 

7255  George  Brown,  born  Feb.  1,  1846;  died  Nov.  18,  1847. 

7256  Charles  Gordon,  born  June  7,  1848 ;  married  Ellen  M.  Saxe.* 

7257  Sarah  Elizabeth,  born  Feb.  10,  1850 ;  died  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  3, 

1879,  unm. 

7258  Harriet  Sollace,  bom  Aug.  14,  1853 ;  died  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  June 

3,  1881,  unm. 

7259  Laura  Sophia,  born  Nov.  13,  1856;  died  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  July  2, 

1874,  unm. 

4813  COL.  PETER  SAXE  (Elizabeth-''^  SamueP=''%  Thomas•'•'^  Elea- 
zer""°,  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^'',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Highgate,  Vt., 
July  27,  1819.     He  married  Sept.  4,  1839,  Sarah  Keith  Drury,  of  Highgate. 

Mr.  Saxe  left  his  home  when  quite  a  young  man  and  moved  first  to  West- 
ern New  York,  and  then  to  Troy,  N.  Y.,  and  again  to  Battle  Creek,  Mich., 
where  he  was  in  business  many  years,  and  finally  in  1870  moved  to  San  Fran- 
cisco, Cal.,  where  he  remained  until  the  year  of  his  death.  He  was  an  exceed- 
ingly handsome  man  and  like  his  four  brothers,  was  over  six  feet  tall,  with 
a  commanding  presence.  He  was  famous  for  his  wit  and  humor,  a  Democrat 
in  politics  and  beloved  by  all  with  whom  he  came  in  contact.  He  died  in 
San  Francisco,  Nov.  7,  1892.     His  widow  died  there  in  1896. 

Children: 

7260  Rollin  Peter,  born  Aug.  22,  1840 ;  married  Jodelphia  Amelia  Atwell.* 

7261  Minerva  Drury,  bom  July  4,  1842;  died  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  7, 

1851. 

7262  Homer  Polk,  born  June  5,  1844.     He  resides  in  San  Francisco,  unm. 

7263  Howard  Martin,  bom  April  1,  1847;  died  in  Troy,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  25, 

1863. 


4814  JAMES  SAXE  (EHzabeth-'««,  SamueP^«%  Thomas''*'%  Eleazer"% 
Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  Nov. 
9,  1823.  He  married  in  Bridgeport,  Vt.,  Oct.  9,  1850,  Sarah  Storrs  Sollace, 
who  was  born  Dec.  9,  1828,  daughter  of  Judge  Calvin  and  Sophia  (Bascom) 
Sollace,  of  Bridgeport. 

Mr.  Saxe  was  a  fine  type  of  an  old  country  gentleman.  He  was  always 
a  Democrat,  but  never  a  politician  and  during  the  Civil  War  he  contributed 
to  the  Northern  cause  in  many  ways.  A  man  of  distinguished  appearance, 
fully  six  feet  two — ever  dignified  and  courteous.  He  was  admitted  to  the 
Franklin  County  bar  in  St.  Albans,  Vt.,  in  1850,  but  afterwards  gave  up  his 


Nlnth  Genekation  725 

profession  to  follow  mercantile  pursuits,  in  which  he  was  very  successful. 
He  died  suddenly  of  cancer  in  IHH-l',  at  St.  Albans,  and  soon  after  his  death 
his  widow  and  family  removed  to  Montreal,  Canada,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children,  born  in  St.  Albans,   Vt.: 

726-i     Elizabeth   Soj)hia,  born   Sept.   18,  1852;  married  July  ,   1873, 

John  H.  Holmes,  of  Boston,  Mass.  He  died  about  1883.  She 
resides  in  Montreal. 
7265  Frank  J.,  bom  July  2,  1854.  He  graduated  from  the  Norwich 
University  in  1873;  moved  to  Troy,  N.  Y.,  the  same  year  and 
commenced  the  wholesale  lumber  business  in  the  office  of  Saxe 
Bros. ;  became  a  partner  in  the  firm  in  1882  and  moved  to  Albany, 
N.  Y.,  the  same  year.  Saxe  Bros,  dissolved  partnership  in  1893 
because  of  the  death  of  Charles  G.  Saxe,  and  Frank  J.  Saxe  wound 
up  the  business  and  in  1895  moved  to  New  York  city  and  was  made 
Manager  and  Secretary  of  the  Export  Lumber  Co.,  which  com- 
pany he  has  continued  with  to  the  present  day  and  is  also  interested 
in  many  other  enterprises  both  in  Canada  and  the  United  States. 
The  New  York  Directory  of  Directors  says  of  him  as  follows: 
Frank  J.  Saxe,  No.  42  Broadway : 

Atlantic  Coast  Lumber  Co.,  Secretary  and  Manager; 

Export  Lumber  Co.,  Manager  and  Director ; 

Export  Towing  Co.,  President  and  Director; 

Otter  Creek  Boom  &  Lumber  Co.,  Director; 

Tapper  Lake  Manufacturing  Co.,  Manager  and  Director; 

West  Virginia  Southern  R.  H.  Co.,  Vice-Pres.  and  Director; 

White  Fish  Lake  Improvement  Co.,  Director. 
He  also  is  connected  with  the  following  companies: 

National  Lighterage  Co.,  of  New  York,  Pres.,   Manager    and 
Director ; 

The  Altamont  Realty  Co.,  of  New  York,  Manager  and  Director; 

Georgetown  Water  Co.,  of  S.  C,  Secretary  and  Director ; 

Chaleurs  Bay  Mills  Co.,  of  Campbellton,  N.  B.,  Director. 

Mr.  Saxe  has  traveled  extensively  both  in  this  country  and 
Europe  and  the  West  Indies.  He  is  a  member  of  the  ^laritime 
Exchange  of  the  Port  of  New  York  and  the  City  Club  of  New 
York,  the  Oakland  Golf  Club,  Bayside,  L.  I.,  and  the  Flushing 
Country  Club.  He  never  married,  but  owns  a  handsome  place  at 
Flushing,  N.  Y.,  which  he  makes  his  home  and  where  he  keeps  many 
horses.  During  his  residence  in  Albany,  he  organized  the  Albany 
Country  and  Albany  Hunt  Club  and  was  President  for  many 
years  of  the  latter. 

Mr.  Saxe  is  well  known  throughout  the  LTnited  States  as  a 
wholesale  lumber  manufacturer  and  owns  many  thousand  acres  of 
timber  lands  in  this  country  and  Canada. 


726  Jewett  Genealogy 

7266  William  Henry,  born  March  31,  1856;  died  in  Addison,  Vt.,  Aug.  8, 

1903. 

7267  Ellen  Sollace,  born  Feb.  19,  1858;  died  Feb.  1,  1862. 

7268  Fannie  Maria,  born  May  6,  I860;  resides  in  Montreal,  Canada. 

7269  Mary  Sollace,  born  Feb.  24,  1865 ;  resides  in  Montreal,  Canada. 

7270  Charles  J.,  born  May  6,  1870.     He    resides    in    Montreal,  Canada, 

where  he  is  a  member  of  the  firm  of  Saxe  and  Archibald,  Architects. 

4816  LUCY  ABIGAIL  JEWETT  (Thomas"«%  Samue?^««,  Thomas'^', 
Eleazer''",  Elcazer^',  Jeremiah^°,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Weybridge, 
Vt.,  July  19,  1825.  She  married  April  — ,  1852,  Rice  INIontreville  Harring- 
ton, who  was  born  in  Cattaraugus  Co.,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  13,  1824,  son  of  Daniel 
and  Martha  (Haneywell)  Harrington.  They  settled  in  Independence,  Iowa. 
She  died  May  13,  1892.    He  died  Aug.  9,  1899. 

Children: 

7271  Hattie  Mary,  bom  in  Somerset,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  16,  1854  ;  married  Alleyne 

Jones.* 

7272  Thomas  Jewett,  bom  in  Somerset,  N.  Y.,  June  14,  1859 ;    married 

Louisa  Marke.* 

7273  Cora  Adell,  born    in    Somerset,  N.  Y.,  May    8,  1865.     Resides    in 

Farmer,  S.  D.,  unm. 

7274  Carrie  Ethel,  bom  in  Buchanan  Co.,  Iowa,  Dec.  29,  1867 ;  married 

James  Knight  Pinkerton.* 

4818  MARY  ROXANA  JEWETT  (Thomas"«^  Samuel"^', 
Thomas^^",  Eleazer^^*,  Eleazer^^,  Jeremiah^',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  Aug.  26,  1831.  She  married  Sept.  6,  1849,  Isaac  Morris 
Colt,  a  lawyer.  They  lived  in  Green  Lake,  Wis.,  Yates,  N.  Y.,  and  now 
reside  in  Lyndonville,  N.  Y. 

Children: 

7275  Emma  Sarah,  born  in  Green  Lake,  Wis.,  Sept.  26,  1850;  married  in 

Lyndonville,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  10,  1870,  Eugene  Rodman  Barrett,  son 
of  Luther  and  Hannah  (Mitchel)  Barrett.  He  was  a  druggist 
and  died  in  Montgomery  City,  Mo.,  April  27,  1878.  His  widow 
conducts  the  business  in  Lyndonville.  One  child,  Ada  May,  born 
May  3,  1871,  married  Aug.  12,  1896,  Joseph  Cady  Barry,  of 
Jackson,  Minn.,  son  of  Benjamin  and  Louise  (Cady)  Barry. 
They  reside  in  Lyndonville  and  have  one  child,  viz.,  Jean  Eraser, 
born  in  Lyndonville,  June  11,  1897. 

7276  Thomas  Jewett,  born  Sept.  23,  1852;  died  Dec.  7,  1855. 

7277  Jessie  Naomi,  bom  in  Green  Lake,  Wis.,  March  23,  1856;  married 

Dr.  David  Simon  Eraser.* 

4824  THOMAS  M.  JEWETT  (Samuel  A."»^  SamueP««%  Thomas'", 


Ninth  Generation  727 

Eleazer"",  Elcazer^",  Jcremiah^%  Joscph\  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Jalapa, 
Mexico,  Jan.  10,  1840.  He  married  Nov.  11,  1881,  Euquia  Felis.  Tliey 
lived  in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  where  he  was  Cliief  Clerk  in  the  United  States 
District  Attorney's  office  for  -iO  years,  and  also  the  official  interpreter  of 
the  Federal  Court  for  the  same  period.  He  died  in  San  Francisco,  from 
paralysis,  Aug.  17,  1898.     His  widow  married  Esteran  de  la  Pine. 

Children,  born  in  San  Francisco,  Cal.: 

7278  Thomas  M.,  born  Nov.  21,  1882;  married  March  24,  1904,  Bertha 

Kimes,  daughter  of  Samuel  C.  and  Mary  (Vogalsang)  Kimes.     He 
is  a  machinist  in  San  Francisco. 

7279  Rosalie  E.,  born  Jan.  22,  1886. 

7280  Samuel  F.,  born  Feb.  6,  1887 ;  died  Aug.  15,  1887. 

7281  Samuel  E.,  born  July  11,  1890. 

7282  Emile,  born  July  6,  1891 ;  died  Aug.  3,  1891. 

7283  Carmen,  born  Jan.  19,  1895. 

4826  HENRY  JEWETT  (Samuel  Ar''^',  Samuel"««,  Thomas"", 
Eleazer"",  Eleazer'%  Jcrcmiah^^,  Joseph%  Edward^),  was  born  in  the  city  of 
Mexico,  Aug.  17,  1844.  He  married  Nov.  18,  1870,  Elvira  Andradc,  who 
was  bom  in  Columbia,  Cal.,  Dec.  30,  1856.  Mr.  Jewett  resided  in  San  Luis 
Obispo,  Cal.,  for  25  years  and  during  that  time  was  elected  Sheriff,  City 
Marshal  and  Constable.     He  died  there  Aug.  11,  1889. 

Children,  born  in  San  Luis  Obispo,  Cal.: 

7284  Thomas,  born  Dec.  8,  1871 ;  died  Jan.  1,  1883. 

7285  Delia  C,  born  Oct.  30,  1875. 

7286  Carmen,  born  Jan.  11,  1877;  died  Aug.  9,  1878. 

7287  George  M.,  born  Sept.  29,  1878;  died  March  11,  1894. 

7288  Marie,  bom  Oct.   13,  1880. 

7289  Henry,  bom  Feb.  14,  1882;  died  Dec.  12,  1882. 

7290  Lucille  E.,  born  Aug.  5,  1883. 

7291  Henry  L.,  bom  Aug.  5,  1885. 

7292  Edward,  born  Nov.  18,  1887;  died  March  7,  1889. 

7293  Henrietta  M.,  bom  March  1,  1889. 

4827  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (Philo"''\  SamueP"%  Thomas"",  Elea- 
zer-",  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Weybridge,  Vt., 
Jan.  15,  1831.  She  married  there  May  1,  1855,  Oliver  Perry  Scovell,  who  was 
born  in  Orwell,  Vt.,  March  24,  1820,  son  of  Josiah  Boardman  and  Anna 
(Saxe)  Scovell.  They  resided  in  Lewiston,  N.  Y.,  where  Mr.  Scovell  was  in 
the  insurance  business. 

Children,  born  in  Leiciston,  N.  Y.: 

7294  Oliver  Perry,  bom  June  3,  1859;  died  in  Lewiston,  Sept.  22,  1882. 

At  the  time  of  his  death  he  was  a  student  in  Oberlin  College,  Ohio. 


728  Jewett  Genealogy 

7295  Elizabeth  E.,  born  Oct.  12,  1861 ;  died  Dec.  19,  1876. 

7296  Philo  Jewett,  bom  May  17,  1865.     He  is  a  teacher  of  music. 

7297  J.  Boardman,  born  Dec.  1,  1869.     He  is  a  lawyer  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y., 

unm. 

4828  HARRIET  JEWETT  (Philo"",  SamueP^««,  Thomas"«», 
Eleazer^^',  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Wey- 
bridge,  Vt.,  Nov.  10,  1832.  She  married  there  Jan.  9,  1850,  Silas  Wright 
Elmer,  who  was  born  in  Addison,  Vt.,  Feb.  16,  1827,  son  of  Chester  and 
Crucy  (Wright)  Elmer.  He  is  a  farmer  and  settled  in  Canton,  N.  Y.,  after- 
wards moving  to  Malone,  N.  Y.,  Whiteside  Co.,  111.,  and  later  returning  to 
Addison  where  they  settled  on  the  old  Elmer  homestead.  Their  golden  wed- 
ding was  pleasantly  celebrated  in  Addison,  all  of  their  children,  except  one 
who  was  dead,  being  present  with  many  friends  and  neighbors. 

Children: 

7298  Crucy  Eliza,  born  in  Canton,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  12,  1851 ;  married  George 

H.  Wright.* 

7299  Edward,  bora  in  Canton,  N.  Y.,  March  27,  1853;  married  in    Wey- 

bridge,  Jan.  9,  1876,  Mary  Bennett.  They  reside  in  Walla  Walla, 
Wash. 

7300  Howard,  bom  in  Malone,  N.  Y.,  April  23,  1855 ;  died  in  Weybridge, 

Vt.,  Jan.  11,  1874. 

7301  Philo  Chester,  born  in  Malone,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  20,  1857 ;  married  in  Wey- 

bridge, Vt.,  Aug.  3,  1880,  Etta  A.  Cherbino,  who  was  bom  in 
Weybridge  March  15,  1863,  daughter  of  J.  A.  and  Achsa  (Mer- 
rill) Cherbino.  They  reside  in  Addison  on  the  old  homestead  taken 
up  in  the  early  days  by  his  great  grandfather  Elmer,  who  came 
from  Amherst,  Mass.  Two  children,  Mabel,  born  in  1886,  died  in 
1901,  and  Clifford,  born  April  11,  1900. 

7302  Esther  Huldah,  bom  in  Malone,  N.  Y.,  July  12,  1859;  married  in 

Addison,  June  20,  1900,  Franklin  Gulley,  son  of  Erastus  and 
Roxana  (Carpenter)  Gulley,  of  Addison.  He  is  a  farmer  in  Ad- 
dison. 

7303  Horace,  born  in  Whiteside  Co.,  111.,  Aug.  5,  1861 ;  married  in  Addi- 

son, Dec.  15,  1886,  Martha  M.  Dewey,  of  Canada.  They  reside 
in  Middlebury,  Vt.,  where  he  is  a  farmer.  Four  children,  Genevieve, 
Bradford,  Marion  and  Harold  Dewey. 

7304  Harriet,  born  in  Whiteside  Co.,  111.,  Jan.  18,  1864;  married  in  Addi- 

son, Dec.  15,  1886,  Ervin  M.  Adams.  He  is  a  farmer  in  Canaan, 
N.  H.     One  child,  Arthur, 

7305  Anna  Bell,  born  in  Addison,  Vt.,  June  10,  1866;  married  there  Oct. 

12,  1892,  G.  Harvey  Forbes,  of  Benton  Harbor,  Mich.,  where  they 
reside.     One  child,  Harriet. 

7306  Mary  Johnson,  born  in  Addison,  Vt.,  May  26,  1868,  unm. 


Ninth  Generation  729 

7307  Jane  Butler,  born  in  Addison,  Vt.,  May  2,  1870 ;  married  there  Sept. 

in,  1899,  George  C.  Everest,  of  New  Haven,  Vt.,  son  of  Seeman 
and  Polly  (Throp)  Everest.  They  reside  in  White  Creek,  N.  Y., 
where  he  conducts  a  large  creamery.  Two  children,  Russell  and 
Ruth. 

7308  John,  bom  in  xXddison,  Vt,  June  20,  1872;  married  in  La  Grange, 

Ind.,  June  6,  1902,  Allic  Steel,     He  is  a  farmer  in  Cornwall,  Vt. 

7309  Kate,  born  in  Addison,  Vt,,  July  15,  1874;  married  there  Aug,  10, 

1899,  William  H.  Rotsford,  of  Vergennes,  Vt,,  son  of  Cyrus  and 
Julia  (Warner)  Botsford.  He  is  a  professor  in  the  Bristol,  Vt., 
high  school.     One  child,  Clarence, 

7310  Lucy  Ann,  born  in  Addison,  Vt.,  June  25,  1876 ;  married  there  Dec. 

25,  1900,  Karle  A.  Smith,  They  reside  in  Benton  Harbor,  Mich,, 
where  he  is  a  fruit  grower. 

4829  SAMUEL  JEWETT  (Philo-'«S  SamucP^«%  Thomas'",  Eleazer"% 
Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  July 
13,  1835,  He  married  Sept.  8,  1858,  Sarah  Ann  Foote,  who  was  bom  in 
Weybridge,  April  29,  1837,  daughter  of  S.  S.  and  Abigail  (Collins)  Foote, 
of  W^eybridge.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  farmer  and  settled  in  Weybridge,  later 
removed  to  Independence,  Mo,,  and  finally  to  Lawrence,  Kan,,  where  they 
now  reside. 

Children: 

7311  Sylvester  Scott,  born  in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  Jan.  12,  I860;  died  there 

Dec.  18,  1868. 

7312  Philo  D.,  born  in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  Nov.  3,  1861;  married  in    Inde- 

pendence, ]\Io.,  Nellie  Draper,  daughter  of  Josiah  Lyman  and 
Rachel  C,  (Burton)  Draper,  They  reside  in  Independence,  One 
child,  Philo  L,,  born  Aug,  17,  1896, 

7313  Abbie  E,,  born  in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  June  8,  1865 ;  married  in    Law- 

rence, Kan.,  Charles  Fuller.     They  reside  in  Chicago,  111.     Three 

children,  Jewett,  born  July  5,  1889 ;  Naomi,  bom ,  and  Gladys, 

bom  . 

7314  Sanmcl  Scott,  bom  in  Independence,  Mo.,  March  21,  1872;  married 

in  Lawrence,  Kan,,  March  — ,  1895,  Florence  Albaugh,  daughter 
of  Theodore  and  Sadi   (Longfellow)    Albaugh. 

7315  Burt  C,  born  in  Independence,  Mo.,  Sept,  12,  1874;  married  in  Law- 

rence, Kan,,  Evelora  Eaton,  daughter  of  Henry  and  Christian 
(Crowe)   Eaton, 

7316  Edson  A,,  bom  in   Independence,  Mo,,  Sept,  21,  1876;  married    in 

Gates  Center,  Kan,,  Sept,  ,  1902,  Lottie  Cope, 

7317  Mary   B.,  born   in   Independence,  Mo.,  Aug.   18,  1879.     Resides     in 

Lawrence,  Kan.,  unm. 

4830  EDSON       BUSHNELL       JEWETT     (Philo-^^S       Samuel"", 


730  Jewett  Genealogy 

Thomas®®'',  Eleazer"®,  Eleazer^^  Jereniiah^%  Joseph^  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  June  11,  1837.  He  married  in  Brideport,  Vt.,  March 
7,  1860,  Mary  Ellen  Gillette,  who  was  born  in  Brideport,  May  11,  1837, 
daughter  of  Reuben  and  Sophronia  (Pratt)  Gillette.  They  settled  in 
Brideport  and  removed  to  Benton  Harbor,  Mich.,  where  he  is  a  fruit  grower. 

Children,  horn  in  Brideport,  Vt.: 

7318  Eliza  Sophronia,  born  July  26,  1861 ;  married  Charles  L.  Wing.* 

7319  Lucy  Hungerford,  bom  Jan.  10,  1867;  married  George  Henry  Bur- 

well.* 

4833  SILAS  WRIGHT  JEWETT  (Philo^'^S  SamueP''®,  Thomas®", 
Eleazer"*®,  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Weybridge, 
Vt.,  Nov.  2,  1847.  He  married  in  Brideport,  Vt.,  Sept.  7,  1870,  Ellen  A. 
Pa3me,  who  was  bom  in  Brideport,  Dec.  1,  1847,  daughter  of  Horace  and 
Sarah  (Blood)  Payne.  They  settled  in  Middlebury,  Vt.,  where  he  is  a 
farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Weyhridge,  Vt.: 

7320  Sarah  Eliza,  bom  Aug.  25,  1872;  married  in  Cornwall,  Vt.,  May  15, 

1901,  Perry  E.  Bingham.  They  reside  in  Middlebury,  where  he  is 
a  farmer.     One  child,  Marjory  Ellen,  born  June  29,  1904. 

7321  Mary  Lillian,  born  June  13,  1875;  married  in  Cornwall,  Vt.,  April 

17,  1900,  Luther  A.  Roscoe.  He  is  a  farmer.  Residence,  Wey- 
bridge. 

7322  Samuel  Horace,  born  Oct.  9,  1876;  married  in  New  Haven,  Vt.,  Feb. 

25,  1903,  Jeanette  MacMurtry.  They  reside  in  Comwall,  Vt., 
where  he  is  a  butter  dealer.  One  child,  Rufus  Samuel,  born  Aug. 
15,  1906. 

7323  Charles  Lyman,  bom  March  1,  1881.    He  is  a  farmer  in  Cornwall,  Vt. 

4834  CATHERINE  CHARLOTTE  JEWETT  (Philo^^S  SamueP^'®, 
Thomas®®^,  Eleazer""®,  Eleazer^^,  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  Feb.  13,  1851.  She  married  there,  March  9,  1871,  Curtis 
Hurd  James,  who  was  born  in  Weybridge,  June  21,  1848,  son  of  Samuel 
and  Rhoda  Salome  (Hurd)  James,  Jr.,  of  Weybridge.  They  reside  in  Com- 
wall, Vt.,  where  INIr.  James  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Cormcall,  Vt.: 

7324  Henry  Curtis,  born  July  29,  1874;  married  in  Pomona,  Cal.,  April 

22,  1902,  Harriette  Elizabeth  Waldron,  who  was  born  in  Millville, 
N.  Y.,  April  11,  1881,  daughter  of  William  Henry  and  Ella  Marion 
(Linsley)  Waldron.  They  reside  in  Cornwall,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 
One  child,  Ella  Margaret,  born  Jan.  31,  1903. 

7325  Anna  Salome,  born  April  5,  1876;  married  June    13,  1900,  Ralph 

Rodney  Robblns,  who  was  born  in  Comwall,  Dec.  1,  1870,  son  of 


Ninth  Generation  7S1 

Henry  Jind  Afrncs  Augusta    (Orcutt)    Uobbiii.s.      He  is   a  farmer. 

Residence,  Cornwall.     Two  children,  Catherine  Emma,  born   Sept. 

3,  1901,  and  Ebcn  Rodney,  born  April  3,  1904. 
7326     Mary  Ennnes,  born  Aug.  30,  1878;  married  Dec.  12,  1906,  Benjamin 

Reuben  Field. 
7827     Lucy  Catherine,  bom  April  13,  1884;  married  Jan.  1,  1903,  Edward 

Hamilton  Peet,  who  was  born  in  Cornwall,  Feb.  27,  1881,  son  of 

Lyman  W.   and  Mary  Rosalinda   (Hamilton)   Peet.     They  reside 

in  Cornwall,  where  he  is  a  farmer.     One  child,  Lemuel  James,  bom 

Nov.  7,  1905. 

4835  OPHA  LANDON  JEWETT  (Philo="S  SamueP='«°,  Thomas"", 
Eleazer""",  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^',  Joseph ■*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Wey- 
bridge,  Vt.,  July  3,  1852.  She  married  there,  April  15,  1874,  John  Angell 
James,  who  was  bom  in  Weybridge,  April  7,  1853,  son  of  Samuel  and  Susan 
(Pa^Tie)  James.     They  reside  in  Weybridge,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  bom  in  Weybridge,  Vt.: 

7328  Grace  Elizabeth,  bom  June  2,  1878;  married  in  Weybridge,  July  8, 

1903,  Lemuel  Ranson  Brown,  who  was  born  in  West  Edmerton, 
N.  Y.,  Jul}'  4,  1874,  son  of  Hiram  and  Rotilla  (Pope)  Brown. 
They  reside  in  Olivet,  Mich.,  where  he  is  professor  of  English  in 
Olivet  College. 

7329  Emma  Caroline,  born  April  5,  1882,  died  Sept.  12,  1897. 

7330  John  Perry,  born  March  6,  1884 ;  died  July  9,  1885. 

7331  Samuel  Edward,  born  Dec.  27,  1889. 

4837  LOUISA  MARIA  JEWETT  (Solomon  W."''^  SamueP''", 
Thomas®*'',  Eleazer'"®,  Eleazer'^",  Jeremiah^",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  Jan.  10,  1833.  She  married  Aug.  30,  1870,  Angus 
McLeod  Crites,  who  was  bom  July  3,  18,37.  He  died  Sept.  29,  1904.  Mrs. 
Crites  resides  in  Bakersfield,  Cal. 

Children : 

7332  Fidelia  Bell,  born  Jan.  22,  1872;  died  Dec.  27,  1883. 

7333  Angus  Jewett,  born  April  26,  1874. 

7334  Arthur  Saxe  born  Feb.'  4,  1879;  married  Nov.  16,  1904,  Nellie  Le- 

nora  Duncan,  who  was  born  Nov.  24,  1880.  Ho  was  a  soldier  in 
the  Spanish  American  War,  serving  in  Co.  G,  6th  Regt.  of  Inft. 
Cal.,  U.  S.  V. ;  was  a  Quartermaster  Sergeant.  They  reside  in 
Kern,  Cal.  One  child,  Emma  Catherine,  bom  in  Kern,  June  10, 
1907. 

7335  George  Solomon,  bom  Jan.  6,  1881;  married  Maud  M.  Taylor.     He 

was  a  soldier  in  the  Spanish  American  War,  served  as  a  private  in 
Co.  G,  6th  Regt.,  Inft.,  Cal.,  I^.  S.  V. 


732  Jewett    Genealogy 

4838  SOLOMON  JEWETT  (Solomon  W.-'"-,  Samuel^''%  Thomas^", 
Eleazer'"'',  Eleazer^*,  Jeremlah^^,  Joseph^,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Wey- 
bridge,  Vt.,  jNIarch  13,  1835.  He  married  there,  Aug.  16,  1868,  Emma  Caro- 
line Jewett  (4832),  who  died  in  California,  April  27,  1879.  He  married 
(2d),  June  1,  1880,  Lois  Isabel  Rice.  She  died  Aug.  21,  1888,  and  he  mar- 
ried June  5,  1889,  Catherine  N.  McCaukay.  Mr.  Jewett  settled  in  Bakers- 
field,  California,  where  he  engaged  in  business  and  was  very  successful ;  he 
was  President  of  the  Kern  Valley  Bank  and  died  in  Bakersfield,  Dec.  26,  1905. 

Children,  born  in  Bakersfield,  Col.     All  hy  first  wife: 

7336  Eliza  Bell,  bom  June  22,  1869  ;  died  in  New  York,  Dec.  28,  1892,  unm. 

7337  Philo  Landon,  born  Jan.  18,  1871. 

7338  Lucy  Catherine,  born  July  18,  1873;  married  May  19,  1897,  Turner 

Ashby  Moncure.  Three  children,  Jewett  Parker,  born  May  15, 
1899;  George  V.,  born  April  19,  1901,  and  Turner  Ashby,  bom 
Jan.  29,  1903. 

7339  Solomon  Wright,  born  May  24,  1877 ;  married  Lucy  Elinor  Potter,  of 

Montreal,  Canada. 

7340  Charles,  bom  April  21,  1879;  died  May  4,  1879. 

4839  PHILO  DENNIS  JEWETT  (Solomon  W."''-,  Samuel"«% 
Thomas®''^,  Eleazer"^",  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  July  31,  1837.  He  married  in  San  Mateo,  Cal.,  Oct.  8, 
1873,  Jeanie  Deans  Ketcham,  who  was  born  in  Sudbury,  Vt.,  March  3,  1851, 
daughter  of  Andrew  Jackson  and  Maranda  (Buckmaster)  Ketcham. 

Mr.  Jewett  was  educated  in  Weybridge  and  the  Middlebury,  Vt.,  Acad- 
emy, and  later  graduated  at  Racine,  Wis.,  College,  in  1858,  to  which  point 
his  father  and  family  had  removed.  In  the  spring  of  1859,  he  started  to 
Pike's  Peak,  with  an  ox-team,  accompanied  by  his  brother  Solomon.  They 
reached  St.  Joseph,  Mo.,  and  after  proceeding  about  300  miles  westward, 
they  met  wagon  trains  of  Pike's  Peak  emigrants,  who  were  disappointed  with 
the  prospects  there,  and  were  on  their  return  eastward.  These  unfavorable 
reports  determined  the  Jewett  brothers  to  change  the  course  of  their  journey, 
and  they  proceeded  overland  on  foot,  and  reached  California  in  September, 
that  year,  having  walked  the  entire  distance  across  the  plains  from  the  Mis- 
souri river,  and  consuming  about  five  months'  time.  The  last  day  of  their 
travel  they  covered  about  thirty-five  miles,  and  arrived  at  Hangtown,  now 
Placerville.  The  following  spring  Mr.  Jewett  returned  to  Carson  valley  to 
get  cattle  which  they  had  left  there  the  year  before.  He  spent  about  sixteen 
months  in  teaming  in  and  about  Virginia  City,  and  then  returned  to  Cali- 
fornia. He  and  his  brother  embarked  in  the  stock  business  near  the  Tejon 
reservation,  now  the  Beale  ranch,  in  the  fall  of  I860,  and  located  the  "  Rio 
Bravo  "  ranch,  remaining  there  until  the  fall  of  1874,  when  they  sold  the 
ranch  and  a  portion  of  their  sheep  for  $42,000.  They  then  removed  to 
their  farm  adjoining  the  town  of  Bakersfield,  having  previously  purchased 
about  2,000  acres  of  choice  land. 


Ninth  Generation  733 

In  company  with  the  late  Julius  Chester  they  erected  the  first  store  in 
Bakersfield,  the  second  building  in  town.  In  1874  he  was  one  of  the  incor- 
porators of  the  Kern  Valley  Bank.  In  1865  these  enterprising  pioneers  raised 
the  first  crop  of  cotton  ever  planted  in  Kern  Co.,  on  120  acres  of  soil.  The 
prosecution  of  this  enterprise  required  the  importation  of  Chinamen  for  labor 
from  San  Francisco.  A  fine  crop  of  cotton  was  produced,  but  before  the 
crop  was  gathered  the  war  closed,  and  cotton  fell  from  $1.00  to  25  cents  per 
pound.  That  and  the  high  price  of  labor  made  the  venture  an  unprofitable 
one,  and  cotton-raising  was  abandoned. 

In  1885  Mr.  Jewett  removed  with  his  family  to  San  Francisco,  where 
he  owned,  with  his  brother-in-law,  Mr.  John  P'arnham,  the  celebrated  Crystal 
Baths,  the  largest  and  most  complete  salt  water  baths  in  the  world,  which 
are  located  at  North  Beach. 

He  was  a  member  of  the  California  Chapter  of  Royal  Arch  Masons  of 
San  Francisco  and  of  California  Commandery  No.  1,  K.  T. ;  he  also  was  a 
member  of  the  Islam  Temple  of  the  Nobles  of  the  Mystic  Shrine  and  the 
socialistic  order  of  the  Native  Sons  of  Vermont  of  San  Francisco.  He  died 
Feb.  5,  1902,  and  in  accordance  with  his  wishes  during  his  life  his  remains 
were  cremated. 

From  The  Independent  of  Bakersfield,  Cal. :  "  In  the  death  of  Philo 
D.  Jewett  in  San  Francisco,  Wednesday  night  last,  Bakersfield  and  Kern  Co. 
suffered  the  loss  of  one  of  her  very  best  and  most  highly  respected  citizens. 
»  *  *  Few  men  live  lives  so  worthy  of  emulation  as  his.  Weakness  is 
said  to  be  the  conmion  heritage  of  mankind  and  all  men  seem  to  have  their 
faults,  but  his  was  a  character  upon  which  no  blemish  could  be  seen.  Honest, 
fearless,  generous,  charitable,  he  was  the  embodiment  of  all  that  makes  a 
good,  true  and  faithful  citizen  and  a  most  valuable  member  of  society. 

"  Some  men  have  negative  or  rather  passive  lives  and  they  have  no 
enemies  because  they  do  nothing  to  make  them,  but  the  life  of  Philo  Jewett 
was  decidedly  an  affirmative  one.  He  was  an  active,  enterprising  man,  con- 
ducting business  of  more  than  ordinary  magnitude,  yet  he  had  those  inesti- 
mable qualities  that  enabled  him  to  deal  with  his  fellow  men  in  a  manner  so 
just  and  magnanimous,  that  no  man  could  but  honor  and  respect  him." 

His  widow  and  family  reside  in  San  Francisco. 

Children  : 
7341  Adalinc  Bell,  born  in  Vallejo,  Cal..  Aug.  6,  187 1;  married  Nov.  3, 
1900,  Emil  Willard  Burr.  He  is  superintendent  of  the  Alameda 
Sugar  Co.  of  Alvarado,  Cal.  They  reside  in  San  Francisco.  Two 
children  born  there,  viz.,  Edmund  Willard,  born  Dec.  12,  1901,  and 
Clarence  Child,  bom  May  26,  1903. 

7842  Lathrop  William,  born  in  Sudbury,  Vt.,  Oct.  27,  1875.     He  is  with 

the  John  Brewer  Co.,  of  San  Francisco. 

7843  Helen  Ketcham,  born  in  Bakersfield,  Cal.,  Jan.  23,  1879. 

7844  Hugh  Saxe,  born  in  Bakersfield,  Cal.,  Feb.  26,  1882.     He  is  a  gradu- 


734  Jewett  Genealogy 

ate  of  the  University  of  California.  A  member  of  the  Phi  Delta 
Theta,  Fraternity. 

7345  Jeanie  Deans,  bom  in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  July  4,  1885 ;  died  there 

March  31,  1892. 

7346  Phelps  Dodge,  bom  in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  July  1,  1890. 

4840  MARY  JEWETT  (Solomon  W."«%  Samuel"«%  Thomas««% 
Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah^',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Wey- 
bridge,  Vt.,  March  6,  1840.  She  married  in  Racine,  Wis.,  Feb.  2,  1864, 
Rev.  Adin  Almerin  Kendrick,  D.  D.,  LL.D.  He  was  bora  in  Ticonderoga, 
N.  Y.,  Jan.  7,  1836,  and  died  in  Upper  Alton,  111.,  April  7,  1902.  IVtv.  Ken- 
drick was  pastor  of  the  Beaumont  Street  Baptist  Church  of  St.  Louis,  Mo., 
until  1872;  was  President  of  Shurtleff  College  at  Upper  Alton  from  1872 
to  1894;  Pastor  of  Emanuel  Baptist  Church  of  St.  Louis  from  1894  to 
1899  and  Dean  of  the  Shurtleff  Divinity  School  at  Upper  Alton  from  1899 
until  his  death.     Mrs.  Kendrick  resides  in  Upper  Alton,  111. 

Children: 

7347  Albert  Jewett,  born  in  Waukesha,  Wis.,  Oct.  5,  1865;  married    in 

Minneapolis,  Minn.,  Minerva  Hazen  of  that  city.  They  reside  in 
Fort  Smith,  Ark.,  where  he  is  proprietor  and  editor  of  the  Fort 
Smith  Daily  News  Record.  Three  children:  Theodosia,  who  died 
Feb.  — ,  1903;  Edward  Hazen;  and  Maud,  who  died  young. 

7348  Edward  Anderson,  bom  in  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  Feb.  8,  1867 ;  married  in 

Thomasville,  111.,  Oct.  2,' 1896,  Etta  Lewis  Thomas,  who  was  born 
in  Thomasville,  Sept.  9,  1866.  They  reside  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y., 
where  he  is  secretary  of  the  J.  N.  Matthews  Co.  One  child,  Caroline 
Jewett,  bom  Aprir7,  1898. 

7349  Martha,  born  in  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  April  S7,  1868;  married  in  Upper 

Alton,  111.,  Oct.  30,  1894,  Rev.  Robert  Charles  Dennison,  who  was 
born  in  Godfrey,  111.,  July  22,  1868.  He  is  pastor  of  a  Congrega- 
tional Church  in  Janesville,  Wis.,  where  they  reside.  Two  chil- 
dren, George  Kendrick,  born  in  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  Oct.  19,  1895^ 
and  Laura  Jewett,  born  in  Janesville,  Wis.,  Feb,  10,  1898. 

7350  Chalmers  Nash,  born  in  Upper  Alton,  111.,  Oct.  18,  1872;  married  in 

Cambridge,  Mass.,  Sept.  3,  1902,  Marion  Deming  Burpee,  who 
was  born  in  Newport,  N.  H.,  June  21,  1877.  He  is  a  physician  in 
Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

7351  Mary,  born  in  Upper  Alton,  111.,  Sept.  19,  1877.     She  is  a  graduate 

nurse. 

7352  Arthur    Almerin,  born    in    Upper    Alton,  111.,  Sept.  30,  1881,  died 

young. 

4842    CAPT.     CHARLES     ELAM     JEWETT      (Solomon     W."«% 
Samuel"'',  Thomas««%  Eleazer''%  Elcazcr^%  Jeremiah'%  JosephS  Edward^),. 


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Ninth  Geneeation  735 

was  born  in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  April  27,  1843.  When  he  was  thirteen  years 
of  age  his  parents  moved  to  llacine,  Wis.,  where  he  continued  in  attendance 
upon  the  public  school.  A  short  time  before  he  was  to  graduate  and  when 
he  was  less  than  eighteen  years  old  the  Civil  War  broke  out  and  he  enlisted 
April  24,  1861,  in  Co.  F,  2d  Wisconsin  Volunteers.  This  regiment  after- 
wards became  a  part  of  the  famous  "  Iron  Brigade."  He  enlisted  as  what 
was  known  as  a  three  months  man,  but  at  the  expiration  of  that  period  he 
re-enlisted  for  the  war.  He  was  in  the  first  battle  of  Bull  Run  and  was  one 
of  the  last  to  leave  the  field;  then,  with  a  helping  comrade,  he  carried  a 
wounded  friend  to  a  place  of  safety.  In  this  battle  he  received  a  slight 
wound,  as  he  also  did  in  the  Second  Bull  Run  fight.  He  was  in  the  battles  of 
South  Mountain,  Antietam,  Fredericksburg,  crossing  the  Rappahannock 
below  Fredericksburg,  Chancellorsville,  and  Gettysburg,  where  he  received  a 
severe  wound  in  the  right  thigh  and  was  in  the  hospital  nearly  a  year  and 
from  which  he  never  fully  recovered.  He  was  commissioned  1st  Lieutenant 
of  Co.  F,  39th  Wisconsin  Volunteers,  May  17,  1864,  and  was  discharged 
with  his  regiment.  He  then  entered  the  Regular  Army  and  was  commissioned 
2d  Lieutenant  of  the  10th  U.  S.  Infantry,  Feb.  23,  1866;  was  commissioned 
1st  Lieutenant  Jul}'  28,  1866,  and  resigned  April  25,  1877,  Brevet  rank, 
Brevet  Captain,  ]\Iarch  2,  1867,  for  gallant  and  meritorious  service  in  the 
battle  of  Gettj'sburg. 

A  story  is  related  illustrative  of  the  esteem  in  which  Gen.  Sherman  held 
him.  During  ^Ir.  Jewett's  service  in  the  army  after  the  war,  he  applied  for 
six  months'  leave  of  absence,  stating  in  his  application  that  he  intended  to 
resign  and  enter  business  at  the  end  of  that  period.  This  was  refused  on 
account  of  the  intention  to  resign  being  considered  an  improper  statement 
in  an  application  for  leave  of  absence,  and  the  Adjutant  General  said  that 
"  nothing  but  his  gallantry  and  high  standing  prevented  a  revocation  of  his 
detail  on  recruiting  service,"  which  he  held  at  that  time.  A  relative  went  to 
Washington  to  see  the  President  (Grant)  in  his  behalf.  The  President  said 
the  request  should  be  granted  and  subsequently  while  this  relative  and  a 
Congressman  were  in  the  Adjutant  General's  office,  Gen.  Sherman  came  in 
and  said  that  any  member  of  the  "  Iron  Brigade  "  could  have  any  reason- 
able request  granted — "  3'es,  whether  it  was  reasonable  or  not,  b\'  God,"  and 
directed  the  Adjutant  General  to  use  the  telegraph  to  forward  the  business. 

In  1876,  on  account  of  ill  health,  he  was  granted  a  year's  leave  of  ab- 
sence, and  went  to  Kern  Co.,  California.  He  purchased  a  ranch  on  Mt. 
Brecken ridge,  and,  having  resigned  from  the  army,  lived  there  for  three 
3'ears.  In  1880  he  became  a  resident  of  Bakersfield,  Cal.,  and  soon  afterward 
accepted  the  position  of  assistant  cashier  of  the  Kern  Valley  Bank,  in  which 
lie  continued  to  the  time  of  his  death. 

He  was  granted  a  small  pension,  but  after  drawing  it  for  a  year  or  two 
he  wrote  the  authorities  at  Washington  that  he  thought  his  country  owed 
him  nothing  more,  and  stated  that  no  further  amounts  would  be  received,  at 
the  same  time  retuminrr  the  last  draft  tliat  had  been  sent  him. 


736  Jewett  Genealogy 

He  was  a  benefactor  to  many,  a  friend  to  the  weak  and  helpless,  and  was 
always  foremost  in  all  that  was  for  the  good  of  the  country  and  its  people. 
His  main,  his  leading  characteristics  were  charity  and  good  will.  These 
qualities  were  never  better  shown  than  when  he  refused  to  become  a  member 
of  the  Grand  Army  for  the  reason  that  the  war  was  over,  and  that  he  believed 
that  the  dead  past  should  bury  its  dead,  and  the  reunited  country  live  in  the 
present  with  malice  towards  none,  charity  to  all,  and  forgetting  that  brother 
had  ever  been  arrayed  against  brother. 

He  was  a  devoted  Episcopalian  and  was  Senior  Warden  and  Treasurer 
of  St.  Paul's  Church.  He  was  ever  ready  to  help,  and  the  Sunday  night 
before  his  death,  by  reason  of  the  minister's  illness,  he  read  the  service,  and 
by  what  seems  a  strange  coincidence,  selected  an  eloquent  sermon  upon  death, 
closing  with  the  words,  "  So  live  that  ye  may  ever  be  prepared  for  death." 

He  was  drowned  in  the  Kern  river.  May  30,  1892,  in  the  heroic,  yet 
vain  attempt,  to  save  the  lives  of  two  small  children  who  had  fallen  into  the 
rapids.  The  Iron  Cross  of  the  Iron  Brigade,  which  he  was  entitled  to  wear, 
was  found  upon  his  body  when  it  was  cast  up  by  the  waters.  He  married 
in  Racine,  Wis.,  Jan.  19,  1869,  May  H.  Knight,  daughter  of  Albert  G.  and 
Delia  (Gazley)  Knight.     His  widow  and  family  reside  in  Berkeley,  Cal. 

Children  : 

7353  Josephine  Antonia,  born    in    Fort  Antonia,  Texas,  Nov.  25,  1869. 

She  is  a  physician  in  Berkeley,  Cal. 

7354  Russell  Mcintosh,  born  in  Fort  Mcintosh,  Texas,  June  14,  1872. 

7355  Agnes  Roxbury,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Sept.  13,  1875.     Graduated 

from  the  University  of  California  with  degree  of  A.  B.     Member  of 
the  Phi  Beta  Kappa  Society. 

7356  Dorothy  Kern,  bom  in  Bakersfield,  Cal.,  Feb.  12,  1884.     Graduate 

of  the  University  of  California.    A  member  of  the  Phi  Beta  Kappa. 

4846  CAPT.  ERWIN  SCOVELL  JEWETT  (Charles  C.'''%  SamueP''% 
Thomas^®",  Eleazer--%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Niles,  Mich.,  April  29,  1839.  He  married  Nov.  26,  1862,  Ameha  Vir- 
ginia Cox,  daughter  of  Charles  and  Catherine   (Walters)   Cox. 

Mr.  Jewett  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War;  was  commissioned  1st  Lieut. 
of  Co.  G.,  120th  U.  S.  Colored  Troops,  otherwise  known  as  the  1st  Michigan 
Regiment;  was  commissioned  Captain  July  16,  1864,  and  later  was  made 
Acting  Assistant  Inspector  General  for  the  Department  of  the  South,  which 
office  he  held  until  mustered  out  with  his  regiment  Oct.  30,  1865.  He  was 
in  the  battles  of  James  Island,  S.  C,  of  Baldwin  Field,  and  was  aid  to  Gen. 
Potter  at  Pocolaligo,  DeVaux  Neck  and  Honey  Hill,  S.  C.  They  now 
rtside  in  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  where  he  is  the  General  Passenger  and  Ticket 
Agent  of  the  Missouri  Pacific  R.  R. 

Children: 

7357  Charles  Cox,  bom  Sept.  18,  1863 ;  married  in  Niles,  Mich.,  Nov.  17, 


Ninth  Generation  7S7 

1886,  Rose  Piatt,  daughter  of  Henry  and  Jane  (Sipple)  Piatt. 
They  reside  in  Kansas  City.  One  child,  a  daughter,  born  March 
19,  1888. 

7358  Thomas   Scovell,  born   in  Niles,  Mich.,  Aug.   20,   1866.     Residence, 

Kansas  City,  Mo.     Unmarried. 

7359  Harry  Ervin,  born  in  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  Jan.  17,  1871 ;  resides  there. 

7360  Mary,  born  in  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  Sept.  24,  1876;  resides  there,  un- 

married. 

4848  ADA  ANNA  JEWETT  (Charles  C."'",  SamueP^'S  Thomas'", 
Eleazer"®,  Eleazer'*,  Jeremiah*',  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born  in  Niles, 
Mich.,  March  29,  1847.  She  married  there  Jan.  11,  1871,  William  Edward 
Jones,  who  was  born  in  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  son  of  John  and  Mary  Jones. 
They  reside  in  St.  Louis,  i\Io.,  where  he  is  a  lawyer. 

Children: 

7361  Allan  Saxe,  bom  in  Atkinson,  Kan.,  June  8,  1874 ;  died  in  St.  Louis, 

May  11,  1880. 

7362  Katherine  Scovell,  born  in   St.   Louis,  Mo.,  Feb.   1,   1877;  married 

June  4,  1902,  Irwin  Rew.     Residence,  Evanston,  111. 

7363  George  Bayard,  bom  in  Niles,  Mich.,  Jan.  22,  1883. 

7364  Roland  Jewett,  born  in  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  Feb.  10,  1885. 

7365  Wilbur  Boardman,  bora  in  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  Sept.  ,  1888. 

4854  EUNICE  JANE  PARKER  (Eunice-^'*,  Comfort*'",  Thomas°«% 
Eleazer^*®,  Eleazer'*,  Jeremiah*^,  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom  June  24, 
1808.  She  married  June  10,  1827,  Deacon  Joseph  Myers  of  Pownal,  Vt., 
where  they  resided. 

Children: 

7366  Ruth   Harriet,  born  . 

7367  Ellen  Victoria,  born  . 

7368  Eunice  Jane,  born  . 

7369  Caroline  Eliza,  bom  . 

7370  Joseph  Parker,  born  . 


4878  REV.  THOMAS  WRIGHT  (Charles"",  Eunice*"*,  Thomas"", 
Eleazer"^",  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah*'.  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born  in  Benning- 
ton. Vt.,  Oct.  11,  1814.  He  graduated  from  Williams  College  in  the  class  of 
1835;  studied  divinity  at  Princeton  and  Andover,  graduated  in  1839  and  was 
pastor  of  the  Presbyterian  Church  in  Walcott,  N.  Y.  He  married  Jan.  5, 
1842,  Mary  Ann  Belden,  daughter  of  Zinri  Belden  of  Gilford,  N.  H.  She 
was  bom  Nov.  29,  1820.  and  died  June  21,  1845.  He  married  second,  Jan. 
7,  1847.  Ruth  Smith,  who  was  born  May  5,  1815.  daughter  of  Chauncey 
Smith  of  Butler,  N.  Y..  and  removed  to  Feltonville,  Mich. 


738  Jewett  Genealogt 

Child  by  first  wife: 

7371  Eunice  Wilton,   born   in   Walcott,   N.   Y.,   Not.   20,   1842;  married 

Dr.  Watling  of  Ypsilanti,  Mich. 

Children  hy  second  wife: 

7372  Mary  Priscilla,  born  Nov.  29,  184-7. 

7373  Charles,  bom  Nov.  26,  1849. 

7374<  Anna  Janette,  born  Aug.  17,  1851. 

7375  Chauncey  Smith,  bom  June  7,  1853. 

7376  George  Nutting,  born  Nov.  10,  1855. 

7377  Florence  Belden,  born  May  11,  1860. 

4880  MARY  BOWDISH  WRIGHT  (Solomon-'''%  Eunice"'% 
Thomas^®'',  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
Oct.  30,  1812.     She  married  Dr.  Roderick  Beeke  Newman  of  New  York. 

Children: 

7378  Delia  Mary  Eleanor,  born  . 

7379  Solomon  Wright,  bom  . 

7380  Malvina,  born  . 

7381  Roderick  Henry,  bom  . 

7382  Marion,  born . 

4882  SOPHIA  JANETTE  WRIGHT  (Solomon'"%  Eunice^^««, 
Thomas*®*^,  Eleazer^"®,  Eleazer''",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  1818.     She  married  Levi  Lincoln. 

Children : 

7383  Marriette,  born . 

7384  Melissa  Jewett,  born  . 

7385  Eleanor  Wright,  born  . 

7386  Levi  Alanson,  bom . 


4887  SOLOMON  WRIGHT  (Pliny-'''^  Eunice"«^  Thomas'''^  Elea- 
zer^^®,  Eleazer'^,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Pownal,  Vt., 
Sept.  9,  1837.  He  graduated  from  Williams  College  in  the  Class  of  1859. 
Married  Mary  Brimmer  and  resided  in  Pownal. 

Children: 

7387  Harriet,  bom . 

7388  Solomon,  born  . 

T389     A  son,  bom . 


4891  HON.     ABRAHAM     BROOKINS     GARDNER      (Eunice'*", 
Eunice"«%  Thomas««%  Eleazer"%  Eleazer'-,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^), 


Ninth  Geneeation  739 

was  born  in  Powjiiil,  ^'t.,  Sept.  2,  1819,  unci  graduated  from  Union  College 
in  the  class  of  18-iJ2.  He  was  a  lawyer;  was  Representative  to  the  Legisla- 
ture from  Bennington  in  18G2,  63  and  64,  and  speaker  of  the  house  the 
latter  year.  He  was  elected  Lieutenant  Governor  of  Vermont  in  1865  and 
1866.  He  married  first,  Mary  Jennette  Swift.  His  second  wife  was  Cynthia 
E.  Brown.     They  resided  in  Bennington,  Vt. 

Children: 

7390  Anna  Augusta,  born  , 

7391  Isaac  Tichenor,  bom  . 

7392  Estclla  Louise,  I)orn  . 

7393  'Mary  Jcnatte,  born  . 

7394  Arthur  Brown,   born  . 

4892  SOLOMON  WKIGHT  GARDNER  (Eunice-'*'\  Eunice"'% 
Thomas*"^',  Eleazer"-",  Elcazcr'*,  Jeremiah",  Joseph%  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Pownal.  Vt.,  Jan.  11,  1822.  He  married  Abigail  M.  Carpenter.  They 
resided  in  Pownal,  which  town  he  represented  in  the  Legislature  in  1865. 

7395  Lyman  Carpenter,  born  . 

7396  Hannah  A.,  born  . 

7397  George  Card,  i)orn  . 

7398  David  Solomon,  born  . 

7399  Frederic  W.,  born . 


4896  TIMOTHY  Vv^RIGHT  IIOXIE  (Sophia=«*^\  Eunice"^', 
Thomas®*'^  Eleazer"",  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  borii 
Dec.  1,  1818.  He  married  Mary  Elizabeth  Palmer  and  resided  in  Boston, 
Mass. 

Children : 

7400  Mary  Alice,  born  July  9,  1847;  married  Dec.  1,  1868,  Wilson  M. 

riy. 

7401  Mendell  Wright,  born  Nov.  1,  1849;  died  Aug.  20,  1865. 

7402  Emily,  bom  May  21,  1852;  died  Aug.  4,  1853. 

7403  Henry  Dexter,  born  Feb.  15,  1855. 

7404  Helen  Sophia,  born  July  9,  1857. 

7405  Walter  Palmer,  born  INIay  23,  1860. 

4899  CHARLES  WRKJHT  HOXH^  (Sophia-''^',  Eunice"", 
Thomas°*'^  Eleazer"",  Eleazer^',  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  March  24,  1828.  He  married  Oct.  7,  1851,  Harriet 
Dorleske  Jones,  who  was  born  in  Wiliiamstown,  Mass.,  Dec.  18,  1833,  daugh- 
ter of  John  Reeves  Jones  of  Serena,  III.  They  settled  in  Pownal,  \'t.,  removed 
to  Serena,  111.,  and  later  to  Ottawa,  111. 


740  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

7406  Harriet  Ardela,  born  in  Pownal,  Vt.,  Aug.  1,  1852. 

7407  Charles  Wright,  born  in  Pownal,  Vt.,  July  26,  1854. 

7408  John  Henry,  born  in  Pownal,  Vt.,  Oct.  23,  1855. 

7409  Flora  Sophia,  born  in  Serena,  111.,  Feb.  6,  1858. 

7410  Eunice  Ada,  born  in  Serena,  111.,  Jan.   14,  I860. 

7411  Mercy  Ethlen,  born  in  Serena,  111.,  Oct.  20,  1861. 

7412  Ezra  Boardman,  bom  in  Serena,  111.,  Aug.  26,  1863. 

7413  Alberta  Isabel,  born  in  Serena,  111.,  Aug.  24,  1865. 

7414  Isaac  Tichenor,  born  in  Serena,  111.,  April  12,  1867. 

7415  Lowell  Hiland,  bom  in  W^allace,  111.,  Oct.  22,  1868. 

7416  Loretta  Ellen  (twin),  born  in  Wallace,  111.,  Oct.  22,  1868. 

4904  CLARINDA  BOARDMAN  WILLIAMS  (Elvira""",  Eunice"'% 
Thomas''',  Eleazer"',  Eleazer'',  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Goshen,  Mass.,  Aug.  31,  1836.  She  married  Lucius  Manlius  Boltwood, 
son  of  Lucius  and  Fanny  Haskins  (Shcpard)  BoltAvood  of  Amherst,  Mass. 
He  graduated  from  Amherst  College  in  the  class  of  1843 ;  was  Librarian  of 
that  College  from  1852  to  1863;  Postmaster  of  Amherst  from  June,  1861, 
to  July,  1865 ;  member  of  the  Massachusetts  Senate  1859-60  and  Assistant 
Librarian  of  the  Congressional  Library  at  Washington,  D.  C,  in  1867  and 
1868.  After  which  he  was  Librarian  of  the  Young  Men's  Institute  of  Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Children: 

7417  George  Shepard,  bom  in  Amherst,  Mass.,  March  2,  1861. 

7418  Lucius,  bom  in  Amherst,  Mass.,  July  27,  1862. 

7419  Charles  Wright,  born  in  Washington,  D.  C,  Dec.  6,  1867. 

4913  MARY  EVELYN  SPAULDING  (Fanny'«°%  Tryphena"«% 
Thomas'"',  Eleazer"',  Eleazer^%  Jeremiah"',  Joseph*,  Edward"),  was  born 
April  16,  1813.  She  married  Dec.  2,  1840,  Henry  Way,  son  of  Benjamin 
Way  of  Alexander,  N.  Y.     They  resided  in  Almont,  Mich. 

Children: 

7420  Evelyn  Adelaide,  born  Dec.  6,  1841 ;  married  March  29,  1868,  Will- 

iam Henry  Lamb  of  Dryden,  Mich. 

7421  Olive  Frances,  born  June  18,  1844;  married  Dec.  30,  1864,  Watson 

Holloclc  of  Almont,  Mich. 

7422  Loan  Dennis,  born  Aug.  3,  1846.     He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War ; 

enlisted  Nov.  11,  1864,  and  served  seven  months  in  Co.  B,  30th 
Mich.  Vols.,  Home  Guard,  stationed  at  Port  Huron. 

7423  Frank  Spanlding,  bom  Sept.  19,  1848. 

7424  Zoraida  Nancy,  born  Oct.  27,  1850;  died  Jan.  12,  I860. 

7425  Mary  Ellie,  bora  Nov.  16,  1852. 

7426  Virginia  Florence,  born  March  11,  1853. 

7427  Rosa  Stevens,  bom  Aug.  30.  1857. 


Ninth  Generation  741 

4915  BENJAMIN  FRANKLIN  SPAULDING  (Fanny=««%  Try- 
phena"'',  Thomas"",  Eleazcr"",  Eleazer'-,  Jeremiah'%  JosephS  Edward'), 
was  bom  Aug.  9,  1823.  He  married  Melissa  Marsh  and  settled  in  Giard, 
la.  Was  Sheriff  of  the  County  and  a  United  States  detective.  He  died  in 
Giard  Dec.  22,  1862. 

Children : 

7428  Helen,  bom  Dec.  7,  1841 ;  died ,  1844. 

7429  Anibd,  born  Nov.  1,  1843. 

7430  Walter  Dclos,  born  . 

7431  Clayton,  born . 

7432  Clarence,  born  . 

7433  Franklin,  bom  . 

7434  Carl  Saxe,  bom  Feb. ,  1863. 

4919  CLARISSA  ELIZA  SAXE  (Clarissa*"",  Tryphena"", 
Thomas"",  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
June  15,  1824.  She  married  Jan.  1,  1845,  James  Parish  Place.  They  lived 
in  Highgate,  Vt. 

Children: 

7435  Lizzie  Landis,  born  April  3,  1846. 

7436  Harriet  Saxe,  born  Sept.  22,  1848. 

7437  Sarah  Griffin,  born  Oct.  23,  1850. 

7438  William  Anbury,  bom  Nov.  3,  1852. 

7439  James  Conrade,  born  Sept.  18,  1854. 

7440  Charles  Henry,  born  Oct.  8,  1856. 

4920  HANNAH  SAXE  (Clarissa'"^  Tryphena'"**,  Thomas"",  Elea- 
zer"*",  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah''',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  Jan.  16,  1827. 
She  married  Oct.  31,  1849,  Zephaniah  Keith  Drury  of  Highgate,  Vt. 

• 

Children: 

7441  Horace  Saxe,  born  Feb.  23,  1852. 

7442  Sarah  Clarissa,  bom  May  21,  1857. 

7443  Ninerva  Saxe,  bom  Feb.  8,  1866. 

4932  SUSAN  FRANCES  DUNNING  (Loan"'%  Tryphena'"", 
Thomas"',  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Boylin's  Grove,  la.,  April  29,  1823.  She  married  Feb.  20,  1841,  Silas 
Needham  and  resided  in  Boylin's  Grove. 

Children,  born  in  Boylin's  Grove,  la.: 

7444  Edward  Elmore,  bom  Jan.  23,  1842;  married  May  16,  1862,  Hannah 

Ensign.  He  enlisted  for  tlie  Civil  War  in  Co.  F,  32d  Iowa  Vols., 
Jan.  1,  1864;  was  in  the  battles  of  Fort  DeRussey,  Pleasant  Hill, 
Nashville,  and  Mobile.     He  was  severely  wounded  in  the  face,  for 


742  Jewett  Genealogy 

which  he  receives  a  pension ;  was  discharged  April  30,  1866.     Two 
cliildren,  Orlin  Hubert  and  Gilbert. 

7445  Melville  Silas,  bom  May  1,  1846. 

7446  Leslie  Benjamin,  born  July  30,  1851. 

7447  Lillian  Tryphosa,  bom  Sept.  12,  1861. 

4934  ALZIMA  ELIZA  DUNNING  (Loan^«^%  Tryphena"«% 
Thomas''•''^  Eleazcr''",  Eleazer^',  Jcremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Boylin's  Grove,  la.,  July  31,  1827.  She  married  Nov.  17,  1846,  Franklin 
Brainnick  and  lived  in  Boylin's  Grove. 

Children,  born  in  Boylin's  Grove,  la.: 

7448  Charles   Franklin,  bora  Feb.  7,   1847;  married   Cynthia  McKinney. 

One  child,  Ephraim  Francis. 

7449  Norrissa  Alzima,  born  July  28,  1851 ;  married  Dec.  28,  1866,  Charles 

E.  Waist.     She  died  Nov.  7,  1867.     One  child,  Norrissa  Alice. 

7450  Francis  Albert,  bom  June  22,  1853 ;  died  Sept.  4,  1853. 

7451  Etta  Maria,  born  March  19,  1857 ;  died  Nov.  27,  1857. 

7452  Fremont  Grant,  born  March  4,  1864 ;  died  Nov.  15,  1865. 

4940  ALBERT  GEORGE  DUNNING  (Loan'«'-,  Tryphena"'', 
Thomas*"'%  Eleazer''',  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah'%  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Boylin's  Grove,  la.,  Jan.  8,  1841.  He  married  Feb.  21,  1864,  Martha 
J.  Niece  and  resided  in  Boylin's  Grove. 

Children: 

7453  Charles  Raymond,  born . 

7454  Frank  Lewis,  born  . 


13S9 


4941  ABRAM  HERBERT  DUNNING  (Loan-«'%  Tryphena  , 
Thomas"^',  Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Boylin's  Grove,  la.,  Nov.  24,  1842.  He  married  Sept.  5,  1864,  Emma 
Hammond.  He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War  in  Co.  E,  32d  Iowa  Vols., 
for  six  months  and  was  transferred  to  the  invalid  corps  on  part  duty  at 
Davenport,  la.,  where  he  served  two  years  and  a  half.     Residence,  Denver 

City,  Col. 

Children: 

7455  Abra,  bom  . 

7456  Harris  Lester,  born . 

4951  ALBERT  SEDLEY  BURTON  (Mary^"«,  Tryphosa"'", 
Thomas''®%  Eleazer"^  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  St.  Alabns,  Vt.,  Sept.  21,  1808.  He  married  July  10,  1835,  Prudence 
Hopson  Beardsley  and  resided  in  St.  Albans  Bay,  Vt.,  where  he  died  Dec.  5, 
1842.     They  had  two  children  that  died  in  Infancy  and: 


Ninth  Generation  743 

7457  Cornelia  Chloe,  born  in  St.  Albuns,  Vt.,  April  5,  1836;  married  Sept. 

20,  1853,  Lsrcal  Smith  Bostwich  of  St.  Albans  Bay.  Three  chil- 
dren, Arthur  Burton,  born  June  12,  1854;  Milton  Swift,  born  July 
7,  1856;  and  Cornelius  Albert,  born  Dec.  12,  1862. 

4954  MARY  MALVINA  BURTON  (Mary-«^«,  Tryphosa^«°°,  Thomas'", 
Eleazer""",  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^'*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  St.  Albans, 
Vt.,  Dec.  22,  1816.  She  married  Aug.  4,  1841,  Marcus  Wells  Beardsley  and 
lived  in  St.  Albans,  where  their  children  were  born. 

Children: 

7458  Charles  Burton,  born  x\pril  4,  1851. 

7459  Frederic  Wells,  born  July  2,  1858. 

4955  CARLOS  CARLTON  BURTON  (Mary-"«,  Tryphosa''''% 
Thomas""^,  Eleazer^"",  Eleazer^",  Jereiniah^'\  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  St.  AlbaiTs,  Vt.,  Jan.  13,  1820.  He  married  Oct.  10,  1849,  Semira  Sophia 
Barstow  and  resided  in  St.  Albans. 

Children,  horn  in  St.  Albans,  Vt.: 

7460  Marcus  Carlos,  born  Aug.  20,  1850. 

7461  Sidney  Barstow,  born  Feb.  28,  1853. 

7462  Theodore  Jarvis,  born  JuW  16,  1855. 

4956  AGNES  TRYPHOSA  BURTON  (Mary^'*",  Tryphosa"»% 
Thomas®^',  Eleazer""",  Eleazer^",  Jereniiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  St.  Albans,  Vt.,  Oct.  9,  1821.  She  married  in  St.  Albans  Bay,  Vt.,  Sept. 
5,  1848,  Alanson  Manzer  Clark  and  lived  in  St.  Albans  Bay,  where  all  of 
their  children  were  bom. 

Children: 

7463  John  Burton,  born  June  17,  1850;  died  Sept.  20,  1850. 

7464  Howes  Burton,  born  May  13,  1852. 

7465  Mary  Burton,  born  Aug.  16,  1853. 

7466  Kate  Manzer,  born  Sept.  20,  18.55. 

7467  Agnes  Maria,  born  July  21,  1861. 

4957  JOSIAH  HOWES  BT^RTON  (Mary^"«,  Tryphosa'"°, 
Thomas"*'^,  Eleazer^^°,  Eleazer^*,  Jeremiah'",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  l)orn 
in  St.  Albans,  Vt.,  Dec.  27,  1824.  He  married  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  11, 
1852,  Lucia  Maria  Clark.     They  lived  in  New  York  City. 

Children: 

7468  Clark  Candee,  born  in  St.  Albans  Bay,  Vt.,  May  11,  1853. 

7469  Frank  Vincent,  born  in  Perjn  Yan,  N.  ¥.,  May  29,  1855. 

7470  Robert  Lewis,  born  in  New  York  Citv,  March  27,  1860. 


744  Jewett  Genealogy 

4966  JOHN  ABXER  BURTON  HANNSON  (Sophia^'",  Tryphosa^'«°, 
Thomas^®^  Eleazer"°,  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Canada  West,  Sept.  20,  1824.  He  married  March  22,  1848,  Sarah  Mc- 
Leod  and  resided  in  Ottawa  City,  Canada. 

Children,  born  in  Ottawa  City,  Canada: 

7471  Thomas  Jewett,  bom  July  19,  1849. 

7472  Margaret  Sophia,  born  June  20,  1851. 

7473  Esther  Pomroy,  born  May  31,  1854. 

7474  Christy  Ann,  born  April  13,  1857. 

7475  Elizabeth  Janette,  born  April  7,  1861. 

7476  Hannah,  born  Feb.  10,  1863. 

4967  HORACE  LISCOMB  HANNSON  (Sophia''",  Tryphosa^''% 
Thomas*"'%  Eleazer"",  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Canada  West,  June  29,  1826.  He  married  Jan.  22,  1849,  Mary  Allen 
and  settled  in  Geneva,  Ohio,  where  he  died  Aug.  30,  1858. 

Children,  horn  in  Geneva,  Ohio: 

7477  Esther  Pomroy,  born  Dec.  2,  1854;  died  May  13,  1856. 

7478  Horace  Silas,  born  May  2,  1857. 

4968  JAMES  MILVILLE  TISDALE  HANNSON  (Sophia-'-\  Try- 
phosa'""",  Thomas<'*'%  Eleazer'-%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Canada  West,  Dec.  30,  1827.  He  married  Aug.  22,  1849, 
Eliza  Burnham  and  settled  in  Ottawa  City,  Canada,  where  she  died.  He 
married  second,  Oct.  16,  1856,  Elizabeth  Nicholson. 

Children,  horn  in  Ottawa  City,  Canada.     By  -first  wife: 

7479  Eliza  Ann,  bom  July  2,  1850. 

By  second  wife: 

7480  Sophia  Maria,  born  Dec.  7,  1857. 

7481  Frank  Milville,  born  Oct.  8,  I860. 

7482  Minnie  Elizabeth,  born  Feb.  8,  1863;  died  Aug.  7,  1863. 

7483  Maria  Ehzabeth,  born  Jan.  21,  1865. 

4979  FRANCES  HARRIET  BURTON  (Helen-«=^  Tryphosa""*", 
Thomas^®°,  Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jercmiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
June  9.  1835.  She  married  March  14,  1857,  Richard  Seaton  Blossom.  He 
enlisted  during  the  Civil  War  as  Orderly  Sergeant  in  Co.  C,  103d  Ohio  Volun- 
teers, for  one  year  and  a  half;  sickened  a^d  died  Jan.  27,  1863.  She  mar- 
ried second,  Julv  4,  1866,  John  Harris  Bowman  of  Cleveland,  Ohio. 


Ninth  Geneeation  74«5 

Children,  by  first  husband: 

7484  Sidney  Burton,  born . 

7485  Carrie  Louisa,  bom . 

4983  BRYON  BURTON  BARNEY  (Esther"",  Tryphosa''"*, 
Thomas"*',  Eleazer*"*,  Eleazer'*,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Swanton,  Vt.,  July  25,  1828.  He  married  July  28,  1849,  Alalinda  Mar- 
vin. She  was  born  Aug.  18,  1829,  and  died  Aug.  24,  1858.  He  was  a 
soldier  in  the  Civil  War;  enlisted  Nov.  31,  1861,  and  was  discharged  Aug. 
3,  1864 ;  was  a  sergeant  in  Co.  F,  7th  Vermont  Vols.  They  resided  in  Swan- 
ton,  Vt. 

Children,  horn  in  Sicanton,  Vt.: 

7486  Clara  Marvin,  born  June  25,  1852. 

7487  Helen  Hathaway,  born  Feb.  22,  1855. 

7488  William  Henry,  born  Sept.  11,  1857. 

4989  COLONEL  ALBERT  BURTON  JEWETT  (Eleazer"'%  Elea- 
zer"",  Thomas''•'^  Eleazer"",  Eleazer'-,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Swanton,  Vt.,  March  20,  1829.  He  married  March  20,  1851,  Achsa 
Griffin.  Mr.  Jewett  enlisted  for  the  Civil  War  as  1st  Lieutenant  of  Co.  A, 
1st  Regiment  Vols,  (a  three  months'  regiment)  April  27,  1861,  and  was 
mustered  out  Aug.  15,  1861.  He  again  enlisted  Aug.  26,  1862,  as  Colonel 
of  the  10th  Vermont  Volunteers  and  resigned  on  account  of  physical  dis- 
ability April  25,  1864.  He  was  stationed  most  of  the  time  on  the  upper 
Potomac  and  was  in  the  battle  of  Orange  Grove,  Nov,  27,  1863.  Soon  after 
leaving  the  service  he  became  interested  in  the  proposed  St.  Johnsbury  and 
Lake  Champlain  R.  R.,  and  it  was  largely  due  to  his  efforts  that  the  road 
was  finally  built.  He  was  Superintendent  of  the  road  until  it  was  sold  to 
the  Boston  and  Maine  R.  R.  They  lived  in  Swanton,  where  he  died  March 
6,  1887. 

Children,  horn  in  Swanton,  Vt. : 

7489  Frances  Emily,  born  June  12,  1852;  died  June  ,  1870. 

7490  George  Albert,  born  April  25,  I860;  died  Oct.  ,  1880. 

4991  ELEAZER  THOMAS  JEWETT  (Eleazer"=«,  Eleazer"", 
Thomas""'^,  Eleazer^"",  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Swanton,  Vt.,  Feb.  22,  1833.  He  married  Feb.  10,  1862,  Laura  Jones, 
who  died  without  issue.  He  married  second,  in  1872,  Harriet  Branch.  They 
resided  in  St.  Albans,  Vt.     He  died  Oct.  30,  1893. 

Children: 

7491  A  daughter,  born  ;  died  in  infancy. 

7492  Marion  B.,  horn  Oct.  2,  1873:  married  C.  O.  Metcalf  and  resides  in 

San  Jose,  Cal. 


746  Jewett  Genealogy 

4994  LIEUT.    ERASTUS    W.    JEWETT    (Eleazer^«^%    Eleazer"", 
Thomas""',  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jereniiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Swanton,  Vt.,  April  1,  1839.     He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War;  was 
mustered  into  the  service  June  14,  1862,  as  2d  Lieutenant  of  Co.  A,  9th 
Vermont  Vols.,  and  was  promoted  to  1st  Lieutenant  May  24,  1863 ;  resigned 
Nov.  21,  1864.     He  was  at  the  surrender  of  Hai-per's  Ferry,  was  paroled  and 
did  garrison  duty  at  Chicago,  Yorktown,  Portsmouth,  Va.,  and  Newbern, 
N.  C.      He,  by  long  and  persistent  resistance  and  the  burning  of  bridges, 
kept  a  superior  force  of  the  enemy  at  a  distance  and  thus  covered  the  re- 
treat of  the  garrison  from  Newport  Barracks,  N.  C,  Feb.  2,  1864.     For 
this  he  received  a  medal  of  honor  from  the  United  States  Government. 

Mr.  Jewett  was  Commander  of  the  G.  A.  R.  for  the  District  of  Ver- 
mont. He  married  Oct.  28,  1863,  Fannie  Brigham,  who  died  Oct.  5,  1882. 
He  married  second,  Nov.  2,  1897,  Edna  Clarke  Lawrence,  daughter  of 
Chester  F.  and  Pauline  (Mason)  Lawrence.     Mr.  Jewett  died  Feb.  20,  1906. 

Children,  all  hy  -first  wife: 

7493  Jessie  Brigham,  born  Dec.  9,  1865. 

7494  Mary  F.,  bom  Oct.  8,  1867 ;  died  Oct.  2,  1869. 

7495  Nellie  H.,  bom  Sept.  7,  1869. 

7496  Walter  C,  born  May  25,  1873;  died  Sept.  4,  1903. 

4995  CHARLES  SAXE  .  JEWETT  (Eleazer^«'%  Eleazer'^", 
Thomas""',  Eleazer''",  Eleazer'-,  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Swanton,  Vt.,  July  22,  1841.     He  married  Jan.  1,  1867,  Louisa  Shelton. 

Children : 

7497  Harlan,  born  Jan.  31,  1868;  died  March  3,  1871. 

7498  George  E.,  born  May  15,  1869. 

7499  Eva  L.,  born  Nov.  6,  1871 ;  married  A.  W.  Bingham,  Sept.  3,  1895. 

7500  Grace  Ella,  bora  July  7,  1875;  died  May  24,  1893. 

7501  Charles,  born  Aug.  15,  1873;  died  Feb.  14,  1891. 

7502  Achsa,   born   May    18,    1880;   married   Aug.    15,    1900,   George   D. 

Colpas,  and  died  July  1,  1902. 


665 


4997  MYRON  HOLLY  JEWETT  (Eleazer-''",  Eleazer^'^',  Thomas 
Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora  in  St.  Albans, 
Vt.,  March  13,  1848.  He  married  there  April  2,  1872,  Abbie  D.  Laselle, 
daughter  of  Ralph  and  Augusta  (Young)  Laselle.  They  settled  in  St. 
Albans,  removed  to  Highgate,  Vt.,  and  now  reside  in  Swanton,  Vt.,  where 
Mr.  Jewett  is  in  the  coal,  wood  and  hay  business.  He  is  a  member  of  the 
L  O.  O.  F. 

Children: 
7603     John  Laselle,  bora  in  St.  Albans,  Vt.,  Oct.  12,  1873;  married  Feb. 


U: 


Ninth  Generation  747 

16,   1902,   Charlotte  May   ("orey.      Residence,  Swanton,  Vt.      One 
child,  Charles  Corey,  l)orn  June  10,  1903. 
7604)     Frank  Roland,  born  in  St.  Albans,  Vt.,  March  3,  187S;  married  June 
24,  1905,  Virginia  Saxe  Bourret.     Mr.  Jewett  is  a  graduate  of  the 
University  of  Veniiont  and  of  Harvard  College. 

7505  Jason  Clarence,  born  in  Highgate,  Vt.,  Feb.  13,  1886. 

7506  Mary  Frances,  born  in  Highgate,  \'t.,  Aug.  13,  1891. 

5006  SARAH  BOWDISH  (Columbus  Jr''\  Mary''"-,  Thomas"", 
Eleazer*'",  Eleazer'*,  Jeremiah'",  Joseph^  P^dward'),  was  born  in  Wey- 
bridge,  Vt.,  Aug.  7,  1819.  She  married  March  3,  184-1,  John  Wales,  son 
of  Shubael  and  Sophia  (Phillips)  Wales.  They  resided  in  Weybridge,  where 
she  died  March  30,  1884.     He  died  there  Feb.  11,  1901. 

Children,  born  in  Weijbridge,  Vt.: 

7507  Sophia,  born  March ,  1843;  died  April  17,  1844. 

7508  Emma  Sophia,  born  June  16,  1844;  married  Rollin  Sumner  Shaw.* 

7509  Ruth  Burgess,  born  April  27,  1846;  married  Oct.  29,  1867,  Daniel 

Caleb  Wright,  who  was  bom  in  New  Haven,  Vt.,  Feb.  21,  1847, 
son  of  Caleb  and  Harriet  (Rockwood)  Wright.  They  resided  in 
W^vbridge,  where  she  died  Feb.  25,  1904.  He  died  there  Sept.  2, 
1899.  One  child,  Sarah  Harriet,  born  in  New  Haven,  Vt.,  Dec. 
11,  1870;  married  Arthur  Freeguard  and  resides  in  New  Haven. 

7510  Pomeroy  Bowdish,  born  June  ,  1853;  died  Nov.  28,  1865. 

5007  JOSEPH  BOWDISH  (Columbus  J.-^^\  Mary''"-,  Thomas"", 
Elcazer"-",  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah'",  Joseph^,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Weybridge, 
Vt.,  March  30,  1822.  He  married  March  30,  1853,  Mary  Josephine  Bing- 
ham, who  was  born  in  Granville,  Vt.,  June  16,  1830.  They  resided  in  Wey- 
bridge. 

Children,  born  m  Weybridge,  Vt.: 
7611      Carrie  Ellen,  born  Feb.   20,  1856;  married  June  30,  1886,   Horace 

Hubbard  Bryant,  who  was  born  in  Leicester,  Mass.,  Jan.  4,  1837. 

Residence,  Weybridge. 
7512      Harriet    Eugenia,    bom    March    26,    1858;    married    Robert    James 

Bowles.* 
7613     Ruth  Adaline,  born  Se})t.  23,  1861  ;  died  in  Weybridge,  uiuiiarried. 

7514  Joseph,  born  July  11,  1864;  died  in  Weybridge,  April  10,  1900. 

7515  Mary  Bingham,  born  Nov.  14,  1866 ;  died"  in  Weybridge  Dec.  7,  1884. 

7516  Martha  Stella,  born  Oct.  19,  1868;  resides  in  Weybridge. 

7517  Edward,  born  Aug.  25,  1872;  married  in  Middlebury,  Vt.,  March  16, 

1904,  Edna  May  Elkins,  who  was  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Nov.  3, 
1884.     They  reside  in  Cornwall,  \'t.     One  daughter,  bom  in  1905. 

5010  LAURETTE  KEYES  (Eunice"'*,  Era-^tus''",  Thomas""\  Elea- 


748  Jewett  Genealogy 

zer"*,  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Townal,  Vt., 
Dec.  10,  1821.  She  married  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  Oct.  26,  1839,  William 
Rogers,  who  was  bom  in  New  York  City  June  14,  1810.  They  resided  in 
Bennington,  where  she  died  Sept.  11,  1855.     He  died  in  Greenwich,  N.  Y., 

in  1878. 

Children: 

7518  Mary  Elizabeth,  born  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  May  27,  1843;  married 

George  Randolph  Dunkly.* 

7519  Eve  Laurette,  born  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  Feb.  10,  1846;  resides  there, 

unmarried. 

7520  John  Colt,  bom  in  Greenwich,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  1,  1848;  married  in  Ben- 

nington, Vt.,  June  25,  1868,  Rhoda  Adaline  Hawks,  daughter  of 
Capt.  Hawks  of  Bennington.  Mr.  Rogers  served  in  the  U.  S. 
Signal  service  and  later  for  ten  years  in  the  Navy.  He  died  in  the 
Sailors'  Hospital  in  Norfolk,  Va. 

5011  ERASTUS  JEWETT  KEYES  (Eunice"'*,  Erastus"", 
Thomas^^%  Eleazer"%  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph",  Ednard'),  was  bora 
in  Po^vnal,  Vt.,  April  7,  1825.  He  married  Nov.  14,  I860,  Sarah  Jemsha 
Hall  of  Stony  Creek,  Conn.,  and  resided  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  many  years. 
They  later  removed  to  Stony  Creek,  Conn. 

Children,  born  in  Bennington,  Vt.: 

7521  Henry  Hall,  bom  April  11,   1863;  married  Oct.   20,   1896,   Stella 

Hayes.     He  died  in  Newark,  N.  J.,  July  12,  1900,  s.  p. 

7522  Rachel  Sonora,  born  April  17,  1867 ;  resides  in  Stony  Creek,  Conn., 

unmarried. 

7523  Ernest  Llewellyn,  born  Feb.  12.  1870 ;  resides  in  Stony  Creek,  Conn., 

unmarried. 

5013  SARINA  EVELYN  KEYES  (Eunice'^'*,  Erastus"''^  Thomas*"', 
Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward"),  was  bora  in 
Bennington,  Vt.,  June  15,  1833.  She  married  there  Jan.  7,  1856,  James 
Henry  Godfrey,  who  was  born  in  Bennington  Jan.  7,  1827,  son  of  Samuel 
and  Sarah  (Styles)  Godfrey.  He  was  a  merchant  in  Bennington  a  number 
of  years  and  removed  to  Wilbraham,  Mass.,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children,  born  in  Bennington,  Vt.: 

7524  James  Franklin,  born  Oct.  17,  1857;  died  March  17,  1878. 

7525  Laurietta,  born  Sept.  27,  1859;  married  in  Wilbraham,  Mass.,  July 

16,  1884,  Charles  Monroe  Pease,  son  of  Monroe  and  Harriet 
(Foster)  Pease.  He  was  born  in  Wilbraham  April  5,  1856,  and 
died  in  Springfield,  Mass.,  Oct.  14,  1903.  Mrs.  Pease  and  children 
reside  in  Wilbraham.  Two  children,  Corinne  Evelyn,  bom  May  2, 
1885,  and  Charles  Godfrey,  born  March  22,  1893. 


Ninth  Geneeation  749 

5014  SAMUEL  BROWN  KEYES  (Eunice'*",  Erastus^'^S  Thomas'", 
Eleazer**",  Elcazer'",  Jercmiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Benning- 
ton, Vt.,  Aug.  15,  1835.  He  married  in  WiUiamstown,  Mass.,  June  21, 
1868,  Mary  Emilia  Fuller,  daughter  of  Pardon  Sheldon  and  Julia  (Benham) 
Fuller.  They  settled  in  WiUiamstown,  removed  to  Bennington,  Vt.,  and  later 
to  Hartford,  Conn.,  where  he  died  Nov.  29,  1903.  Mr.  Keyes  was  an  iron 
moulder  and  a  member  of  the  Masonic  order. 

Ch  ildren : 

7526  Jessie   (twin),  born  in  WiUiamstown,  Mass.,  March  23,  1869;  died 

Aug.  ,  1869. 

7527  Josie   (twin),  born   in  WiUiamstown,  Mass.,  March  23,  1869;  died 

Aug.  ,  1869. 

7528  Annie  Mabelle,  bom  in  WiUiamstown,  Mass.,  Sept.  17,  1870;  gradu- 

ated from  the  Hartford,  Conn.,  High  School  in  1890.  Resides  in 
Hartford,  where  she  is  a  teacher  of  music. 

7529  Ida  Maude,  born  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  Jan.  22,  1873 ;  married  Nov. 

23,  1869,  Emory  C.  Shales,  son  of  Rollo  L.  and  Nancy  (Hills) 
Shales.     He  was  born  in  Glastonburg,  Conn.,  Sept.  1,  1873,  and 

died  in  Hartford  Feb.  16,  1903.     She  died  there  July  ,  1898. 

One  child,  Olney  Dickenson,  born  Oct.  2,  1898. 

7530  Ethclwyn,  born  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  April  1,  1875;  married  Jan.  25, 

1898,  George  Marshall,  who  was  bom  in  London,  England,  Nov. 
4,  1867,  son  of  Robert  and  Sarah  (Harris)  Marshall.  They  re- 
side in  Hartford,  Conn.,  where  he  is  Superintendent  of  the  Con- 
necticut School  for  Blind  Children. 

5015  DR.  WILLIAM  McKENDRE  KEYES  (Eunice'^",  Erastus"", 
Thomas*'"''.  Elcazer""",  Eleazcr'^",  Jeremiah'^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  Ijorn 
in  Bennington,  Vt.,  Jan.  15,  1841.  He  studied  medicine  and  settled  in 
Georgeville,  P.  Q.,  Canada,  where  he  now  resides.  He  married  in  George- 
ville,  May  15,  1864,  Susan  Emeline  Packard,  daughter  of  Chester  B.  and 
Anna  M."  (CofF)  Packard.  She  died  in  Georgeville  March  11,  1874.  He 
married  second,  June  6,  1894,  Nellie  Henri  Willard  of  Bolton,  P.  Q. 

Children,  horn  in  Georgeville,  P.  Q.: 

7531  Anna  Laurette,  bom  Jan.  16,  1866;  died  March  19,  1894. 

7532  William  Joseph  Chester,  born  March  4,  1874;  died  July  26,  1874. 

5016  RACHEL  JEWETT  KEYES  (Eunice^"",  Erastus"", 
Thomas®®\  Eleazer**",  Eleazer^*,  Jeremiah'',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Bennington.  Vt.,  July  19,  1844.  She  married  in  Suffield,  Conn.,  March 
11,  1873,  Rev.  Harvey  Linsley,  who  was  born  in  Northford,  Conn.,  April 
26,  1843,  son  of  John  Stephen  and  Eliza  Ann  (Halscy)  Linsley.  Mr.  Linsley 
graduated   from  Brown   University   and  the  Crozier  Theological   Seminary 


750  Jewett  Genealogy 

and  is  a  Baptist  minister.    They  lived  in  Maine,  then  Colorado  for  two  years, 
and  later  in  Connecticut  for  fifteen  years.     They  now  reside  in  Pomona,  Cal. 

Children: 

7533  Grace  Jennie,  born  in  Buckfield,  Me.,  Dec.  28,  1873 ;  died  in  Canon 

City,  Col.,  July  28,  1877. 

7534  Ray  Keyes,  born  in  Central  City,  Col.,  Nov.  3,  1875 ;  married  Flora 

Madeleine  Ladd.* 

7535  Vivian  Halsey,  born  in  Wetmore,  Col.,  Feb.  8,  1878;  married  in  Los 

Angeles,  Cal.,  June  29,  1904,  Jennie  Pearl  Green,  daughter  of 
Henr}'  H.  Green.  Mr.  Linsley  was  educated  in  the  Mt.  Hermon 
School  and  the  Gordon  Training  School.     He  is  a  Baptist  minister 

and  resides  in  Los  Angeles.     One  child,  Ardell,  bom  Sept.  , 

1906. 

7536  Edna  Eunice,  born  in  Wetmore,  Col.,  Oct.  26,  1879.     She  graduated 

from  the  University  of  California  in  1906,  and  now  is  teaching  in 
a  Mission  School  in  Tokyo,  Japan. 

7537  Paul  Judson   (twin),  born  in  Wetmore,  Col.,  June  19,  1882.     He  is 

now  a  medical  student  in  the  Pacific  Hospital,  Los  Angeles,  Cal. 

7538  Earl  Garfield  (twin),  born  in  Wetmore,  Col.,  June  19,  1882;  married 

in  Oakland,  Cal.,  Sept.  19,  1907,  Marguerite  Gorton  Vesper, 
daughter  of  Oliver  Morse  Vesper.  Mr.  Linsley  graduated  from 
the  Colgate  University  of  Hamilton,  N.  Y.,  and  is  now  a  teacher 
in  the  California  College  at  Oakland,  Cal. 


66B 


5017  POLLY  ELVINA  DUNHAM  (Lucy'''%  Erastus^^'^  Thomas 
Eleazer^^*,  Eleazer",  Jercmiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Pownal, 
Vt.,  Aug.  23,  1829.  She  married  in  Newport,  111.,  John  Plummer,  who  was 
born  Feb.  6,  1818,  son  of  John  and  Elizabeth  (Jones)  Plummer  of  Canada. 

He  was  a  farmer  in  Cedar  Falls,  la.,  where  he  died  Jan.  ,  1867.     Mrs. 

Plummer  resides  there. 

ChUdren: 

7539  Alice,  born  in  1849 ;  married  John  Plummer.* 

7540  Lucy  Elizabeth,  bom  in  1856;  resides  in  Cedar  Falls,  unmarried. 

7541  Ernest  Theodore,  bom  in  1859;  died  in  1864. 

5019  RACHEL  M.  DUNHAM  (Lucy='««%  Erastus"°%  Thomas^'^S 
Eleazer^%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Pownal, 
Vt.,  Oct.  15,  1835.  She  married  Sept.  2,  1854,  Edward  H.  Collins,  who 
was  born  in  Abbottsford,  Canada,  Sept.  20,  1825,  son  of  Henry  Collins. 
Mr.  Collins  is  a  farmer  and  they  settled  in  Towa  ;  removed  to  Kansas  in  1871, 
to  Missouri  in  1875  and  to  Moravia,  Cal.,  in  1885,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children: 

7542  Trueman  E.,  born   in   Grundy   Co.,  Iowa,  June  19,  1856;  married 

Sadie  Parker.* 


Ninth  Generation  751 

7543  Lois  Ellen,  born  in  Grundy  Co.,  la,,  May  19,  1858;  married  Dec.  11, 

1894,  Joseph  Q.  Joiinson.     They  reside  in  Uolsa,  Cal. 

7544  Eunice  ¥.,  born  in  Grundy  Co.,  la.,  Dec.  6,  1860;  married  Jasper  N. 

Otis.* 

7545  A.  Lincoln,  born  in  Grundy  Co.,  la.,  Jan.  7,  1863;  married  Mary  F. 

Otis.* 

7546  Walter  S.,  born   in   Grundy   Co.,  la.,   Sept.   2,   1865;   married   Jane 

Helmer.* 

7547  Lucy  E.,  born  in  Grundy  Co.,  In.,  Dec.  10,  1867  ;  married  in  Missouri 

Oct.  ^0,  1891,  Joseph  Stoves.  They  reside  in  Moravia,  Cal.  One 
child.  Opal,  born  June  9,  1892. 

7548  Frank  Jewett,  born  in  Grundy  Co.,  la.,  Dec.  10,  1870;  married  Sept. 

8,  1894,  Lettie  New.  He  was  a  student  for  the  Baptist  ministry 
and  died  Dec.  16,  1902,  leaving  one  son,  Hobert,  born  Oct.  20, 
1895. 

7549  Judson  W.,  born  in  Norton  Co.,  Kan.,  March  31,  1874. 

7550  Eber  Dunham,  born  in  Missouri,  P'eb.  29,  1876 ;  married  there  Oct. 

5,  1898,  Christie  Ezzers.     They  reside  in  Hopkins,  Mo. 

5020  LOIS  ABIGAIL  DUNHAM  (Lucy"='=,  Erastus^^«%  Thomas'", 
Eleazer""",  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*.  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Pownal, 
Vt.,  Nov.  6,  1838.  She  married  in  Fairfield,  la.,  Oct.  17,  1861,  Cyrus 
Spicer,  who  was  born  May  1,  1837,  son  of  Oliver  Emmons  and  Thankful 
(Vorce)  Spicer.  They  resided  in  Cedar  Falls,  la.,  where  she  died  Oct.  22, 
1900. 

Children: 

7551  Herman,  bom  in  1862;  died  in  1864. 

7552  Orvillc,  born  in  1864;  died  in  1866. 

7553  Alice  May,  bom  in  1871. 

7554  Lucy  Elizabeth,  born  in  1874. 

7555  Charlotte  Allcne,  born  in  1876. 

7556  Ruth  Tryelma,  born  in  1880. 

5021  EUNICE  TRYPHENA  DUNHAM  (Lucy="\  Erastus"»% 
Thomas^""',  Eleazer"",  Eleazcr'-.  Jeremiah'",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  "as  born 
in  Pownal,  Vt.,  July  24,  1844.  She  married  in  Grundy  Co.,  la.,  May  14, 
1868,  Jacob  Gale  Folsom,  who  was  born  in  St.  Lawrence  Co.,  N.  Y.,  Jan. 
7,  1832,  son  of  Jacob  Folsom.  Tliey  reside  in  Boise  City,  Idaho,  where  he 
is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

7557  Orville  Jewett,  born  in  Butler  Co.,  la.,  April  16,  1869.     He  is  a  letter 

carrier  in  Boise  City,  Idaho. 

7558  Harriet  Lucy,  born  in  Butler  Co.,  la.,  June  18,  1872;  married  Dr. 

Alva  Allen   Braiithoovor.* 


752  Jewett  Genealogy 

7559  Lewis  Lee,  born  in  Norton  Co.,  Kan.,  March  5,  1876.     He  is  County 

Assessor  of  Ada  Co.,  Idaho,  and  resides  in  Boise  City. 

7560  Lois  Ada,   born   in   Norton   Co.,   Kan.,  Feb.    11,   1878;   married  in 

Fayette,  Idaho,  May  19,  1901,  Luther  G.  Magill.  They  reside  in 
Boise  City,  where  he  is  an  engineer.  One  child,  Eunice  Catherine, 
bom  March  19,  1902;  died  Oct.  7,  1902. 

7561  Allen  Dunham,  bom  in  Ada  Co.,  Idaho,  March  17,  1888. 

5022  ERASTUS  JEWETT  DUNHAM  (Lucy-"'',  Erastus"«% 
Thomas'^"^%  Eleazer''",  Eleazer'^^,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
ill  Newport,  111.,  Aug.  26,  1850.  He  married  in  DeKalb,  111.,  Sept.  10, 
1873,  Elizabeth  Allene  Taylor,  who  was  bom  in  DeKalb  Sept.  6,  1853, 
daughter  of  Milo  Lee  and  Minerva  L.  (Needham)  Taylor.  Previous  to  her 
marriage  Mrs.  Dunham,  in  the  spring  of  186 J?,  accompanied  her  parents  on 
a  trip  to  California;  the  journey,  which  was  overland,  occupied  five  months. 
During  that  time  they  were  subject  to  many  dangers,  and  before  reaching 
their  destination,  which  was  Santa  Clara  Co.,  the  Indians  attacked  their 
party,  stealing  twenty-five  of  their  horses. 

Mr.  Dunham  and  wife  settled  in  Fairfield,  la.,  and  removed  to  New 
Hartford,  la.,  where  he  is  a  merchant.  In  early  life  he  traveled  extensively 
through  the  States ;  is  prominent  in  town  affairs ;  was  School  Director  for 
many  years,  Assessor  nine  years  and  served  one  term  of  three  years  as 
Supervisor  of  Grundy  Co.,  la.  He  is  a  member  of  the  Baptist  Church, 
of  the  Masonic  Order,  the  O.  E.  S.,  the  M.  W.  A.,  and  the  M.  B.  A. 

Children,  born  in  Fairfield,  la.: 

7562  Camot  Jewett,  born  Sept.  22,  1885. 

7563  Evelyn  Pauline,  born  Feb.  27,  1889. 

5025  JULIA  CORNELIA  JEWETT  (Erastus  T.-«'^  Erastus"'', 
Thomas'^"^  Eleazer"®,  Eleazer^%  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Pownal,  Vt.,  Dec.  12,  1843.  She  married  there  Nov.  13,  1869,  Hon. 
Charles  H.  Barber,  who  was  born  in  Pownal  April  14,  1839,  son  of  Elijah 
and  Electa  Barber.  They  settled  in  Pownal,  where  Mr.  Barber  is  an  up  to 
date  farmer.  He  has  been  very  prominent  in  public  affairs,  holding  many 
town  offices ;  was  Representative  to  the  Legislature  and  a  State  Senator. 
She  died  in  Pownal  March  4,  1898.     Mr.  Barber  resides  there. 

Children,  horn  in  Pozimal,  Vt.: 

7564  Albert  E.,  born  Nov.  27,  1861 ;  died  Aug.  16,  1865. 

7565  Edward  C,  bom  Nov.  15,  1863 ;  married  in  Pownal  Oct.  20,  1892, 

Alice  G.  Thompson,  who  was  born  in  Pownal  Oct.  18,  1870,  daugh- 
ter of  Amasa  and  Adaresta  Thompson.  They  reside  in  Albany, 
N.  Y.,  where  he  is  Superintendent  of  the  Albany  Card  and  Paper 


Ninth  Generation  753 

Co.  Two  chiklrt'ii,  born  in  Albany,  viz.,  Genevieve  Thompson, 
bom  Nov.  28,  1893,  and  Pauline,  born  Nov.  4,  1897. 

7566  Harry  E.,  born  April  23,  1865;  died  Nov.  30,  1888. 

7567  Elijah,  born  Dec.  31,  1867  ;  married  in  Adams,  Mass.,  Feb.  27,  1895, 

Anna  Haley,  who  was  bom  in  Pownal  Oct.  26,  1870,  daughter 
of  Warren  and  Rebecca  Haley  of  Pownal.  They  reside  in  Pownal, 
where  he  is  a  dealer  in  wagons  and  carriages. 

7568  Paul  J.,  bom  Sept.  25,  1877;  died  Jan.  10,  1895. 

5026  GEORGE  THOMAS  JEWETT  (Erastus  T.-"",  Erastus*^"*', 
Thomas"",  Eleazer"°,  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Pownal,  Vt.,  Oct.  14,  1856.  He  married  in  Troy,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  15,  1881, 
Catherine  Rainsley,  who  was  born  in  London,  England,  Jan.  9,  1856,  daugh- 
ter of  Thomas  and  Mary  (Bailey)  Rainsley.  Mr.  Jcwett  was  educated  in 
the  public  schools  of  Pownal  and  the  Troy  Business  College.  He  lived  for 
a  few  3'ears  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  and  then  removed  to  North  Adams,  Mass., 
where  he  was  engaged  in  the  milk  business  and  where  he  died  July  1,  1902. 
His  widow  and  children  reside  there. 

Children,  born  in  Pownal,  Vt.: 

7569  Julia  Comelia,  bom  March  10,  1884. 

7570  Bessie  W.,  bom  Nov.  25,  1885. 

7571  Catherine  Rainsley,  born  July  26,  1888. 

5031  FRANK  JEWETT  (Giles-"%  Loan'"",  Thomas"'",  Eleazer"% 
Eleazer^*,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Bennington,  Vt., 
March  30,  1861.  He  married  in  Burlington,  Vt.,  Sept.  2,  1890,  Mary  Conk- 
lin  of  Burhngton.     They  reside  in  Bennington. 

Children,  horn  in  Bennington,  Vt.: 

7572  Jane  A.,  born  Sept.  27,  1891. 

7573  Giles,  born  Feb.  7,  1893. 

7574  Ahce  May,  born  May  7,  1894. 

7575  Leander,  born  July  29,  1896. 

7576  Ruth,  bom  Jan.  7,  1899. 

7577  Shirley,  bom  March  16,  1901. 

5038  JAMES  R.  JEWETT  (Orrin'-"%  Ichabod''"',  Ichabod"'", 
Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Coventry, 
Conn.,  Nov.  25,  1839.  He  married  there,  Jennie  Tilden,  daughter  of  Joseph 
and  Mercy  Tilden.  They  settled  in  Coventry  and  removed  to  Tolland,  Conn., 
where  she  died.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  jeweler,  and  with  his  children  resides  in 
Tolland. 

Children: 

7578  I.  Tilden,  bom  in  Coventry,  Conn.,  Aug.  31,  1S90. 

7579  Harriet  J.,  bom  in  Tolland,  Conn.,  Mav  10,  1893. 


754  Jewett  Genealogy 


1666 


5039  ICHABOD  JEWETT  (Orrin'«*%  Ichabod"'%  Ichabod' 
Eleazer"®,  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Coventry, 
Conn.,  about  1841.  He  married  in  North  Coventry,  Conn.,  Annie  Eliza 
Bennett,  who  was  born  in  North  Coventry,  Oct.  23,  1843,  daughter  of  Sterry 
and  Susan  (Gibson)  Bennett.  They  settled  in  Coventry,  and  removed  to 
Bridgeport,  Conn.,  where  he  was  engaged  in  manufacturing  powder.  He 
died  in  New  Haven,  Conn.      His  widow  married  Henry  Lee  and  died  in  1874. 

ChUd: 

7580  Frederick  Van,   bom   in   Coventry,   Conn.,   April   9,   1865;   married 

Emma  Lillian  Burdick.* 

5040  JUSTUS  RICHARDSON  JEWETT  (Orrin=^'",  Ichabod^'^', 
lchabod'^%  Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Coventry,  Conn.,  June  20,  1844.  He  married  in  Pomfret,  Conn.,  Dec. 
31,  1869,  Mary  A.  Twist,  who  was  born  in  Pomfret  May  30,  1847,  daughter 
of  Winchester  M.  and  Mary  A.  (Higginbotham)  Twist.  Her  great-grand- 
fathers on  both  her  father's  and  mother's  side  were  soldiers  in  the  Revolution. 

When  but  two  years  and  a  half  old,  Mr.  Jewett  was  adopted  by  a  gentle- 
man who  was  a  half-uncle  to  his  future  wife.  He  lived  with  this  family  in 
Coventry  until  he  became  twenty  years  old,  when  he  went  to  South  Coventry 
and  entered  the  employ  of  the  Union  Metallic  Cartridge  Co.  As  the  business 
of  this  firm  increased  they  removed  their  factory  to  Bridgeport,  Conn.,  to 
which  place  Mr.  Jewett  removed,  and  where  he  had  charge  of  the  department 
in  which  the  percussion  cap  is  placed  upon  the  cartridge.  He  remained  with 
this  firm  until  failing  health  forced  his  retirement  from  active  business.  He 
was  a  man  of  kindly  nature,  was  inclined  to  be  odd,  very  original,  and  a  dry 
joker.  His  one  hobby  was  a  good  horse,  of  which  he  was  a  great  lover, 
and  he  always  had  a  fine  pair  of  driving  horses  in  his  stable,  and  it  was  his 
custom  to  drive  daily.  He  died  in  Bridgeport,  Nov.  4,  1897.  His  widow 
and  children  reside  there. 

Children,  horn  in  Bridgeport,  Conn.: 

7581  Charles  Richardson,  born  Sept.  30,  1870.     He  conducts  a  restaurant 

in  Bridgeport. 

7582  George  Watson,  bom  Dec.  6,  1880.     He  is  the  owner  of  the  Atlantic 

Steam  Laundry  in  Bridgeport. 

5041  ELIZABETH  VROMAN  BRADT  (Irene-«*%  Ichabod''''% 
Ichabod'"',  Eleazer"%  Eleazer'S  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Chittenango,  N.  Y.,  May  10,  1823.  She  married  in  New  Haven,  Conn., 
June  24,  1846,  Horace  Mansfield  (his  2d  wife),  who  was  bom  in  New  Haven, 
June  16,  1808.  He  was  a  descendant  in  the  sixth  generation  of  Richard 
Mansfield,  who  settled  in  New  Plaven  in  1639. 

Mr.  Mansfield  was  a  book  publisher  and  the  author  of  the  Mansfield 


Ninth  Generation  755 

Genealogy.     He  died  in  New  Haven,  Sept.  17,  1894.      She  died  there  from 
paralysis,  Jan.   27,   1891. 

Children,  born  in  New  Haven,  Conn.  : 

7583  Elizabeth  Irene,  born  March  15,  1847;  died  Sept.  22,  1849. 

7584  Irene  Elizabeth,  born  Sept.  19,  1849;  married  Dr.  Merritt  Matter- 

son.* 

7585  Jennie  Louise,  born  Feb.  18,  1852;  married  April  3,  1874,  John  D. 

Buckley,  who  died  April  30,  1877,  s.  p.  She  married  (2d)  C.  Mor- 
itz  Brockscipson.     They  reside  in  New  Haven.     One  child,  Carl. 

7586  George  Bradt,  bom  Jan.   16,  1854;  married  in  Rapid  City,  Dak., 

Sept.  4,  1884,  IVIary  Robinson.  They  reside  in  Rapid  City,  of 
which  place  he  has  been  IVIayor  several  terms.  Two  children, 
Richard  and  Ruth. 

7587  Horace  Jewctt,  born  April  22,  1856;  married  April  19,  1884,  Alma 

D.  Mathushik.  They  reside  in  Dimwiddle,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.,  whore 
he  is  a  builder.      Three  children,  Edith,  Horace,  and  Richard. 

7588  Louis  Dimock,  born  March  22,  1858;  died  Aug.  10,  1858. 

7589  Richard  Wayland,  born  Feb.  19,  1868;  married  Ellen  Gorten.     They 

reside    in    New    London,    Conn.,    where    he    is    Secretary    of    the 
Y.  M.  C.  A. 

5055  AMERICUS  VESPUCIUS  JEWETT  (James  M.'^^",  Benja- 
min"«°,  Ichabod""",  Eleazer"«,  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
bom  in  Greenwich,  Mass.,  Jan.  27,  1811.  He  married,  in  1834,  Emily  Kent, 
daughter  of  Col.  Yardas  and  Achsah  Kent.  She  died  Jan.  18,  1847.  He 
married  (2d)  Mary  Ann  Sill,  daughter  of  Capt.  John  and  Eliza  Sill  of  Solon, 
Ohio.  She  died  April  5,  1889,  s.  p.  Mr.  Jewett  settled  in  Aurora,  Ohio, 
and  went  into  the  saddle  and  harness  business  which,  with  farming,  he  fol- 
lowed until  his  death,  Oct.  16,  1886.  In  1833  he  united  with  the  Deciple 
Church  of  Christ,  of  which  he  was  a  faithful  member. 

Children,  born  in  Aurora,  Ohio: 

7590  Helen  Gordon,  born  July  12,  1838;  died  Aug.  10,  1852. 

7591  Halcyon  Kent,  born  Sept.  12,  1843;  married   (1st)   Augusta  Lacy; 

(2d)  Kate  M.  Stevens.* 
Three  other  children  that  died  in  infancy. 

5056  CHRISTOPHER  JEWETT  (James  M.'"-,  Benjamin"", 
Ichabod""",  P'leazer"*',  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah*'',  Joscph\  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Greenwich,  Mass.,  Dec.  9,  1812.  He  married  in  Aurora,  Ohio,  Oct.  13, 
1836,  Arabella  Kent,  who  was  born  in  Aurora,  June  — ,  1815,  daughter  of 
Zeno  and  Emily  (Granger)  Kent.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  harness  and  saddle 
maker  and  later  a  farmer.  They  settled  in  Aurora  and  removed  to  Antioch, 
111.,  where  he  died  Feb.  6,  185l'. 


756  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

7592  Zeno  Kent,  born  in  Aurora,  Ohio,   Sept.   16,   1836;   married  Annis 

Eliza  Judd.* 

7593  Miriam,  born  in  Solon,  Ohio,  Feb.  25,  1840;  married  June  28,  1861, 

Lewis  Cass  Morehouse,  who  was  born  Dec.  28,  1833,  son  of  Oliver 
and  Almira  (Bailey)  Morehouse.  They  reside  in  San  Leando, 
Cal.,  where  he  is  a  retired  farmer. 

7594  Ai  Harry,  born  in  Alden,  111.,  Nov.  4,  1845 ;  married  Jennie  Waters.* 

7595  Carlos,  born  in  1849 ;  died  Feb.  22,  1852. 

5057  COLUMBUS  JEWETT  (James  M.'*",  Benjamin'^'', 
Ichabod""®,  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Greenwich,  Mass.,  Dec.  9,  1812.  He  married  in  Colebrook,  N.  H.,  Jan. 
21,  1838,  Leonora  Brackett,  who  was  bom  in  Hillsborough,  N.  H.,  May  3, 
1815,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Sarah  (Ward)  Brackett.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a 
saddle  and  harness  maker.  They  settled  in  Colebrook,  and  removed  to  Au- 
rora, Ohio,  where  she  died  Jan.  12,  1876.  He  died  in  San  Leando,  Cal., 
Jan.  25,  1889. 

Children: 

7596  Cordelia  Augusta,  born  in  Colebrook,  N.  H.,  Aug.  27,  1839;  mar- 

ried in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  June  14,  1888,  Dr.  Addison  Parker  Ma- 
comber,  who  was  born  May  19,  1831,  son  of  Ebenezer  and  Sally 
Ann  (Jewell)  Macomber.  He  graduated  from  the  Yale  Medical 
School  in  1853,  and  is  a  physician  in  Atlantic,  Iowa,  where  they 
reside,  s.  p. 

7597  Avis  Leonora,  born  in  Aurora,  Ohio,  Dec.  22,  1846;  married  July  2, 

1868,  David  Tolman  Alger  and  resides  in  Ringwood,  Okla. 

5058  DR.  MEND  ALL  JEWETT  (James  M.'«",  Benjamin^'"', 
Ichabod®®®,  Eleazer^*^,  Eleazer^',  Jercmiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  West  Hampton,  Mass.,  Sept.  4,  1815.  He  married  in  Aurora,  Ohio, 
Jan.  14,  1839,  Harriet  Cordelia  Kent  of  Aurora,  and  settled  in  Magadore, 
Ohio,  where  he  became  a  prominent  physician.  He  died  from  pneumonia  in 
Akron,  Ohio,  in  1887.     His  widow  died  there  from  bronchitis  in  1896. 

Children,  horn  in  Magadore,  Ohio: 

7598  Casmer,  bom  ;  died  in  a  few  days. 

75^9     Susan,  bom  ;  died  aged  three  years. 

7600  Noble  Mendall,  born  in  1844;  married,  in  1866,  Ellen  Ketchline  and 

resides  in  Winter  Haven,  Fla. 

7601  Florence  Emily,  born  in  1848;  married  Dr.  F.  W.  Inmaii  and  resides 

in  Winter  Haven,  Fla. 

7602  Eva  Laura,  born  in   1851  ;  married  John  B.  DeHaven.     Residence, 

Altoona,  Pa. 

7603  Emcst  Ford,  born  May  19,  1855;  married  Mary  Lewis.* 


Ninth  Generation  757 

7604-     Marv   liell,  born  IV-b.   524,  1858.      She  is  a  physician   in   New   York 

city. 

7605  Lillie  May,  born  in  18G1  ;  married  Charles  Innian  and  resides  in  Akron, 

Ohio.  ' 

7606  Herbert,  born  ;  died  a«^ed  nine  months. 

5059  SAKAII  ELVIRA  JEWKTT  (James  M.*"',  Benjamin^^"", 
Ichabod''*",  Kleazer"",  FJeazcr'*',  Jeremiah^'',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Northampton,  Mass.,  Nov.  26,  1817.  She  married  in  Hamden,  Ohio, 
June  22,  18,'38,  Joseph  Robinson,  who  was  born  in  New  York,  .July  13,  1806, 
son  of  Alexander  and  Jcnnett  (McNaughton)  Robinson.  Mr.  Robinson  was 
a  teacher  and  farmer,  and  lived  in  Ohio  and  Lawton,  Mich.  He  died  in  Law- 
ton  in  1885.      She  died  there  in  1901. 

Children: 

7607  .Julia  Auf^ista,  born  in  Hamden,  Ohio,  Aufj.  .3,  18.39;  inarried  

Clum,  and  resides  in  Lamoni,  Iowa. 

7608  Celia  Ellen,  born  in  Youngstown,  Ohio,  Dec.  17,  1845;  married  Wil- 

liam Henr}-  Stainton.* 

7609  Charles  James,  born   in  Stony  Garden,  Pa.,  .June  7,  1854;  died   in 

Winter  Haven,  Fla.,  Dec.  19,  1885. 

5060  LUCRETIA  A.  JEWETT  (James  M.=«'%  Benjamin'''", 
Ichabod"*^'',  Eleazer"®,  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
June  24,  1820.  She  married  in  Aurora,  Ohio,  in  1840,  Amasa  Little,  who 
was  born  in  Aurora  .July  20,  1818,  son  of  Warren  and  Susanna  (Spencer) 
Little.  He  was  a  fanner  and  died  in  Solon,  Ohio,  March  11,  1864.  She 
married  (2d),  in  Solon,  June  14,  1868,  William  Boynton,  who  died  in  Byson, 
Mich.     She  died  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  Jan.  7,  1890. 

Children  by  first  husband: 

7610  Lucian  J.,  born   in   Aurora,  Ohio,  .July  8,  1841  ;  married  S.   Maria 

Conkcy.* 

7611  Frank  H.,  born   in  Solon,  Ohio,  .June  16,  1854;  married  in  Chogin 

Falls,  Ohio,  Dec.  28,  1876,  Mary  McFarland,  daughter  of  Robert 
and  Mary  (Russell)  McFarland.  They  reside  In  Clevelaiui,  Ohio, 
where  he  is  a  carpenter  and  contractor. 

7612  Nellie  M.,  born   in  Solon,  Ohio,  Oct.   14,  1858;  married  there  Nov. 

17,  1875,  Frank  Boynton.      They  reside  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  where 
he  is  a  carpenter. 
There  were  several  other  children  that  died  in  infancy. 

5063  SrSAN  JENE'I'TE  JEWET'I^  (James  M."«,  Benjamin''"', 
Ichabod"",  Eleazer"',  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
Dec.  27,  1828.     She  married  in  Aurora,  Ohio,  Fel).  22,  1847,  George  Guy 


758  Jewett  Genealogy 

Hickox,  who  was  born  in  Hopewell,  N.  Y.,  April  15,  1818,  son  of  Larmon 
and  Nancy  (Strong)  Hickox.  In  early  life  Mr.  Hickox  engaged  in  farming 
in  Solon,  Ohio;  later  he  was  in  the  real  estate  business  in  Cleveland,  Ohio, 
and  died  there  July   17,  1885.     Mrs.   Hickox  died  in   Cleveland  Sept.   2, 

1888. 

Children,  born  in  Solon,  Ohio : 

7613  Ada  J.,  born  Feb.  22,  1853 ;  married  Henry  H.  Holly.* 

7614  Harry  Elmer,  born  INIarch  28,   1863.     He  is   an   architect   in  New 

York  City. 

5065  LUCRETIA  JEWETT  (Marcus  L.'^'^',  Benjamin^''«,  Ichabod'<'% 
Eleazer"",  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
South  Hadlcy,  Mass.,  Oct.  12,  1829.  She  married  in  Salem,  Wis.,  Sept.  18, 
1851,  William  VanZandt,  who  was  born  in  Columbia  Co.,  Pa-,  Sept.  29,  1826, 
son  of  David  and  Nancy  (Perry)  VanSant.  (He  changed  the  spelling  of 
the  name  to  VanZandt.)  Mr.  VanZandt  was  a  merchant  and  later  became 
a  farmer.     They  reside  in  West  Salem,  Wis. 

Children,  born  in  Burns,   Wis.: 

7615  William  Isaiah,  bom  Sept.  7,  1856;  married  in  Burns,  Oct.  10,  1883, 

Julia  Gilfillan,  who  was  born  Nov.  24,  1861,  daughter  of  Stephen 
and  Ellen  (Hatch)  Gilfillan.  They  reside  in  Sparta,  Wis.,  where 
he  is  a  farmer.  Two  children  born  in  Hamilton,  Wis.,  viz.,  Lu- 
cretia  Ellen,  born  Feb.  9,  1886,  and  Lynn  Carver,  bom  March  9, 
1890. 

7616  Edith  Eugenia,  born  Jan.  10,  1859;  married  in  West  Salem,  Wis., 

Sept.  18,  1894,  Rev.  Louis  Benjamin  Colman,  who  was  born  in 
Fond  du  Lac,  Wis.,  June  10,  1865,  son  of  Joseph  Spier  and  Helen 
Eliza  (Knowlton)  Colman.  They  reside  in  Davenport,  Iowa, 
where  he  is  pastor  of  a  Methodist  Church.  No  issue,  but  they  have 
one  adopted  son,  Russell  Benjamin  Colman,  born  May  7,  1898. 

5066  LUCIEN  HENRY  JEWETT  (Marcus  L."''^%  Bfen j  amin"»", 
Ichabod''%  Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Ludlow,  Mass.,  June  28,  1834.  He  married  in  Bums,  Wis.,  Dec.  17, 
1868,  Emma  Benzie,  who  was  born  in  Genesee,  Wis.,  May  26,  1847,  daughter 
of  William  and  Sarah  (French)  Benzie.  They  reside  in  Bums,  where  he  is 
a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Burns,  Wis. : 

7617  Jessie  Z.,  born  Feb.  15,  1874 ;  resides  in  Bums,  unm. 

7618  Mary  L.,  born  Oct.  5,  1876;  married  Sept.  19,  1900,  Ernest  Bowen, 

who  was  bora  in  Burns,  Oct.  17,  1876.  They  reside  in  Burns, 
where  he  is  a  farmer.  Two  children,  Lloyd  L.,  bom  June  27, 
1902,  and  Lucien  Jewett,  bom  July  28, 1904. 

7619  L.  Earl,  bom  Dec.  20,  1889. 


Ninth  Geneeation  759 

5068  JAY  MARCUS  JEWETT  (Marcus  L.-"%  Benjamin"", 
Ichabod'^"*',  Eleazer"",  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah",  JosephS  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  East  Troy,  Wis.,  March  17,  1846.  He  married  in  Sparta,  Wis.,  June 
17,  1869,  Louise  Benzie,  who  was  born  in  Genesee,  Wis.,  Nov.  23,  1850, 
daughter  of  WilHam  and  Sarah  (Frencli)  Benzie.  They  reside  in  Eau  Claire, 
Wis.,  where  he  is  Truant  Officer  for  the  public  schools  of  the  town. 

Children: 

7620  Glenn  Elmo,  bom  in  Burns,  Wis.,  June  17,  1873 ;  died  in  Eau  Claire, 

Dec.  25,  1891. 

7621  Zaida  Elena,  born  in  Burns,  Wis.,  Oct.  4,  1874 ;  married  in  Eau  Claire, 

Aug,  27,  1892,  Elmer  Elsworth  Lancaster.  They  reside  in  Min- 
neapolis, Minn.,  where  he  is  a  lumber  scaler. 

7622  Helen  Benzie,  born  in  Burns,  Wis.,  Oct.  6,  1879. 

7623  Carrie  Lourinda,  born  in  Eau  Claire,  Wis.,  April  15,  1882 ;  married 

there  Nov.  20,  1902,  Orville  Brown  McKay.  He  is  an  engineer. 
Residence,  Eau  Claire. 

7624  Jay  Marcus,  bom  in  Eau  Claire,  Wis.,  June  15,  1885. 

7625  Louise  Abigail,  bom  in  Eau  Claire,  Wis.,  Feb.  12,  1889. 

5069  HOMER  LYON  JEWETT  (Marcus  L.'"»,  Benjamin'**', 
Ichabod""®,  Eleazer"",  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  East  Troy,  Wis.,  Sept.  21,  1848.  He  married  in  West  Salem,  Wis.,  Nov. 
24,  1874,  Martha  H.  Casterline,  who  was  born  in  Hebron,  N.  Y.,  April  17, 
1849,  daughter  of  Alvah  H.  and  Julian  (Stone)  Casterline.  They  reside  in 
Bangor,  Wis.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children : 

7626  Harry  Marcus,  born  in  Windom,  Minn.,  Sept.  3,  1875 ;  married  Grace 

Mary  Atwater.* 

7627  Herman  Hayes,  bom  in  Bangor,  Wis.,  Feb.  5,  1877 ;  married  in  Iron 

River,  Wis.,  July  31,  1906,  Edna  Kate  Whitney,  wlio  was  born  in 
Osceola,  Wis.,  March  10,  1883,  daughter  of  W.  B.  and  Kate 
(Heald)  Whitney.     He  is  a  pharmacist  in  Iron  River. 

7628  Julia  Ann.,  born  in  Windom,  Minn.,  April  17,  1881. 

5070  NORMA  VICTOR  JEWETT  (Marcus  L.="",  Benjamin'"', 
Ichabod'"'^  Eleazer"',  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
Sept.  23,  1851.  He  married  in  Burns,  Wis.,  in  1874,  Elizabeth  J.  Hem- 
stock,  who  was  bom  in  Owen  Soiuid,  Canada,  June  16,  1858,  daughter  of 
William  and  Elizabeth  (Steadman)  Hemstock.  They  reside  in  Sparta., 
Wis.,  where  he  is  a  farmer  and  dairyman. 

Children: 

7629  Alma,  bom  in  Burns,  Wis.,  Jan.  22,  1876;  married  Sept.  20,  1899, 


760  Jewjett  Genealogy 

Orris  Mullen.  He  is  a  mail  clerk.  One  child,  Irene,  born  in 
Sparta,  Wis.,  March  13,  1901. 

7630  Mark  I.,  bom  in  Burns,  Wis.,  June  2,  1879;  married  Sept.  11,  1901, 

Gertrude  Jones.  They  reside  in  Minneapolis,  Minn.  Two  chil- 
dren born  in  Sparta,  Wis.,  viz..  Glen  W.,  born  June  20,  1902 ;  and 
Harry  I.,  born  Aug.  23,  1903. 

7631  Ward  E.,  born  in  Hamilton,  Wis.,  June  23,  1882.     Resides  in  Clo- 

quet,  Minn.,  unm. 

7632  Lee  Norman,  born  in  Bums,  Wis.,  Feb.  21,  1887. 

7633  Don  Carver,  born  in  Hamilton,  Wis.,  Sept.  20,  1891. 

7634  Ruth  EHzabeth  Victoria,  bom  in  Sparta,  Wis.,  Oct.  5,  1898. 

7635  Victor  R.,  born  in  Sparta,  Wis.,  March  12,  1901. 

5071  SARAH  HANFORD  BROWN  (Harriet  N.'''%  Benjamin""', 
Ichabod'"'*',  Eleazer""^,  Eleazer"",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Hampden,  Ohio,  April  5,  1836.  She  married  in  Antioch,  111.,  April  4, 
1858,  Capt.  Joseph  Perrett,  who  was  bom  in  Somersetshire,  England,  Feb. 
— ,  1834,  son  of  John  (?)  and  Charlotte  (Newton)  Perrett.  The  early  part 
of  Capt.  Perrett's  life  was  devoted  to  sailing,  having  been  a  captain  on  the 
Great  Lakes.  The  latter  part  of  his  life  was  devoted  to  farming.  He  died 
in  Mason  City,  Iowa,  Dec.  3,  1902.     Mrs.  Perrett  died  there  March  4,  1905. 

Children: 

7636  Fannie  Jane,  born  in  Antioch,  111.,  Jan.  6,  1859 ;  married  in  Rock 

Falls,  Iowa,  June  29,  1886,  Franklin  B.  Gault,  who  was  born  in 
Wooster,  Ohio,  May  2,  1851,  son  of  Joseph  and  Caroline  Amanda 
(Zinn)  Gault.  The}^  reside  in  Vermillion,  S.  D.,  where  he  is  Pres- 
ident of  the  University  of  South  Dakota.  One  child,  Perrett 
Franklin,  bom  in  Pueblo,  Col.,  Dec.  25,  1887.  He  is  a  student  in 
the  University  of  South  Dakota. 

7637  Mary  Elsey,  bom  in  Rock  Falls,  Iowa,  Aug.  6,  1872. 

5073  MARY  JANE  BROWN  (Harriet  N.=^««",  Benjamin^'% 
Ichabod'"'%  Eleazer"^®,  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Hampden,  Ohio,  April  23,  1840,  She  married  in  Bradford,  Iowa,  March 
25,  1857,  Thomas  Perrett,  who  was  born  in  Stolford,  England,  May  27, 
1827,  son  of  Thomas  and  Ann  (Rawlings)  Perrett.  He  was  a  farmer  and 
they  resided  in  Rock  Falls,  Iowa,  where  he  died  May  1,  1889.  She  died  there 
April  22,  1905. 

Children,  horn  in  Rock  Falls,  Iowa: 

7638  Elizabeth,  bom  Jan.  27,  I860. 

7639  Harriet  Ann,  born  Aug.  6,  1861.      She  is  a  retired  teacher. 

7640  Laura  Jane,  born  Jan.  27,  1870;  died  Nov.  16,  1892. 

7641  Thomas  Rawhngs,  bom  Dec.  23,  1873;  married  Chloe  May  Cocho- 

nour,  who  was  born  in  Buchanan  Co.,  Iowa,  June  7, 1878,  daughter 


Ninth  Generation  761 

of  Jacob  Frank  and  Sarah  Jane  (Axline)  Cochonour.  They  re- 
side in  Hock  Falls,  where  he  is  a  stock  buyer.  One  child,  Doris 
Chloe,  born  in  Hock  Falls,  Sept.  18,  1899. 

5074  GEORGE  ORLANDO  BROWN  (Harriet  N.-''%  Benjamin' ''% 
Ichabod'"",  Eleazer"^  Eleazer'',  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Hampden,  Ohio,  June  26,  1842.  He  enlisted  in  Co.  B,  Thirty-second 
Iowa  Inft.,  Aug.  22,  1862,  as  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War.  He  married  in 
Mason  City,  Iowa,  Feb.  11,  1868,  Sarah  C.  Parker,  who  was  born  in  New 
Corydon,  Ind.,  Feb.  8,  1847,  daughter  of  Timothy  Hains  and  Elizabeth 
(Dehays)  Parker.      They  reside  in  Mason  City,  where  Mr.  Brown  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

7642  Harry  Irwin,  born  in  Norow  Springs,  Iowa,  June  1,  1869;  died  in 

Hibbing,  Minn.,  Oct.  5,  1901.      He  was  a  photographer. 

7643  George  Arthur,  born  in  Rock  Falls,  Iowa,  Aug.  27,  1871 ;  died  there 

Jan.  1,  1875. 

7644  Walter  Howard,  born  in  Rock  Falls,  Iowa,  April  23,  1874;  married 

in  Clarion,  Iowa,  Oct.  23,  1901,  Emeline  C.  Birdsall.  He  is  a 
traveling  salesman.  Residence,  Clarion.  One  child,  Carlton  Bird- 
sall, born  in  Clarion,  Feb.  12,  1903. 

7645  Homer  Newell,  born  in  Rock  Falls,  Iowa,  July  8,  1878 ;  married  Dec. 

10,  1899,  Ethel  Bell  Wertz.  Residence,  Waterloo,  Iowa.  Two 
children,  George  Roland,  born  Feb.  17,  1901 ;  and  Ada  Lucile, 
bom  Oct.  8,  1902. 

5075  BENIZETTE  AILWORTH  BROWN  (Harriet  N."*^  Benja- 
min""', Ichabod*"'%  Eleazer--%  Eleazer'-,  Jeremiah",  JosephS  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Hampden,  Ohio,  June  27,  1845.  He  married  in  Rock  Falls,  Iowa, 
Dec.  8,  1870,  INIary  Annetta  Smith,  who  was  bom  in  Canada,  Jan.  20,  1849, 
daughter  of  William  Irving  and  Mary  Ajin  (Moore)  Smith.  They  reside  in 
Clear  Lake,  Iowa,  where  he  is  County  Supervisor. 

Children,  horn  in  Rock  Falls,  Iowa: 

7646  Richard  Moore,  bom  Dec.  25,  1875;  married  in  Clear  Lake,  Iowa, 

Jan.  17,  1906,  Elizabeth  Hill.  They  reside  in  W^ishbum,  N.  D., 
where  he  is  a  lumber  merchant. 

7647  Margaret  E.,  born  July  9,  1882. 

5077  JOHN  C.  JEW^ETT  (Sexton  B.^''^,  Benjamin'"",  Ichabod»«% 
Elcazcr"*",  Eleazcr'",  Jeremiah'^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Antioch,  111.,  in  18.53.  He  married  in  Sparta,  W^is.,  Jan.  29,  1878,  Hattie 
Converse.     They  reside  in  Moose  Jaw.,  Sask.,  Canada. 

Ch  ildren : 

7648  V.  Ethel,  born  in  Bush  Prairie,  Wis.,  in  1880. 

7649  Alice  R.,  born  in  Angelo,  Wis.,  in  1883. 

7650  John  Converse,  born  in  Bowdle,  S.  D.,  in  1888. 


762  Jewett  Genealogy 

5086  MARY  JEWETT  (Lester««%  Eleaze^^'«^  Ichabod«'% 
Eleazer"®,  Eleazcr'%  Jcrcmiah'%  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Seneca,  N.  Y.,  March  17,  1839.  By  Emma  Stark  Hampton:  "  Seldom  do 
■we  meet,  in  public  or  private  life,  so  rare  a  character  as  that  embodied  in 
that  faithful  friend  and  co-worker  of  many  eventful  years,  Mary  Jewett 
Telford.  In  her  the  attributes  that  stand  for  all  that  is  best  and  purest  in 
womanhood  were  fully  developed  and  wonderfully  combined;  no  doubt  a 
creation  wrought  out  by  the  Master  Hand,  to  produce  a  medium  whereby  to 
solve  some  great  problem  in  life,  or  propel  the  motor  power  of  some  upHft- 
ing  influence  toward  the  betterment  of  the  human  race. 

"  Rare  mental  endowments  were  her  heritage,  a  legacy  from  heaven.  A 
silvery  tongue  gave  voice  to  heaven-born  thoughts  in  speech  so  clear,  so  con- 
vincing, so  true,  that,  like  the  reverberations  of  the  great  canyons  in  which 
her  heart  took  delight,  the  echoes  scintillated  and  came  back  again  and  again 
with  such  telling  force  as  to  stamp  her  words  forever  on  the  minds  of  those 
who  heard. 

"  The  humblest  pen  became  a  magic  wand  at  the  touch  of  her  fingers 
and  was  instantly  infused  with  thrilling  gems  of  thought,  transmitted  swiftly 
from  a  heart  that  knew  no  guile,  but  overflowed  with  great,  passionate 
throbs  of  sympathy  and  pity  for  the  weak,  the  world-weary,  the  wicked,  the 
wayward.  The  touch  of  her  hand,  the  sound  of  her  voice,  the  mere  knowl- 
edge of  her  presence,  gave  one  strength  and  inspiration.  With  her  help- 
ing hand,  dreaded  burdens  rolled  away  and  anticipated  mountains,  hard  to 
climb,  melted  before  one's  vision  into  pleasing  undulations,  easy  to  surmount. 
♦  *  *  Early  in  life  she  showed  great  mental  ability.  Was  educated  in 
district  school  and  State  Normal  at  Ypsilanti,  Mich.,  and  began  teaching 
at  fourteen  years  of  age.  Later,  taught  instrumental  and  vocal  music  and 
French  in  a  young  ladies'  seminary  in  Kentucky.  At  sixteen  she  began 
writing  for  publication.  The  family  removed  to  Lima,  Mich.,  prior  to  the 
Civil  War,  and  in  State  history  are  mentioned  prominently.  When  Fort 
Sumter  was  fired  upon  and  troops  were  called  out,  patriotism  so  burned  in  her 
breast  she  was  impelled  to  in  some  way  serve  her  country,  and  determined  to 
go  to  the  front  as  nurse.  To-day  to  carry  out  such  determination  would 
hardly  create  comment,  but  in  those  days  the  Evangelines  and  the  Florence 
Nightingales  were  almost  single  in  number,  and  to  enlist  in  service  such  as 
theirs  demanded  the  spirit  of  a  heroine  and  martyr. 

"  She  naturally  met  strong  opposition,  but  after  many  seasons  of  prayer 
and  debate  and  persuasion,  she  closed  her  school  and,  armed  with  a  govern- 
ment order,  supplemented  by  a  permit  from  Governor  Blair,  the  famous 
war  Governor  of  Michigan  and  a  personal  friend  of  her  father.  Dr.  Lester 
Jewett  accompanied  her  to  the  afterward  famous  Mason  and  Dixon's  line. 
She  was  detailed  to  Nashville,  Tenn.,  the  only  woman  in  a  hospital  where 
there  were  six  hundred  mefi.  Then  came  the  struggles,  the  hardships,  the 
times  that  tried  the  souls  of  men  and  women,  the  victories  over  self  and  home- 
sickness, the  labors  that  day  by  day  made  up  a  history  and  a  record  for  Mary 


Ninth  Generation  763 

Jewett  over  which  the  angels  well  niight  sing  and  weep, — weep  in  sympathy 
as  she  l)ent  day  and  night  over  forms  so  soon  to  return  to  mother  dust,  or 
sing  for  joy  when  her  skilled  hand  had  nursed  back  to  life  and  hope  some 
despairing  boy  in  bhic. 

"  Well  do  I  remember  an  incident  of  1891,  the  year  of  the  Grand  Army 
Encampment  in  Detroit.  It  was  my  privilege  to  entertain  Mrs.  Telford. 
One  day,  on  reaching  home  toward  evening,  I  found  licr  sitting  close  beside 
a  comrade  in  the  library.  Marks  of  tears  and  glow  of  smiles  were  on  their 
faces.  She  at  once  introduced  him  as  a  patient  in  one  of  the  long-ago  hos- 
pitals, and  quickly  he  added:  'And,  dear  madam,  I  want  to  say  that  this 
blessed  woman,  whom  I've  always  called  *  my  angel,'  snatched  me  from  the 
grave  down  in  Tennessee  and  saved  my  life;  sick  and  discouraged  and  home- 
sick, she  made  me  live  and  get  well.  I've  longed  to  see  her  if  yet  alive,  and 
accidentally  seeing  in  the  National  Tribune  she  would  be  here,  I  came  all 
the  way  from  Louisiana  to  hunt  her  out,  to  clasp  her  hand  and  look  again 
into  the  face  of  my  Evangeline.' 

"  Volumes  might  be  filled  with  such  unwritten  records  earned  by  this 
gnxnd  woman,  and  the  half  not  be  told. 

"  On  receiving  her  discharge  as  army  nurse,  she  returned  home, 
broken  in  health,  which  she  never  fully  recovered.  By  special  act  of  Con- 
gress in  1892,  she  was  granted  a  pension.  (She  was  the  first  woman  to 
receive  a  pension  from  the  U.  S.  Government.)  Her  army  experience  greatly 
strengthened  her  desire  to  elevate  and  better  mankind,  and  thereafter  her 
life  was  zealously  devoted  to  all  things  good.  She  espoused  the  temperance 
cause,  and  her  persuasive  voice  sounded  its  praises  from  a  hundred  platforms. 

"  In  186-5,  at  her  home  in  Michigan,  she  married  Jacob  Telford,  a  Civil 
War  veteran,  whom  she  knew  in  childhood,  and  to  the  day  of  his  death,  little 
more  than  a  year  ago,  they  were  still  ardent  lovers.  He  lies  buried  in  the 
National  Cemetery  at  Murfreesboro,  Tenn.,  where  he  received  severe  wounds 
from  which  he  always  suffered.  The  only  wish  of  this  unselfish  woman  who 
devoted  her  whole  life  and  all  her  earnings  to  others,  was  that  her  poor,  tired 
body  might  at  last  rest  beside  the  one  she  loved.  In  her  last  days  she  said 
with  a  sigh,  '  I  may  be  selfish  in  wanting  to  lie  beside  dear  Jacob,  so  never 
mind ;  I  shall  soon  slip  away  and  be  with  him  around  the  bend  of  the  river.' 

"  This  dear  woman  died  in  Hinsdale  Sanitarium,  111.,  Aug.  5,  1906, 
subsequent  to  a  critical  operation,  and,  like  a  soldier  in  the  field,  lies  buried 
where  she  fell. 

"  When  the  call  was  made  in  1883  at  Denver  for  a  National  Woman's 
Relief  Corps  organization,  Mrs.  Telford  was  instantly  interested.  Well  she 
knew  the  needs  of  the  boys  in  blue.  Living  then  in  Denver,  she  became  one 
of  the  twenty-three  charter  members,  joining  from  Colorado.  Her  ability 
was  recognized,  and  she  was  made  first  Corresponding  Secretary.  Colorado 
soon  became  a  Department,  and  she  was  elected  its  second  Department  Presi- 
dent. During  the  two  years  she  served,  the  Department  came  prominently 
to  the  front  through  the  great  work  accomplished,  and  her  bright,  business- 


764  Jewett  Genealogy 

like  General  Orders.  Having  gained  a  wide  national  reputation  as  a  plat- 
form speaker  and  a  brilliant  writer,  her  influence  was  far-reaching.*      *      * 

"  At  a  critical  time,  when  the  National  Home  was  in  the  throes  of  un- 
certainty, her  clear  brain  and  wise  pen  did  good  service.  She  was  always 
ready  to  help  in  emergencies,  but  nothing  would  induce  her  to  be  a  candidate 
for  the  National  office,  not  even  the  desire  of  her  greatest  admirers  to  have 
her  name  enrolled  in  the  list  of  Past  National  Presidents. 

"  Going  from  Iowa  to  Colorado  in  1873  in  search  of  health,  Mrs.  Tel- 
ford became  editor  of  the  Colorado  Farmer;  founded  the  Challenge,  the 
organ  of  the  State  Prohibition  Party  and  of  the  W.  C.  T.  U.,  in  1884  and 
was  its  editor  for  five  years.  She  identified  herself  with  the  white  ribbon 
organization  after  meeting  Miss  Willard  on  the  latter's  first  visit  to  Colorado. 
Mrs.  Telford  was  a  candidate  for  Lieut. -Governor  on  the  Prohibition 
ticket. 

"  She  was  President  of  the  Central  Union  of  Denver  in  the  early  '80s, 
and  much  of  the  good  work  accomplished  by  that  union  was  begun  during 
her  administration.  A  Rest  and  Rescue  Home  in  the  slum  district,  a  Day 
Nursery  and  the  Woman's  Exchange,  were  among  the  enterprises  that  en- 
listed her  special  interest,  and  later  the  Cottage  Rescue  Home  work  claimed 
her  unfailing  efforts  for  its  advancement. 

"  Four  months  before  her  death  she  became  associate  editor  of  The 
Union  Signal." 

5090  NATHAN  JEWETT  (Lester'^*'',  Eleazer"",  Ichabod'", 
Eleazer^'®,  Eleazer^^,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Lima,  Mich.,  July  17,  1847.  He  married  in  Toledo,  Ohio,  Oct.  5,  1865, 
Rocelia  Brown,  who  was  born  near  Toledo  Sept.  14,  1841,  daughter  of 
Orlando  and  Maria  (Allen)  Brown.  Mr.  Jewett  spent  his  childhood  on  his 
father's  farm  in  Wastenaw  Co.,  Mich.,  and  attended  school  near  his  home 
until  past  fifteen  years  of  age,  when  he  went  to  a  high  school  in  Ann  Arbor, 
but  his  father's  death  cut  short  his  school  opportunities.  He  went  to  Toledo, 
where  he  engaged  in  the  express  and  draying  business,  but  having  a  mechani- 
cal and  inventive  mind,  he  soon  turned  to  the  selling  of  farm  machinery  and 
traveled  for  the  Sulky  Reaper  Co.  a  number  of  years,  then  with  the  Marsh 
Harvester  Works.  In  1882,  having  invented  and  patented  a  number  of 
devices  for  reapers,  he  was  engaged  by  the  Piano  Mfg.  Co.  of  Piano,  111.,  as 
head  of  their  pattern  department. 

In  1887  he  went  into  business  in  Chicago,  manufacturing  Venetian 
window  blinds — his  own  invention — ^but  the  great  strikes  among  the  building 
unions  in  1888  cut  all  such  business  to  the  ground.  He  then  devoted  much 
of  his  time  to  lecturing  for  the  temperance  cause.  All  of  his  life  he  was  a 
strong  advocate  of  temperance  and  right  laws,  taking  an  active  part  in  a 
number  of  presidential  elections,  representing  the  Prohibition  party  in 
active  campaigns  through  the  States  of  Illinois,  Indiana,  and  Ohio.  He 
was  always  a  loyal  citizen,  a  faithful  friend,  and  a  noble  and  loving  father. 


Ninth  Generation  765 

He  died  in  Sharkey,  Miss.,  Aug.  2-i,  1898.      Mrs.  Jewett  resides  in  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y. 

Children: 

7651  Elmer  Brown,  born  in  Lima,  Mich.,  May  10,  1866;  married  Dec.  5, 

1900,  May  Perry.  They  reside  in  Napierville,  111.,  where  he  is  a 
painter  and  decorator.  One  child,  Herbert  Marshall,  bom  April 
19,  1906. 

7652  William,  bom  in  Toledo,  Ohio,  Jan.  16,  1868;  died  Feb.  7,  1868. 

7653  Ernest  Lester,  born  in  Toledo,  Ohio,  Feb.   l-i,  1869;  married  Cora 

May  Favor.* 

7654  Lillian  ]Maria,  born  in  Amboy,  111.,  Nov,  22,  1870;  resides  in  Brook- 

lyn, N.  Y. 

7655  Mary,  born  in  Toledo,  Ohio,  Jan.    19,  1873;  married  June  3,  1903, 

Charles  Chandler  Gilchrest.  He  is  an  electrical  engineer  with  the 
Western  Electrical  Co.  of  New  York  City,  and  they  reside  in 
Montclair,  N.  J.     One  child,  Charles  Jewett,  born  Nov.  16,  1904. 

7656  Arthur,  born  in  Toledo,  Ohio,  Aug.  21,  1874;  died  in  Rogers  Park, 

111.,  Dec.  19,  1891. 

7657  Ava  Catherine,  bom  in  Rogers  Park,  111.,  April  21,  1887;  resides  in 

Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

5092  SARAH  SUBMIT  JEWETT  (Nathan^'"*,  Eleazer^''"', 
Ichabod'""\  Eleazer"",  Eleazcr^",  Jeremiah^'',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Langdon,  N.  H.,  Feb.  17,  1823.  She  married  in  Haverhill,  N.  H.,  in 
1849,  George  Little  Moore.  He  was  bora  in  Bath,  N.  H.,  in  1827,  and  died 
in  Haverhill  July  18,  1863.  Mrs.  Moore  died  in  Claremont,  N.  H.,  Nov.  24, 
1901. 

Children,  born  in  Haverhill,  N.  H.: 

7658  Alice  Elizabeth,  bom  in  1850;  married  Alden  Cross  and  resides  in 

Claremont,  N.  H. 

7659  Ezra  Kimball,  bom  in  1852 ;  died  in  Claremont . 

7660  James  Jewett,  born  in  1854;  died  in  Claremont . 

7661  Laura  Jane,  born  in  1856;  married  Frank  Winn  and  resides  in  Clare- 

mont. 

7662  George  Little,  born  in  1858;  died  in  Claremont  in  1898. 

7663  Moody,  bora  in  1861  ;  resides  in  Claremont. 

7664  Ida  ]\Iay,  bom  in  1863;  married  Arthur  Perkins  and  resides  in  Clare- 

mont. 

5094  OLIVE  SOPHROXIA  JEWETT  (Nathan^"",  Eleazer^''", 
Ichabod""*,  Eleazer'*",  Eleazer^*,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Langdon,  N.  H.,  Oct.  19,  1826.  She  married  in  Felchville,  Vt.,  Jan.  1, 
1848,  William  Kiml)all,  who  wa.s  born  in  Cornish,  N.  H.,  July  12,  1822, 
son  of  William  and  Patience  (Morse)  Kimball.  He  was  a  loom  fixer  and 
died  June  25,  1899.      She  resides  in  Claremont,  N.  II. 


766  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children,  born  in  Claremont,  N.  H. : 

7665  Ada   Elizabeth,  born   Jan.    8,    1849;   died   in   Claremont,    Sept.    iiO,. 

1861. 

7666  Minnie  May,  born  Aug.  15,  1862;  died  in  Claremont,  Oct.  20,  1862. 

7667  William  Jewett,  bom  May  1,  1866;  married  in  Manchester,  N.  H., 

April  17,  1895,  Mary  Louisa  Woods,  who  was  bom  in  Dracut, 
Mass.,  Oct.  16,  1869,  daughter  of  Benjamin  and  Lizzie  A.  (Holt) 
Woods.  He  is  in  the  employ  of  the  Boston  Consolidated  Gas  Co., 
and  resides  in  Somerville,  Mass. 


5096  SOPHIA  LUCRETIA  JEWETT  (Nathan^'«^  Eleazer"»% 
Ichabod'"",  Eleazer"%  Eleazer'%  Jcremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Langdon,  N.  H.,  May  29,  1832.  She  married  in  Westminster,  Vt.,  Oct. 
6,  1850,  William  Booth,  who  was  bom  in  Langdon,  May  5,  1823,  son  of 
Amos  and  Sallie  (Smith)  Booth.  Mr.  Booth  was  a  farmer  and  died  in 
Drewsville,  N.  H.,  Dec.  5,  1871.      She  died  there  Feb.  23,  1871. 

Children: 

7668  William  Mortimer,  born  in  Ashby,  Mass.,  July  26,   1852;  died  in 

Portland,  Ore.,  May  15,  1903. 

7669  Amos  Rodman,  bom  in  Natick,  Mass.,  March  8,  1854 ;  died  in  Law- 

rence, Mass.,  May  8,  1854. 

7670  Mary  Ehzabeth,  born  in  Langdon,  N.  H.,  Sept.  13,  1855 ;  married 

and  resides  in  Groveland,  Mass. 

7671  Charles  Berton,  born  In  rhostor,  Vt.,  Oct.  26,  1857;  died  in  Med- 

ford,  Mass.,  Jan.  4,  1905. 

7672  Abbie  Luella,  born  in  Langdon,  N.  H.,  Sept.  25,  I860 ;  died  Nov.  15, 

1861. 

7673  Frederick  Lcland,  born  in  Langdon,  N.  H.,  Sept.  30,  1862;  resides  in 

Groveland,  Mass. 

7674  Ida  Eliza,  born  in  Langdon,  N.  H.,  March  4,  1864 ;  married  and  re- 

sides  in   Haverhill,   Mass. 

7675  Winslow  Porter,  born  in  Langdon,  N.  H.,  Aug.  25,  1866;  died  in 

Woodstock,  Vt.,  Dec.  12,  1901. 

7676  George  Nelson,  born  in  Langdon,  N.  H.,  June  4,  1868;  resides  in 

Newark,  N.  J. 

5098  ELECTA  JEWETT  ELWELL  (Electa'««%  Eleazer^'", 
Ichabod""",  Eleazer"%  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah'^  Joseph*,  Edward"),  was  born 
in  Langdon,  N.  H.,  Jan.  24,  1823.  She  married  Sept.  14,  1841,  Roswell 
Huntoon,  a  farmer  of  Langdon.  He  was  born  Oct.  14,  1821,  and  died  Nov. 
13,  1898.     She  died  April  13,  1899. 

Children : 

7677  Horace  R.,  born  Dec.  16,  1842;  died  Oct.  1,  1865. 


Ninth  Generation  767 

7678  Marcella  B.,  born  Dec.  11,  1847;  died  April  13,  1899. 

7679  Harlcy  J.,  born  July   7,  1856.     He   is   a   machinist   and   resides  in 

Bellows  Falls,  Vt. 

5111  JOHN  HARVEY  JEWETT  (Neil-«"^  Eleazer"",  Ichabod'", 
Eleazer"*",  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Stanley  Corner,  N.  V.,  Oct.  iil-,  1837.  He  married  in  Mason,  Mich.,  Dec. 
18,  1867,  Harriet  Jewett,  who  was  born  in  Lima,  Mich.,  Nov.  9,  1840, 
daugh^r  of  Joseph  Porter  Jewett  (see  2869).  They  reside  in  Reed  City, 
Mich.,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

7680  J.,  born  in  Aiirelius,  Mich.,  March  6,  1870;  married  in  Reed  City, 

Aug.  3,  1904,  Gertrude  Morrison,  who  was  bom  in  Pinora,  Mich., 
Oct.  21,  1886,  daughter  of  Preston  and  Lavina  (Ginrick)  Mor- 
rison. He  is  a  farmer  in  Reed  City.  One  child,  Ethel  Ivolene, 
bom  in  Lincoln,  Mich.,  Aug.  10,  1905. 

7681  May  Agnes,  born  in  Aurelius,  Mich.,  Jan,  9,  1872;  died  in  Lincoln, 

Mich.,  Aug.  25,  1884. 

7682  Maggie,  born  in  Delpi,  ]\Iich.,  Nov.  12,  1876;  died  in  Lincoln,  Mich., 

Aug.  17,  1881. 

5117  JOSEPH  JEWETT  (Joseph  P.=«°»,  Eleazer^^»^  Ichabod'''% 
Eleazer'"®,  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^'',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Lima,  Mich.,  Sept.  15,  1842.  He  married  in  Vevay,  Mich.,  Feb.  14,  1867, 
Mary  A.  Claflin,  daughter  of  William  and  Martha  (Dewey)  Claflin.  She 
was  bom  in  Byson,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  26,  1849,  and  died  April  1,  1883.  He  mar- 
ried (2d)  Eliza  A.  Carson,  who  was  born  in  Ithaca,  N.  Y.,  in  1847.  Mr. 
Jewett  is  a  farmer  and  has  held  different  public  offices ;  has  been  a  Justice  of 
the  Peace  for  the  past  sixteen  years.  He  served  in  the  Union  Army  during 
the  Civil  War  from  1861  to  1865.  He  owns  a  large  farm  near  Mason,  Mich., 
and  a  house  in  Mason  in  which  he  lives. 

Children,  all  by  first  wife: 

7683  Arthur  W.,   born    in   Vevay,   Mich.,   July    26,    1869;   married   Lula 

Lyon.* 

7684  Mattie  B.,  bom  in  Vevay,  Mich.,  April  26,  1875;  married  Louis  C. 

Micter.* 

7685  Alton  L.,  born  in  Mason,  Mich.,  Sept.  16,  1879;  married  June  20, 

1906,  lone  Sanders,  who  was  born  Sept.  23,  1885.  He  is  a  far- 
mer in  Mason. 

5125  DR.  JOHN  H.  JEWETT  (Harvey'"",  Eloazcr"",  Ichabod"', 
Eleazer'*',  Eleazer^',  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Canandaigua,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  19,  1854.     He  married  in  East  Bloomfield,  N.  Y., 


768  Jewett  Genealogy 

Jan.  3,  1884,  Kezzie  Stuart  Buell,  daughter  of  Charles  and  Anna  (Dunn) 
Buell.  Dr.  Jewett  received  the  degree  of  M.  D.  from  the  College  of  Phy- 
sicians and  Surgeons  of  New  York  City  in  1879,  and  resides  in  Canandaigua, 
where  he  follows  his  profession. 

Children,  born  in  Cancmdaigua,  N.  Y.: 

7686  Mary  Dixson,  born  Jan.  28,  1885. 

7687  Charles  Harvey,  bom  May  22,  1888. 

5127  GEORGE  E.  DAMON  (Mairy""S  Eleazer"«^  Ichabod«'% 
Eleazer*^",  Eleazer^^,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Goshen,  Nov.  6,  1834.  He  married  in  Parma,  N.  Y.,  March  2,  1858,  Ange- 
hna  Green,  who  was  bom  in  Parma  Jan.  10,  1818,  daughter  of  William  and 
Angelina  (Knowlton)  Green.  They  reside  in  Fenton,  Mich.,  where  he  is  a 
grocer. 

Children,  bom  in  Fenton,  Mich.: 

7688  C.  A.,  bora  July  3,  1863;  married  in  Fenton,  Oct.  16,  1884,  Ella  M. 

Gamon,  who  died  Sept.  2,  1884.  He  married  (2d),  Dec.  23, 
1902,  Cornelia  Margond  Dixon,  who  was  bom  Dec.  31,  1875. 
They  reside  in  Fenton.  He  is  a  commercial  traveler.  One  child, 
Georgia  Margaret,  born  in  Fenton,  July  20,  1903. 

7689  Angie  L.,  born  Dec.  10,  1868;  died  March  8,  1878. 

5129  CLARA  FRANCESIA  JEWETT  (Thomas-''-,  Eleazer'^", 
Ichabod®**^,  Eleazer^^®,  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Lima,  Mich.,  Feb.  20,  1848.  She  married  there  July  3,  1867,  Thomas 
Fletcher,  who  was  born  in  Sylvan,  Mich.  They  reside  in  Chelsea,  Mich., 
where  he  is  a  retired  farmer. 

Children: 

7690  Ellsworth  Jewett,  born  Oct.  23,  1868.      He  is  a  farmer  in  Chelsea. 

7691  Alton  Ellwood,  bom  in  Sharon,  Mich.,  Feb.  25,  1871.     He  is  a  mer- 

chant in  Stockbridge,  Mich. 

7692  Mabel  Lucinda,  bom  in  Lima,  Mich.,  April  26,  1877 ;  resides  in  Chel- 

sea. 

5130  ADA  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (Thomas-"%  Eleazer"", 
Ichabod"*"',  Eleazer''^,  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Lima,  Mich.,  Dec.  9,  1851.  She  married  there,  Oct.  21,  1869,  John  Fer^ 
ris  Waltrous,  who  was  born  in  Athen  Co.,  Ohio,  May  30,  1846,  son  of  Wil- 
liam Bradford  and  Sarah  (Townsend)  Waltrous.  They  reside  in  Chelsea, 
Mich.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Child: 

7693  Roland  Bradford,  born  in  Lima,  Mich.,  Aug.  30,  1873;  married  in 

Grass  Lake,  Mich.,  Dec.  12,  1893,  Ruth  Mae  Loomis,  who  was  bom 
in  Jackson,  Mich.,  July  13,  1871.  He  is  a  farmer  in  Chelsea. 
One  child,  Jane  Roena,  born  Feb.  15,  1904. 


Ninth  Generation  769 

5131  GEORGE  NATHAN  JEWETT  (William  N.'"%  Nathan^'S 
Ichabod"',  Eleazer"'",  Eloazer'-,  Jeremiah'',  Joseph',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Granby,  Mass.,  Nov.  HQ,  1836.  He  married  in  Kalamazoo,  Mich.,  July 
23,  1862,  Louisa  T.  Roberts,  daughter  of  Lloyd  and  Mary  (Troll)  Roberts. 
She  died  March  28,  1890.  Mr.  Jcwett  is  a  carpenter,  a  member  of  the 
Masonic  Order,  and  has  lived  in  Vermont,  ^Michigan,  Arkansas,  Texas,  and 
now  resides  in  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Children,  born  in  Michigan: 

7694  Florence  E.,  born  June  3,  1862;  married  Jonas  F.  Durlacher.* 

7695  Edward  M.,  bom  Nov.  18,  1863;  died  in  St.  Louis,  Mo.,  June  28, 

1892. 

7696  Carrie  S.,  born  Jan.  3,  1876;  died  in  Joplin,  Mo.,  May  8,  1903. 

5132  NORMAN  CARVER  JEWETT  (William  N."",  Nathan'^«% 
Ichabod'"'*'",  Eleazer"",  Eleazcr'',  Jeremiah'%  Joseph',  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Pownal,  Vt.,  Sept.  1,  1836.  He  married  in  Richland,  Mich.,  Jan.  17, 
1867,  Mary  Elmira  Bucll,  who  was  born  in  Richland,  Aug.  22,  1844,  daughter 
of  Josiah  and  Sylvia  (Johnson)  Buell.  They  resided  in  Richland,  where  he 
died  June  27,  1907. 

Children,  born  in  Richland,  Mich.: 

7697  Elmer  Buell,  born  Jan.  22,  1869;  married  ^lay  21,  1901,  in  Lowell, 

Mich.,  Annetta  Watts,  daughter  of  David  and  Eliza  (Cherington) 
Watts.  Mr.  Jewett  graduated  from  Case  School  of  Applied  Sci- 
ence of  Cleveland,  Ohio,  with  the  degree  of  B.  S.,  after  which  he 
entered  the  employ  of  the  National  Carbon  Co.  of  Cleveland,  and 
became  assistant  superintendent.  He  is  now  superintendent  of  the 
Washington  Carbon  Co.  of  Clarksburg,  W.  Va.,  where  they  re- 
side. 

7698  Nelson  Josiah,  born  April  23,  1872;  married  June  6,  1902,  Edith 

Day.  He  graduated  from  the  International  Training  School  of 
Springfield,  Mass.,   and   resides   in   Winnipeg,  Manitoba. 

7699  Norman    Ralph,    bom    April    11,    1875.      He    graduated    from    the 

Michigan  School  of  Mines  with  the  degree  of  ]VL  E. 

7700  Harry  Morgan,  born  Jan.  9,  1877;  married  April   6,   1903,  Mary 

Sherburne.      Residence,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

7701  Roy  George,  born  Feb.  7,  1879;  died  Aug.  28,  1890. 

7702  Dwight  Cecil,  born  June  23,  1882. 

7703  Esther  Elmira,  born  July  28,  1885. 

5136  SA^HJEL  P.  JEWETT  (William  N.'"",  Nathan''"*^,  Ichabod""", 
Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph',  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Woodstock,  111.,  March  16,  1843.  He  married  in  Coldwat.r,  Mich.,  Sept. 
1,  1869,  Frances  E.  Drake,  daughter  of  Richard  H.  and  Sarah  K.  (Horton) 
Drake.  Tlioy  have  resided  in  Mitchell  and  Gedden,  S.  D.,  and  now  live  in 
Richland,  Midi.       He  is  a  carpenter  and  a  member  of  the  Afasoinc  Order. 


770  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children,  born  in  RicJiland,  Mich.,  except  first. 

7704  R.  R.,  born  in  Coldwater,  Mich.,  Nov.  1,  1872. 

7705  Lee  S.,  born  June  13,  1878. 

7706  Ethel  A.,  born  Nov.  21,  1880. 

7707  Jessie,  born  Feb.  14,  1882 ;  died  Feb.  23,  1882. 


1402 


5141  DR.  WILLIAM  HENRY  JEWETT  (Benjamin  F.'«",  Elam 
Elam"S  Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  JosephS  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  Oct.  2,  1831.  He  married  there  Feb.  5,  1854,  Lucy 
Ellen  SnoufFer,  daughter  of  George  and  Mary  Ann  (Wirtz)  SnoufFer. 

Dr.  Jewett  graduated  from  the  Eclectic  Medical  Institute  of  Cincinnati 
in  the  class  of  1858,  and  settled  in  Ohio.  He  was  in  the  Union  army  during 
the  Civil  War;  is  a  member  of  the  Masonic  Order,  the  Odd  Fellows,  and  the 
G.  A.  R.     Residence,  Elmwood,  Ohio. 

Children: 

7708  Mary  Eliza,  born  in  Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  Dec.   21,  1854;  married 

Herman  Reed.* 

7709  George  Franklin,  born  in  Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  March  17,  1857;  mar- 

ried (1st)  Ida  May  Forshee;  (2d)  Pearl  Timms.* 

7710  Laura  E.,  bom  in  Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  Jan.  24,  1859 ;  died  in  Worth- 

mgton,  Ohio,  Sept.  12,  1860. 

7711  Flora  Estella,  bom  in  Delaware  Co.,  Ohio,  June  6,  1861;  married 

Dock  Gates.* 

7712  Sarah  Adella,  bom  in  Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  Aug.  5,  1864 ;  married  Nov. 

1,  1883,  Harry  Dominy,  who  died  Aug.  23,  1886.  She  resides  in 
Elmwood.  One  child,  Cora,  bom  Dec.  26,  1884 ;  married  July  1, 
1903,  John  E.  Williams,  and  resides  in  Summit,  Ohio. 

7713  Charles  Elliott,  bom  in  Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  Jan.  10,  1868;  married 

Ida  Carruthers.* 

7714  Kate  Ellen,  born  in  Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  Nov.  8,  1871. 

7715  Dimpie,  bom  in  Madison  Co.,  Ohio,  June  8,  1874;   died  in  West 

Canaan,  Ohio,  Nov.  21,  1877. 

7716  Leslie,  bom   in   Madison   Co.,  Ohio,  May   21,   1877;   died   in  West 

Canaan,  Ohio,  Nov.  12,  1877. 

7717  Fred,  born  in  Madison  Co.,  Ohio,  April  8,  1880;  married  Nov.  5, 

1903,  Hattie  Jones.     Residence,  Columbus,  Ohio. 

5142  LAURA  A.  JEWETT  (Benjamin  F.=«",  Elam"°%  Elam"S 
Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  Jan.  5,  1834.  She  married  Sept.  — ,  1858,  Tilghman 
Grimm  and  lived  in  Columbus,  Ohio,  where  he  died  March  11,  1892.  She 
with  her  daughter  resides  in  Columbus. 

Children: 

7718  Ella  Capitola,  bom  Dec.  25,  1859 ;  died  Dec.  28,  1863. 


Ninth  Geneeation  771 

7719  Marian  Eliza,  born  May  18,  1867. 

7720  Howard,  born ;  died  March  17,  1878. 

5143  JOHN  FRANKLIN  JEWETT  (Benjamin  F."",  Elam"°% 
Elam^^S  Eleazer'"",  Eleazcr'",  Jeremiah^',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Franklin  Co.,  Ohio.  Dec.  20,  1835.  He  married  there  Feb.  18,  1865, 
Rachel  Fogle.  They  settled  in  Hillard,  Ohio,  where  he  is  a  farmer  and  where 
his  wife  died  Sept.  24,  1893. 

Children,  born  in  Hillard,  Ohio: 

7721  Jacob  Franklin,  bom  Dec.  21,  1867;  married  Elizabeth  Downs.* 

7722  John  Leonard,  born  Sept.  11,  1870;  married  March  — ,  1901,  Viola 

Bailey.     They    reside   in   Hillard.     One   child,   Mary   Eliza,   bom 
Feb.  11,  1902. 

7723  Mary,  born  Oct.  6,  1874 ;  died  Feb.  5,  1894. 

7724  George  Raymond,  born  Feb.  6,  1880;  married  July  3,  1902,  Myrtle 

Clover.      They   reside   in    Comstock,   Mich.     One   child,   Gertrude 
Marian,  born  May  3,  1903. 

7725  Caleb  Clayton,  born  Aug.  28,  1887;  died  Sept.  26,  1895. 

5144  ELAM  LAFAYETTE  JEWETT  (Benjamin  Fr''',  Elam"", 
Elam"^',  Eleazer*'"°,  Eleazer^*,  Jeremiah^'*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  Jan.  7,  1838.  He  married  Feb.  — ,  1864,  Sarepta 
Richards,  and  settled  in  Powell,  Ohio,  where  he  was  a  farmer  and  where  he 
died  Jan.  26,  1873. 

Children,  horn  in  Powell,  Ohio: 

7726  James  Franklin,  bom  Oct.  5,  1865;  married  Sept.  — ,  1891,  Helen 

Moses,  and  resides  in  Powell. 

7727  George  William,  born  April  30,  1868 ;  married  Mary  Brobeck.* 

7728  Elam  Henry,  bom  Feb.  24,  1872. 

5145  C^TIENUS  ISAIAH  JEWETT  (Benjamin  F."",  Elarn"*", 
Elam*",  Elcazer"',  Eleazcr^^,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  Feb.  5,  1840.  He  married,  in  1865,  Elizabeth  Garner 
and  resides  in  Olentangy,  Ohio,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  bom  in  Olentangy,  Ohio: 

7729  Ida  Eunice,  bom  in  1865 ;  died  Oct.  — ,  1899. 

7730  Joseph  C,  bom  July  15,  1868;  resides  in  Olentangy. 

7731  Marion  E.,  bom  July  27,  1870;  resides  in  Olentangy. 

7732  Annie  E.,  bom  Jan.  11,  1873;  married  Aug.  — ,  1902,  Albert  Cur- 

rier. 

7733  Albert  Tmman,  bom  Oct.  19,  1874;  married  Oct.  16,  1902,  Bertha 

Coe. 

7734  John  B.,  bom  Oct.  5,  1876. 


772  Jewett  Genealogy 

7735  Earl,  bom  June  28,  1879;  married  Dec.  25,  1901,  Eva  Nunemaker. 

One  child,  Elizabeth,  born  Dec.  23,  1903. 

7736  Nannie  E.,  born  Oct.  6,  1882.      She  is  a  teacher  in  Olentangy. 

5146  JARED  O'CONNER  JEWETT  (Benjamin  F.'«",  Elam'*", 
Elam^^S  Eleazer'"",  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Franklin  Co.,  Ohio,  Oct.  16,  1847.  He  married,  in  1869,  Jane  Smiley, 
who  died  in  a  few  years,  and  he  married  (2d),  Nov.  25,  1889,  Mary  Peyton. 
They  reside  in  Worthington,  Ohio. 

Children  hy  -first  wife: 

7737  Wilber  Owen,  born  March  13,  1870 ;  married,  in  1900,  Jennie  Wilcox. 

7738  Flora  Janette,  born  March  20,  1872 ;  married  April  — ,  1893,  Huber 

Countryman. 

7739  Benjamin  Franklin,  born  Dec.  26,  1873. 

7740  Harry  B.,  bom  Jan.  1,  1876;  married  Aug.  25,  1903,  Mary  Lewis. 

7741  Jessie  Alice,  born  Feb.  20,  1877 ;  married  June  30,  1902,  Mr.  Gerber 

and  resides  in  Pittsburg,  Pa. 

Children  hy  second  wife: 

7742  Jared  (twin),  bom  March  1,  1902. 

7743  Mary  (twin),  born  March  1,  1902. 

5152  CATHERINE  JEWETT  (OthnieP^'^,  Elam"°-,  Elam^'S 
Eleazer^"^,  Eleazer'*,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Clinton, 
Ohio,  Nov.  15,  1845.  She  married  in  Ferrisburg,  Ohio,  Sept.  22,  1863, 
Daniel  Moren,  who  was  born  in  Ireland,  June  15,  1825,  son  of  Patrick  and 
Mar}^  (Donnelly)  Moren.  They  reside  in  East  Berkshire,  Vt.,  where  he 
was  a  merchant. 

Children,  horn  in  East  Berkshire,  Vt.: 

7744  Edward,  born  March  ,  1865;  died  Nov.  17,  1867. 

7745  Mary  Ella,  born  Dec.  26,  1867 ;  married  June  25,  1890,  George  J. 

Rugg.     They  reside  in  Glenn  Falls,  N.  Y. 

7746  Elizabeth  Helen,  born  June  29,  1868;  married  May  31,  1887,  Dr.  F. 

I.  Hutchinson  and  resides  in  Ews  Ferry  Falls,  Vt. 

7747  Paul  Jared,  born  March  24,  1871 ;  died  July  2,  1878. 

7748  Daniel  Blinn,  born  Dec.  26,  1872. 

7749  Harry  Lee,  born  April  22,  1876 ;  resides  in  Glenn  Falls,  N.  Y. 

7750  Max,^ bom  Nov.  4,  1880;  died  Aug.  26,  1881. 

5154  LUCY  JEWETT  (OthnieP^"-,  Elam""%  Elam«'\  Eleazer"% 
Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Pharisburg,  Ohio, 
March  28,  1853.  She  married  Frank  P.  Cone  and  they  settled  in  Radnor, 
Ohio,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 


Ninth  Generation  773 

Children: 

7751  Dora,  born  Aug.  16,  1S76. 

7752  Puul,  born  June  4,  1888. 

5157  CHARLES  ().  .IIAVKTT  (Othnicl-""-,  Elam"°^  Elam"", 
Elcazcr^'",  Elcazor'",  .leieniiah"^,  Joseph*,  E(hvard'),  was  born  in  Magnetic 
Springs,  Ohio,  .Ian.  15,  1860.  He  married  Sej)t.  6,  1^97,  Lockey  Hough, 
and  resides  in  Marysville,  Ohio. 

Children: 

7753  Mikhvd,  bom  Sept.  14,  1898. 

7754  Dorothy,  bom  Aug.  6,  1900. 

7755  Phyllis,'  born  July  23,  1902. 

5158  RUSSELL  RIGLOW  STEVENSON  (Marinda=«",  Elam"", 
Elani'^',  Eleazer""",  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^'*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Urbana,  Ohio,  Dec.  15,  1836.  He  married  there  June  24,  1862,  Amanda 
Henrietta  Powell,  who  was  born  in  Urbana  April  25,  1843,  daughter  of 
Henry  and  Ruth  (Logan)  Powell.  They  reside  in  L^rbana,  where  he  is  a 
tinner. 

Ch  ildren : 

7756  Ruth  Logan,  bom  in  London,  Ohio,  Feb.  8,  1863;  married  Charles 

A.  Jahraus.* 

7757  William  Cole,  born  in  Urbana,  Ohio,' May  16,  1866;  married  Laura 

Hughes.* 

7758  Mary  Rertha,  born  in  Urbana,  Ohio,  Feb.  23,  1873;  married  there 

April  2,  1901,  Ernest  H.  Walker,  who  was  bom  in  Indiana,  Pa., 
Dec.    15,   1871,   son   of  James   Miles   and   Mary   E.    (Fairbanks) 
Walker.     They  reside  in  Grand  Marais,  Mich.,  where  he  is  a  mem- 
ber of  the  firm  of  Martin  &  Roggs  Co. 

5164  HOWARD  LEONIDAS  ROOTH  (Eunice^'"'%  Elam"°%  Elam"", 
Eleazer"®,  Eleazer^*,  Jeremiah'",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Columbus, 
Ohio,  Sept.  4,  1844.  He  married  there  Sept.  8,  1880,  Phoebe  L  Williams, 
who  was  born  in  Radnor,  Ohio,  Feb.  12.  1848.  They  reside  in  Columbus, 
Ohio. 

Children,  bom  in  Columbus,  Ohio: 

7759  Carl  H.,  born  Feb.  10,  1882;  resides  in  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

7760  Willianj  K.,  born  Jan.  18,  1886;  resides  in  Columbus. 

5165  MORinS  SPENCER  ROOTH  (Eunice^"",  Elam^"',  EIam"\ 
Eleazer**',  Eleazer",  Jcremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  ColumI)us, 
Ohio,  June  6,  1846.  He  married  there  Nov.  7,  1869.  Katherine  Marinda 
A'roomnn,  who  was  born  in  Troy,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  28,  1846,  daughter  of  Nicholas 
\.  .md  Lctitin  A.  (Sharp)  Vroom/m.  They  rcvside  in  Columbus,  where  he  is 
Treasurer  of  the  Eldridge  &  Higgins  Co.,  wholesale  grocers. 


774  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children,  born  in  Columbus,  Ohio: 

7761  Letitia  Marilla,  bom  Feb.  26,  1871 ;  married  June  15,  1899,  Charles 

Latham.     They  reside  in  Indianapolis,  Ind. 

7762  Harold  Holmes,  born  Jan.  8,  1877;  married  Jan.  24,  1901,  Emma 

Penfield.     They  reside  in  Chicago,  111. 

7763  Cora  Vrooman,  born  Aug.  22,  1880;  resides  in  Columbus. 

5166  HARRIET  LYDIA  BOOTH  (Eunice-«''%  Elam"*^-,  Elam''\ 
Eleazer''",  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^'^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Columbus, 
Ohio,  June  9,  1848.  She  married  there  Dec.  8,  1886,  Cyrus  Hickle.  She 
died  in  Columbus  Aug.  1,  1899.     Mr.  Hickle  and  children  reside  there. 

Children,  born  in  Columbus,  Ohio : 

7764  Nellie  Rae,  born  Oct.  8,  1887. 

7765  Ethel  Eunice,  born  Feb.  18,  1890. 

7766  Hattie  Gladys,  born  Feb.  24,  1893. 

5170  ELAM  JEWETT  BUTTOLPH  (Abigail  N.'^'^',  OthnieP*°% 
Elam^^S  Eleazer""'',  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  New  Haven,  Vt.,  Aug.  8,  1828.  He  married  Sept.  14,  1853,  Mary  Eliza- 
beth Tracy  of  Essex,  Vt.,  and  settled  there.  They  later  removed  to  Buf- 
falo, N.  Y. 

Children: 

7767  Harry  Tracy,  born  in  Essex,  Vt.,  May  6,  1855 ;  resides  in  Buffalo. 

7768  John  Phelps,  bom  in  Essex,  Vt.,  Jan.  16,  1857 ;  resides  in  Buffalo. 

7769  Charles  Jewett,  born  in  Essex,  Vt.,  Dec.  22,  1859;  died  in  Buffalo 

in  1865. 

7770  Abbie  Huldah,  born  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  1,  1864;  died  there 

in  1865. 

5171  SARAH  S.  JEW^ETT  (George  D.''°%  OthnieP*°%  Elara"S  Elea- 
zer"^'', Eleazer'^^,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Granville,  N. 
Y.,  June  19,  1835.  She  married  in  Yuba  Co.,  Cal.,  March  10,  1858,  J.  B. 
McChesney.     They  reside  in  Mill  Valley,  Cal. 

Children: 

7771  Clara  Taggart,  bom  in  Yuba  Co.,  Cal.,  June  25,  1861.     She  is  a 

portrait  painter  in  New  York  City. 

7772  Mary  Alice,  born  in  Nevada  City,  Cal.,  March  13,  1865.     Resides 

in  Mill  Valley. 

7773  George   Jewett,  born   in   Oakland,    Cal.,   Jan.    30,   1875.      He   is   a 

physician  in  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

5182  ALPHEUS  JEWETT  WIGHTMAN  (Delia  E.''"",  Alpheus"<*», 
Elam'",    Eleazer"',    Eleazer''^    Jeremiah",    Joseph*,    Edward^),    was    bom 


Ninth  Geneeation  775 

Jan.  12,  1829.     He  married  Sept.  28,  1854-,  Jane  Wood,  who  died  Nov.  28, 
1894.     He  died  Oct.  26,  1895. 

Children: 

7774  Williuiii  Wallace,  born  ;  died  in  infancy. 

7775  George  A.,  bom  .     Resides  in  Ottawa,  Kan. 

7776  William,  born  April  11,  1856;  died  • 

5183  GEORGE  'A.  WIGHTMAN  (Delia  E."",  Alpheus^*°% 
Elam'"',  Eleazcr"",  Eleazer'",  Jercmiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born 
June  14,   1831.      He  married  May   4,  1852,  Maria   SchafFer. 

Children: 

7777  Annie,  bom  May  1,  1854;  married  Joseph  Kemp.     They  had  three 

children,  Joseph,  born  Sept.  19,  1880;  died  Feb.  25,  1881;  Elsie, 
and  Walter. 

7778  Charles,  born  April  8,  1856;  married  Lida  Wagner,  who  was  bom 

Jan.  21,  1857.  They  reside  in  Ottawa,  Kan.  Seven  children, 
Inez  Wagner,  born  ^Nlay  21,  1880,  married  William  Swift;  Fran- 
cis W.,  born  Feb.  25,  1882;  Edward  Jcwett,  l)orn  Nov.  19,  1884; 
Mary  D.,  bom  June  15,  1887,  died  Dec.  28,  1897;  Alma,  born 
June  3,  1889;  Helen,  born  Nov.  30,  1895;  and  Jeanette,  bora 
July  19,  1897. 

7779  Fannie,  born  Aug.  19,  1858;  married  Will  Westover  and  died  June 

2,  1897.     One  child,  George  A.,  who  died  in  infancy. 

7780  Frank,  born  Dec.  ,  1863;  died  in  infancy. 

7781  Delia,  born  Nov.   22,   1870;  married  George  B.   Reineke,  who  was 

born  May  16,  1864.  They  reside  in  Ottawa,  Kan.  Five  children, 
Don,  bom  Jan.  1,  1888,  died  Sept.  7,  1888;  Carl,  born  Sept.  23, 
1893;  Max,  born  Oct.  11,  1895;  Robert,  born  Feb.  11,  1900;  and 
George  B.,  born  Sept.  17,  1903. 

5184  HARRIET  CHURCHILL  WIGHTMAN  (Delia  E.="",  Al- 
pheus"°%  Elam"\  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
bora  April  4,  1833.  She  married  May  16,  1862,  Turton  Joshua  Copp.  He 
was  bora  Dec.  18,  1826,  and  died  June  28,  1892.     She  died  Jan.  8,  1893. 

Children: 

7782  Ida   Helen,   born   :\Iarch   3,    18.53;   married    Aug.    16,    1871,   Henry 

Christopher  Schramm,  who  was  born  Oct.  2,  1848.  They  reside 
in  Burlington,  la.  "^Fwo  cliildren,  Harriet,  born  Oct.  15,  1872; 
married  Nov.  7,  1894,  Grant  Vincent  rhillips,  who  was  born  April 
7.  1865;  and  Mary  Amelia,  bom  June  20,  1874;  married  Oct. 
28,  1897,  Paul  Hawkins  Phillips,  who  was  born  March  6,  1872. 
They  have  one  child,  Paul  Schramm  Phillips,  })nrn  Sept.  16,  1900. 

7783  George  Mcrrell,  bora  Oct.  9,  1855  ;  died  July  31,  1866. 


776  Jewett  Genealogy 

778^      Frank  Pendleton,  bom  Jan.  16,  1858;  died  Aug.  26,  1858. 

7785  Albert  Joshua,  born  July  27,   1861 ;  married  June  27,  1888,  Anna 

Duport  Mauro,  who  was  born  June  17,  1863.  They  reside  in 
Burlington,  la.  Three  children,  Charlotte,  born  June  14,  1889; 
Charles  Clement,  born  Feb.  14,  1891 ;  and  Philip  Mauro,  born 
Oct.  17,  1894. 

7786  Alfred  Abel,  born  July   27,  1861;   married  Feb.   6,  1896,  Marian 

Helen  Berens,  who  was  born  Dec.  14,  %866.  They  reside  in 
Burlington,   la. 

5185  ROSELLA  A.  WIGHTMAN  (Delia  E.-"%  Alpheus^*''^  Elam^S 
Eleazer""*',  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph'',  Edward^),  was  born  Jan.  31, 
1835.  She  married  Dec.  25,  1858,  H.  D.  Crane,  who  was  born  March  11, 
1831. 

Child: 
V787      Lulu   C,  born  July  7,   1868;  married   June  14,   1887,  Walter   H. 

Becker,  who  was  born  May  29,  1864.    They  reside  in  Ottawa,  Kan. 

Five  children,  Margaret  E.,  born  Jan.  1,  1889;  died  Jan.  18,  1889; 

Genevieve  Crane,  born  April  24,  1891 ;  Leod  Daw,  bom  Aug.  31, 

1894;  Delia  Louise,  born  July  7,  1897;  and  Mary  Rosella,  b'»rn 

Nov.  15,  1901;  died  April  8,  1902. 

5188  ELLA  WIGHTMAN  (Delia  'Er-''\  Alpheus^^"^  Elam-^'S  Elea- 
zer"^®,  Elcazer^",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  Nov.  2,  1845. 
She  married  May  31,  1870,  William  B.  IMoore,  who  was  born  Sept.  24, 
1842.     They  reside  in  Ottawa,  Kan. 

Children : 

7788  Frederick  William,  born  May  13,  1872. 

7789  Myra  May,  bom  Jan.  31,  1879. 

7790  Leland  w'ightman,  born  Dec.  10,  1883. 

5190  LOVINA  DEXTER  ABBOTT  (Rosella  A.-^'%  Alpheus""', 
Elam*'^S  Eleazer^-®,  Eleazer"",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
Dec.  4,  1828.  She  married  Augustus  Howe,  who  was  bom  Feb.  16,  1817. 
She  resides  in  Newark,  Ohio. 

Children  : 

7791  Hezekiah  Abbott,  born  Aug.  5,  1846:  died  unmarried. 

7792  Maria  Augusta,  born  May  23,  1849;  married  Philip  D.  Miller,  who 

was  bom  INIarch  2,  1848.  She  died  April  28,  1898.  He  resides 
in  Newark,  Ohio.  Three  children,  Ada  Howe,  born  Nov.  17, 
1874:  married  Feb.  26,  1900,  Charles  F.  Sowersby  and  resides  in 
Chicago,  111. ;  Florence  Eva,  born  Nov.  30,  1877 ;  married  Nov. 
27,  1901,  Judson  Taylor  Lewis  and  resides  in  Newark;  and  Beulah 
Ives,  born  Jan.  17,  1881  ;  died  Oct.  14,  1902. 


Ninth  Geneeation  777 

5195  GEUKGE  JEWETT  ABBOTT  (Kosclla  A.-"'",  Alpheus''""', 
Elani"'',  Eleazer"",  Eleazcr'',  Jcreniiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
Oct.  18,  184^2.  He  married  Dec.  24,  1863,  Julia  C.  Baldwin,  who  was  born 
March  15,  1841.     They  reside  in  Columbus,  Ohio. 

Children: 

7793  George  Franklin,  born  April  \^Z,  1864;  died  in  infancy. 

7794  Henry   Ives,  born   Nov.   30,   1865;   married  July    12,   1898,   Louise 

Herrick,  who  was  horn  Aug.  11,  1872.     They  reside  in  Chicago, 

111.      Two    children,    Mary    Louise,    born    May   ,    1899,    and 

Henr}'  Herrick,  born  May  ,  1901. 

7795  William  Baldwin,  born  March  27,  1868;  married  Clara  Krcuzer,  who 

was  bom  April  24,  1868.  They  reside  in  Columbus.  Two  chil- 
dren, Stella,  born  Jan.  6,  1890,  and  Raymond,  born  Oct.  5,  1892. 

7796  Charles  Walter,  born  Oct.  24,  1870;  died  in  infancy. 

7797  Julia  Anna,  born  April  24,  1872 ;  resides  in  Columbus,  unmarried. 

7798  Edgar   Lawrence,   born   Jan.    19,    1874;    resides    in    Columbus,    un- 

married. 

7799  Mary  Frances,  born  Feb.  24,  1876;  married  July  17,  1900,  James 

H.  Allison,  who  was  born  Aug.  4,  1879.  They  reside  in  Columbus. 
One  child,  James  Newby,  bora  Feb.  27,  1902. 

7800  Royal  Albert,  born  July  13,  1878 ;  resides  in  Columbus,  unmarried. 

7801  Donald  Coleman,  born  July  25,  1880;  resides  in  Columbus,  unmarried. 

7802  Berthold  Baldwin,  bom  Dec.  1,  1884;  resides  in  Columbus. 

7803  Wilber  Roy,  born  April  18,  1888;  resides  in  Columbus. 

5196  LOIS  ALETHA  ABBOTT  (Rosella  A.=°'%  Alphcus^"*, 
Elam"\  Eleazer"®,  Eleazer^",  Jercmiah^^  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  bom 
April  12,  1845.  She  married  Dec.  29,  1864,  Oliver  Prescott  Sook,  who 
was  bom  Oct.  6,  1843.     They  reside  in  Newark,  Ohio. 

Children: 

7804  Joseph  Rollin,  born  May  12,  1866;  married  Dec.  26,  1888,  Flora  T. 

Ball,  who  was  born  Feb.  14,  1867.     They  reside  in  Newark.     Two 
children,  Joseph  Rollin,  born  Doc.  17,  1893,  and  Bcntloy  Prescott, 
bom  Dec.  18,  1892. 

7805  Gertrude,  born  March  27.  1866;  resides  in  Newark,  unmarried. 

7806  Mary  Abbott,  born  Oct.  20,  1873;  married  Oct.  18,  1892,  William 

D.  Sauters,  who  was  born  Nov.  25,  1869.  They  reside  in  Cleve- 
land, Ohio.  Two  children,  Lois  Elizabeth,  born  March  31,  1894, 
and  William  Frederick,  i)orn  June  20.  1897. 

7807  Helen   Olive,   l)orn   May    20,    1875;   married   June   8,   1898,   Arthur 

Wallace   Dean,   who   was   born    April    13.    1875.      They    reside   in 
Cleveland,  Ohio.     Two  children,  Kathrvn  Zoe,  i)orn  April  21,  1899, 
and  Helen  Gertrude,  bom  Nov.  12,  1902. 


778  Jewett  Genealogy 

5198  LUCY  JEWETT  (David  D.'«",  Alpheus"°%  Elara"S  Eleazer"', 
Eleazer^^,  Jeremiah^'*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Newark,  Ohio,  Jan. 

4,  1842.     She  married  there  May  10,  1865,  Charles  D.  Miller.     He  was  born 
Sept.  3,  1836,  and  died  July  24,  1898.     She  died  in  Newark  Jan.  2,  1869. 

Children,  bom  in  Newark,  Ohio: 

7808  Lucy  J.,  bom  March  4,  1866 ;  married  Nov.  6,  1895,  Clifford  Stanley 

Kerr,  who  was  born  Oct.  8,  1867.  They  reside  in  Newark,  where 
he  is  a  successful  merchant. 

7809  Charles  D.,  born  Nov.  17,  1867 ;  married  Maud  M.  Parr.* 

5201  DAVID  CLINTON  JEWETT  (David  D.==«",  Alpheus'*°% 
Elam*",  Elcazer^",  Eleazer'^^  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Newark,  Ohio,  Dec.  19,  1854.  He  married  there  April  29,  1878,  Olive 
Aurelia  Dickson,  who  was  born  April  25,  1853.     They  reside  in  Sioux  Falls, 

5.  D.,  where  he  is  a  member  of  the  firm  of  Jewett  Bros,  and  Jewett.  They 
conduct  a  large  wholesale  business,  dealing  in  groceries,  woodenware,  notions, 
drugs,  citrus,  and  deciduous  fruits,  fish,  and  manufacture  crackers,  doing 
an  aggregate  business  of  two  and  a  half  millions  dollars  a  year.  For  the 
handling  of  this  business  they  have  constructed  some  of  the  finest  buildings 
in  the  state,  having  stores  in  Aberdeen  and  Sioux  Falls,  S.  D.,  and  Sheldon, 
la.  The  firm  of  Jewett  Bros,  and  Jewett  is  not  only  well  known  in  South 
Dakota  but  in  four  other  states  where  their  merchandise  is  sold  and  where 
they  are  represented  by  about  thirty  salesmen.  The  firm  is  composed  of 
David  Clinton  Jewett,  Charles  Alfred  Jewett,  Rollin  Niles  Jewett  and  Harvey 
C.  Jewett. 

Child : 

7810  Fred  Dickson,  born  in  Newark,  Ohio,  Nov.  29,  1880.     He  graduated 

from  the  Law  School  of  the  Wisconsin  State  University  in  the 
class  of  1903  and  is  associated  with  his  father  and  uncles  in  their 
business  in  Sioux  Falls. 

5202  ROLLIN  NILES  JEWETT  (David  D.'«",  Alpheus"°% 
Elam®",  Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Newark,  Ohio,  April  22,  1856.  He  married  in  Sparta,  Wis.,  Sept.  22, 
1885,  Kittie  M.  Lee,  who  was  bom  April  25,  1865.  He  is  a  member  of  the 
firm  of  Jewett  Bros,  and  Jewett  and  resides  in  Aberdeen,  S.  D. 

Children: 

7811  Kenneth  Lee,  born  in  Sparta,  Wis.,  July  3,  1888. 

7812  Donald  Newton,  born  in  Aberdeen,  S.  D.,  Oct.  19,  1890. 

7813  Robert  Rollin,  bom  in  Aberdeen,  S.  D.,  Jan.  7,  1893. 

7814  David  William,  bom  in  Aberdeen,  S.  D.,  Sept.  17,  1898. 

5204  HARVEY     CHASE     JEWETT     (David     D."",     Alpheus"*'% 


Ninth  Generation  779 

Elam®^',  Eleazer"",  Elcazcr'",  Jcremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Newark,  Ohio,  Aug.  5,  1863.  He  married  in  Wheeling,  W.  Va.,  Feb.  18, 
1886,  Kate  P.  Kennedy,  who  was  born  June  22,  1863.  He  is  a  member  of 
the  firm  of  Jewett  Bros,  and  Jewett  and  resides  in  Aberdeen,  S.  D. 

Ch  ildren : 

7815  Lucille  Angela,  born  in  Wheeling,  W.  Va.,  Jan.  8,  1887. 

7816  Helen  Marie,  born  in  Aberdeen,  S.  D.,  July  24,  1888. 

7817  Harvey  C,  bom  in  Aberdeen,  S.  1).,  July  7,  1895. 

7818  Catherine  Pauline,  born  in  Al)erdcen,  S.  D.,  Oct.  5,  1898;  died  Feb. 

14.,  1899. 

5206  JAMES  ]MOSLEY  JEWETT  (David  D.-°",  Alpheus'*"', 
EIam'''S  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph^  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Newark,  Ohio,  Dec.  9,  1864.  He  married  in  Ipswich,  S.  D.,  Aug.  30, 
1886,  Elinor  Jane  Owens.  She  was  bom  in  Liverpool,  England,  May  5, 
1867,  and  died  in  Ipswich,  Dec.  31,  1889.  For  a  number  of  years  Mr. 
Jewett  conducted  a  retail  grocery  in  Ipswich,  and  later  became  connected 
with  a  large  shoe  house  in  Chicago,  111.,  where  he  remained  until  his  health 
failed,  which  forced  him  to  travel  in  different  sections  of  the  country  for 
five  vears.  His  search  for  health  was  unsuccessful  and  he  returned  to  Sioux 
Falls,  where  he  died  Aug.  15,  1899.  His  remains  with  those  of  his  wife  are 
buried  in  the  family  lot  in  Newark. 

Child: 

7819  Sara  Ethel,  bom  in  Ipswich,  S.  D.,  Dec.  24,  1887;  resides  in  Sioux 

Falls,  S.  D. 

5208  ALBERT  ROLLIN  CLEARMAN  (Samantha  P.-''",  Alpheus"", 
Elam'",  Eleazer"',  Eleazer^^,  Jcrcmiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
Nov.  30,  1841.  He  married  Oct.  6,  1869,  Sara  Maria  Ives,  who  was  bom 
Nov.  2,  1847.     Mr.  Clearman  died  Sept.  15,  1880. 

Children : 

7820  George  Merchant,  bom  Oct.  5,  1870;  married  Nov.  16,  1892,  Esther 

Summerhays,  who  was  bom  July  17,  1873.  They  reside  in  Iowa 
City,  la.  Four  children,  William  Ray,  born  Nov.  16,  1894; 
Harold  Albert,  born  July  7,  1896;  Stella  Louise,  born  June  20, 
1898;  and  Rollin  Leslie,  bom  May  23,  1899. 

7821  Harriet  Maria,  bom  Feb.  4,  1872.  ' 

7822  Rollin  Ives,  born  Sept.  9,  1877. 

5211  LEWIS  ABRAM  CLEARMAN  (Samantha  P.=»",  Alpheus'"', 
Elam"',    Eloazer"",    Eleazer",    Jeremiah'",    Joseph*,    Edward'),    was    born 


780  Jewett  Genealogy 

Oct.  19,  1847.     He  married  Sept.  21,  1870,  Isabella  Harriet  Lloyd,  who  was 
bom  June  28,  1852. 

Children : 

7823  Frederick   William,   born    Sept.    1,    1871;    married   Nov.    16,    1899, 

Annie  Donaldson,  who  was  born  March  3,  1879.  They  reside  in 
Gray  Bull,  Wyo.  Two  children,  Louise  Harriet,  bom  April  10, 
1901,  and  Louis  Donaldson,  born  July  23,  1903. 

7824  Rollin  Aujrustus,  born  Aug.  2,  1873;  married  Aug.  10,  1898,  Jennie 

Isabel  Fountain,  who  was  born  Nov.  6,  1871,  and  died  Sept.  24, 
1903.  He  resides  in  Gray  Bull,  Wyo.  Two  children,  Esther 
Isabel,  born  Feb.  8,  1901,  and  Frances  Alberta,  born  April  24, 
1903. 

7825  Lewis  Charles  Wade,  born  Dec.  1,  1875.     Residence,  Iowa  City,  la. 

7826  Albert  Edward,  bom  April  24,   1879;  married  Iva   Corel  Stouffer, 

who  was  born  July  1,  1882.     They  reside  in  Gray  Bull,  Wyo. 

7827  Wilfred  Jewett,  born  July  7,  1881. 

7828  Louise  Isabella,  bom  April  9,  1884. 

7829  Cornelia  Adelaide,  born  Feb.  19,  1887. 

5213  THO  DE  CONDRESS  CLEARMAN  (Samantha  P.''"*,  Al- 
pheus"•'^  Elam^'S  Eleazer''%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
born  Dec.  14,  1851.  He  married  Nov.  4,  1881,  Laura  Jane  Talbot,  who 
was  bom  May  3,  1863.     They  reside  in  Greenleaf,  Kan. 

Children : 

7830  Jessie  May,  born  Dec.  7,  1883. 

7831  Albert  Richard,  bom  April  18,  1886. 

7832  Hubert  Thomas,  bom  Feb.  25,  1888. 

5219  ANN  ALETHA  JEWETT  (Henry^«^%  Alpheus""%  Elam«", 
Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  Aug.  25, 
1852.  She  married  Oct.  15,  1882,  Joseph  W.  Donovan,  who  was  born 
Feb.  25,  1847.     They  reside  in  Reynoldsburg,  Ohio. 

Children : 

7833  Dariington,  bora  July  29,  1883. 

7834  Osa  Jane,  born  July  3,  1888. 

7835  Clifford  Jewett,  bom  March  9,  1890. 

5222  IDA  JANE  JEWETT  (Henry''''",  Alpheus""',  Elam«",  Elea- 
zer"%  Eleazer^%  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  Dec.  20,  1861. 
She  married  Sept.  10,  1891,  James  Connell,  who  was  bom  Oct.  10,  1865. 
They  reside  in  Reynoldsburg,  Ohio. 

Children: 

7836  Effie  Maria,  bom  March  15,  1892. 

7837  Helen  Jane,  bom  Aug.  23,  1894. 


Ninth  Generation  781 

7838  Ruth,  born  Nov.  15,  1897. 

7839  Margaret,  bom  Feb.  10,  1902. 

5223  ZETTA  NOURSE  JEWETT  (Henry=''=%  Alpheus^*°%  Elarn"", 
Eleazer-'-%  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah",  JosephS  Edward'),  was  born  June  28, 
1863.  She  married  March  4,  1893,  Charles  L.  Graliam,  who  was  born  Oct. 
27,  1856.     They  reside  in  Rcynoldsburg,  Ohio. 

Child  rc7i: 

7840  Nina,  horn  Nov.  22,  1893. 

7841  Kitty,  born  March  24,  1895. 

7842  Charles,  bom  April  28,  1900. 

5227  FRANCES  CASE  DENNIS  (Ann^'",  Alpheus"°%  Elam"S 
Eleazer"'',  Eleazer'*,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  Sept.  16, 
1849.  She  married  Sept.  16,  1867,  William  L.  Thomas,  who  was  born  June 
8,  1838.     They  reside  in  Richmond,  Ind. 

Child: 

7843  Susan,   born    Oct.    10,    1868;   married    Sept.    26,    1887,   Horace   L. 

Dickinson.  Four  children,  Elmer  L.,  born  Feb.  18,  1888;  Harriet 
A.,  bora  Oct.  11,  1889;  Frances  Alice,  bom  Sept.  30,  1891 ;  and 
Edna  J.,  born  Sept.  18,  1893. 

5234  FRANK  W.  VORHTES  (Sarah  S."»",  Alpheus"''%  Elam"\ 
Eleazer"",  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  April  17, 
1858.  Ho  married  June  22,  1886,  Margaret  M.  Huntzinger,  who  was  born 
April  16.  1863.     They  reside  in  Fairfield,  la. 

Children: 

7844  Raymond,  born  May  12,  1888. 

7845  Harold,  bom  April  11,  1891. 

5236  KITTY  A.  VORHIES  (Sarah  S."'%  Alpheus'*"",  Elam"\ 
Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  Oct.  2,  1866. 
She  married  April  27,  1892,  John  G.  Spielman.  who  was  bom  Jan.  2,  1863. 
They  reside  in  Chicago,  111. 

Children: 

7846  Dorothy  M.,  born  Oct.  7,  1895. 

7847  John  Van  V.,  born  June  20,  1899. 

5240  ETTA  M.  JEWETT  (Nathan^",  Alpheus"<*»,  Elam"", 
Eloazcr"",  Elcazcr",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  Feb.  4,  1872. 
She  married  Feb.  26,  1890,  Earl  G.  Shull,  who  was  bom  in  1866.  They 
reside  in  Chariton,  la. 


782  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

7848  Lyle  C,  born  Oct.  13,  1890. 

7849  Ruth  Aletha,  born  Oct.  28,  1895. 


87X 


5243  JANE  ELIZABETH  PARKER  (John==''='%  Betsey"",  Elam 
Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  East  Berk- 
shire, Vt.  She  married  there  Dec.  25,  1861,  Hudson  Champhn  Ward,  who 
was  bom  in  1830  and  died  in  1897.     They  Hved  in  Columbus,  Ohio. 

Child: 

7850  Henry  Parker,  born  in  Zanesville,  Ohio,  Sept.  22,  1865 ;  married  in 

Columbus,  Ohio,  Nov.  17,  1890,  by  Rev.  John  Rusk,  Carolyn 
Adelia  Pocock,  daughter  of  Gen.  Edgar  J.  and  Mary  Abigail 
(Hunt)  Pocock.  She  was  born  in  Bloomfield,  Ohio,  Jan.  17,  1868. 
They  reside  in  Columbus,  where  Mr.  Ward  is  a  printer  and  pub- 
lisher. He  has  been  a  member  of  the  Ohio  National  Guard  for  ten 
years  and  a  Major  in  the  same  for  five  years.  He  is  junior  War- 
den and  Choir  leader  of  St.  John's  Episcopal  Church.  One  child, 
Dorothy,  bom  in  Columbus,  Nov.  23,  1893. 

5246  CHARLES  DELAVAN  PARKER  (John=^''%  Betsey"", 
Elam"S  Eleazer''%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
Aug.  19,  1844.  He  married  July  6,  1876,  his  cousin,  Abby  Frances  Comings 
(see  5256),  and  died  Sept.  30,  1894.     His  widow  resides  in  St.  Paul,  Minn. 

Children : 

7851  Isabel,  born  May  13,  1877. 

7852  Edward  C,  bom  Aug.  4,  1881. 

7853  John,  born ,  1891. 

5254  MARY  SAREPTA  COMINGS  (Benjamin^^S  Betsey"", 
Elam*"",  Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Greenboro,  Vt.,  Oct.  12,  1844.  She  married  in  Oberlin,  Ohio,  Aug.  30, 
1871,  Cornelius  Beach  Bradley,  son  of  Rev.  Dr.  Dan  Beach  and  Emilie 
(Royce)  Bradley  of  Bangkok,  Siam.     They  reside  in  Berkeley,  Cal. 

Children: 

7854  Bertha  Theresa,  bom  Dec.  15,  1872. 

7855  Harold  Cornelius,  born  Nov.  25,  1878. 


2934  T>„4. 4*10 


5255  GEORGE  FISHER  COMINGS  (Benjamin^'*,  Betsey 
Elam"',  Eleazer"%  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
March  18,  1849.  He  married  in  Barre,  Vt.,  Oct.  12,  1874,  Emma  Currier. 
They  reside  in  Eau  Claire,  Wis. 


Ninth  Generation  783 

Children: 

7856  Mary  Huntington,  born  in  St.  Joseph,  Mich.,  Sept.  3,  1877. 

7857  Ahce  Tcnney,  born  in  St.  Joseph,  Mich.,  Nov.  23,  1879. 

7858  Ellen  C'opohmd,  bom  in  St.  Joseph,  Mich.,  Oct.  29,  1881. 

7859  Benjamin,  born  April  7,  1883. 

7860  Francis,  born  March  25,  1885. 

7861  George,  bom  . 

7862  Willard,  born  . 

5276  MIFFLIN     MORRIS      (Anna*"*",     Margaret''^",     Thaddcus'", 

Caleb^**,    Elcazer^",   Jcrcniiah''',    Joscph%    Edward^),   was   born    .      He 

married and  had  a  son: 

7863  Silas  Gary,  born  Oct.  19,  1850;  married  Dec.  23,  1874,  Phoebe  A. 

Conard.    She  was  born  March  26,  1850,  and  died  Feb.  24,  1887. 

Their  children: 

I  Anthony  C,  bom  Nov.  11,  1875. 

II  Edward  S.,  born  Aug.  28,  1877. 
Ill  Margaret,  bom  April  28,  1879. 
IV  Henry  C,  born  Dec.  4,  1880. 

V  Elizabeth  W.,  born  Sept.  16,  1882. 
VI  J.  Carrell,  born  Jan.  24,  1887. 

6277  JOSHUA  HUSBAND  MORRIS  (Anna'"",  Margaret^"",  Thad- 
deus"*,     Caleb"^     Eleazer^%    Jeremiah^",    Joseph^     Edward'),    was     bom 

.      He   married  first,  Anna  Morris   Wister,   daughter   of  Thomas   and 

Elizabeth  (Morris)  Wister.     Married  second,  Elizabeth  Stokes,  daughter  of 
Dr.  John  and  Tabitha  (Jenkins)  Stokes. 

Children  by  first  wife: 

7864  Elizabeth  R.,  bom  May  30,  1849;  married  Sept.  13,  1871,  Dillwyn 

Wister,  who  was  born  Oct.  4,  1844,  son  of  Bartholomew  Wyatt 
and  Annabelle  Elliott  (Crcsson)  Wister.  Three  children,  Anna- 
belle  Cresson,  bom  Aug.  26,  1872;  married  Feb.  17,  1897,  Horatio 
Curtis  Wood,  son  of  John  B.  and  Lydia  Cope  (Collins)  Wood; 
Edith.  i)orn  March  10,  1874;  married  Oct.  15,  1896,  William 
Marriott  Canby,  Jr.,  son  of  William  Marriott  and  Edith  (Dillon) 
Canby;  and  Joshua  Morris,  born  Dec.  6,  1879. 

7865  William^  Canby,  born  Feb.  26,  1856;  died  March  8,  1856. 

Children  bi/  second  rnfe: 

7866  Joshua  Husband,  born  June  30,  1H72;  dio<l  July  16,  1872. 

7867  John    Stokes,  born   June   24,   1873;   married   May   23,   1894,   Mary 


784  Jewett  Genealogy 

Eastbourne  Fox,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Harriet  (Brown)  Fox 
of  Philadelphia.     One  child,  Ruth,  bom  Jan.  29,  1896. 

7868  Anna  Stokes,  born  Aug.  28,  1879. 

5278  CHARLES  WISTER  MORRIS  (Anna-*'\  Margaret"'%  Thad- 
deus*^*,  Caleb"^,  Eleazer^^,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
.     He  married  and  had  a  son : 

7869  Anthony   Paschal,   born    in    1849;   married   March   3,   1873,   Emma 

Theresa  Van  Hook. 

Their  children: 
I  Eleanor  Paschal,  born  in  1873;  died  in  1874. 
II  Anthony  Paul,  born  May  21,  1875. 
Ill  Virginia  Sherrett,  bom  April  28,  1879. 

5279  SARAH      MORRIS       (Anna^'^'S      Margaret"",      Thaddeus"", 

Caleb^^*,   Eleazer^",   Jeremiah^^,   Joseph*,   Edward^),   was   born   .      She 

married  Henry  Haviland,  who  was  bom  June  15,  1827. 

Children: 

7870  Anthony  M.,  bom  Aug.  10,  1853;  died  March  17,  1855. 

7871  Anna  M.,  bom  Jan.  1,  1857;  died  Aug.  21,  1863. 

7872  Maria,  born  Jan.  2,  1859;  died  Aug.  23,  1863. 

7873  Henry  Morris,  born  Jan.  5,  1863;  married  June  18,  1896,  in  New 

York  City,  Susan  Borden  Hance,  daughter  of  •Benjamin  Borden 
Hance.  One  child,  Margaret,  bom  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  4, 
1897. 

7874  Margaret  N.,  bom  Aug.  23,  1865 ;  died  July  25,  1891. 

5296  JAMES  BELKNAP  JEWETT  (Thomas  L.'«",  John"''",  Thad- 
deus*®*,  Caleb"^^  Eleazer'^^,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
Feb.  3,  1838.  He  married  Dec.  21,  1864,  Fanny  Bryden.  She  died  Dec.  10, 
1865.  He  married  second,  April  23,  1868,  Elizabeth  C.  Johnson,  who  was 
bom  April  30,  1838,  daughter  of  Jacob  and  Elizabeth  (Fox)  Johnson. 

Child  hy  -first  wife: 

7875  Fanny  Bryden,  bom  Dec.  9,  1865. 

Children  hy  second  wife: 

7876  Ann  Eliza,  bom  March  22,  1869. 

7877  Thomas  Lightfoot,  born  Dec.  21,  1872;  married  Alice  Beard.* 

7878  Elizabeth  Johnson,  born  July  11,  1874. 

7879  James  Judge  (twin),  born  Dec.  27,  1876;  married  in  Casper,  Wyo., 

June  12,  1907,  Bertha  Barbara  Goetzmann.  They  reside  in  River- 
ton,  Wyo. 


Ninth  Generation  785 

7880  Morris  Belknup   (twin),  born  Dec.  5^7,  1876. 

5298  NORA  BELLE  JEWETT  (Thomas  L.-"",  John'*-'",  Thud- 
deus°**,  Caleb"**,  Eleazcr'-,  Jerciniiili''',  Joseph^  Edward'),  was  born 
July  2,  1846.  She  married  Jan.  21,  1868,  Charles  Hallowell.  He  died  and 
she  married  Dec.  13,  1878,  Joel  Benedict  Erhardt.  They  reside  in  New 
York  City. 

Child  bif  first   husband: 

7881  Thomas  Jewctt,  born  Dec.  28,  1868;  married  in  New  Bedford,  Mass., 

June    15,    1907,   Marion    Slocum,   daughter   of   Francis   Ricketson 
Slocum. 

Childrfu  bi/  second  husband: 

7882  Lois  Benedict,  born  Oct.  4,  1879;  died  Eeb.  4,  1881. 

7883  Isabel  Jewctt,  born  Aug.  16,  1881 ;  married  Lee. 

7884  Antoinette  Jewett,  born  July  7,  1884. 

5299  ANNA  JEWETT  (Thomas  L.^"",  John"=-'",  Thaddeus""*, 
Caleb"^  Eleazcr",  Jeremiah'",  Joseph',  Edward'),  was  bom  July  17,  1848. 
She  married  July  26,  1877,  Charles  Convers  Goddard,  whc  was  bom  March 
26,  1836,  son  of  Charles  Backus  and  Harriet  Monro  (Convers)  Goddard. 
They  reside  in  Gambler,  Ohio. 

Children: 

7885  Alice  Gordon,  bom  Oct.  10,  1878. 

7886  Convers,  bora  ^larch  29,  1881. 

7887  Thomas  Jewett,  bom  Aug.  20,  1882. 

5800  SUSANNA  JUDGE  JEWETT  (Thomas  L.'"",  John"=°,  Thad- 
deus"",  Caleb"S  Elcazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Philadelphia,  Pa.,  Feb.  29,  1851.  She  married  there  Oct.  15,  1873,  Franc 
Ogilvy  Wood,  who  was  born  in  Montreal,  Canada,  in  1847,  son  of  David 
Russ  Wood.  They  resided  in  Montreal  and  later  in  Colorado  Springs,  Col., 
where  she  died  July  31,  1888.  Mr.  Wood  is  a  mining  engineer  in  Los 
Angeles,   Cal. 

Children,  born  in  Montreal,  Canada: 

7888  Franc  Jewett,  born  Aug.  28,  1874;  died  in  Colorado  Springs,  Col., 

Juno  20,  1895. 

7889  David   Russ,   born    Nov.    16,   1875;   married    in   Terre   Haute,    Ind., 

Aj)ri]  13,  1904,  Mary  DcFreost  Foster,  who  was  born  in  Brazil, 
Ind.,  Jan.  18,  1877,  daughter  of  Albert  Zabriskie  and  Sarah  Eliza- 
beth (Manville)  Foster.  They  reside  in  Terre  Haute,  where  Mr. 
Wood  h  a  manufacturer  and  merchant.  One  child,  Ali)crt  Za- 
briskie Foster,  born  in  Tern-  Hmitf  April  2,  lOO.'). 

5302  M.VRV  JAMi:S  JEWETT  (James  J."*\  John'"^  Thad- 
dcus""*,     Caleb"',    Eleazer",     Jeremiah'\    Joseph*,     Edward'),     was     born 


786  Jewett  Genealogy 

in  Burks  Co.,  Pa.,  Oct.  12,  1832.  She  married  in  Baltimore,  Md.,  July  8, 
1852,  Joseph  Turner,  who  was  born  Sept.  7,  1831,  son  of  Joseph  and  Re- 
becca (St.  Clair)  Turner.     He  was  a  merchant,  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War, 

and  died  in  New  Orleans,  La.,  Aug.  ,  1865.      She  died  in  Pittsburg, 

Pa.,  Jan.  3,  1907 ;  buried  in  the  Hicksite  Cemetery,  Darlington,  Md. 

Child: 
7890     James  Jewett,  bom  in  Baltimore  Co.,  Md.,  April  7,  1853;  married 
(1st)  Anna  S.  Robinson;  (2d)  Nellie  Churchman.* 

5308  COL.  JOHN  ELLIS  JEWETT  (Hugh  Jr''',  John"^",  Thad- 
deus®^*,  Caleb"%  Eleaze^^^  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  St.  Clairsville,  Ohio,  June  17,  18-il.  He  married  Emma  Stevens,  who 
died  in  Kansas  City,  Kan.,  Sept.  19,  1875.  He  married  second,  Bessie 
Jacobs. 

Col.  Jewett  was  of  varied  acquirements  and  brilliant  parts  and  had 
the  advantages  of  an  excellent  education.  While  he  was  a  student  at  the 
Ohio  Wesleyan  University,  at  Delaware,  Ohio,  the  Civil  War  broke  out  and 
he  enlisted  in  the  3d  Ohio  Infantry.  On  Jul}-  23,  1861,  he  was  commissioned 
1st  Lieutenant  and  transferred  to  the  23d  O.  V.  I.  He  was  detailed  for  duty 
on  the  staff  of  Gen.  Rosecrans  and  arrived  at  the  scene  of  war  in  Virffinia 
July  27,  1861.  Here  he  was  badly  wounded,  but  upon  recovery  immedi- 
ately applied  for  active  service,  and  was  transferred  on  Nov.  1,  1861,  to 
the  78th  O.  V.  I.,  as  Acting  Regimental  Adjutant.  Shortly  after  he  was 
detailed  for  staff  duty  under  Gen.  Leggett,  with  whom  he  served  in  the  cam- 
paign of  Pittsburg  Landing,  Corinth,  and  Vicksburg,  under  Gen.  Grant. 
He  was  with  Gen.  Sherman  in  the  South  during  the  early  part  of  his  famous 
March  to  the  Sea,  commanding  an  advance  guard  of  250  picked  mounted 
men  as  far  as  Atlanta,  when  he  was  taken  sick  and  sent  home  to  recruit. 
He  next  conveyed  a  detachment  of  Prisoners  of  War  to  Chicago.  At  this 
time  he  received  a  commission  as  Captain  in  the  regular  army  and  was  as- 
signed to  duty  on  Gen.  McDowell's  staff  as  additional  Aide  de  Camp.  At 
the  battle  of  Fredericksburg  his  horse  was  shot  under  him  but  he  escaped 
injury. 

He  was  in  the  battle  of  the  Wilderness  and  other  decisive  enffas-ements. 
On  March  12,  1865,  he  was  appointed  Lieutenant  Colonel  of  the  193d 
O.  V.  I.,  and  in  this  rank  was  in  command  of  the  post  at  Winchester,  Va., 
at  the  close  of  the  war.  It  is  said  that  he  was  the  youngest  officer  in 
the  Union  Army  in  command  of  a  regiment,  being  then  only  24  years  of 
age.    His  last  active  service  was  in  the  Shenandoah  Valley  campaign. 

His  military  career  was  very  active  and  won  the  admiration  of  all  who 
were  associated  with  him.  He  seemed  to  be  a  born  soldier  and  the  require- 
ments of  that  life  presented  no  difficulties  to  him.  At  the  end  of  the  war 
he  was  offered  a  commission  in  the  regular  army,  which  he  declined  in  order 
to  study  law.     He  was  admitted  to  the  bar  in  Baltimore,  then  went  to  Kansas 


Ninth  Generation  787 

City,  where  he  practiced  in  the  Kansas  and  Missouri  Courts.  He  removed 
to  Lawrence,  Kan.,  in  1881,  where  he  died  Oct.  13,  1895;  buried  in  Law- 
rence. He  was  a  member  of  Masonic  Lodge,  No.  6;  of  Washington  Post, 
G.  A.  R.,  and  the  Mihtary  Order  of  the  Loyal  Legion.  His  widow  resides 
in  Chicago,  Ilh 

Child  by  prst  wife: 

7891  Ellis  Stevens,  born  in  Kansas  City,  Kan.,  Sept.   19,  1875;  died  in 

Zanesville,  Ohio,  Oct.  4,  1875. 

Children  by  second  wife: 

7892  Child,  born ;  died  young. 

7893  George  Ellis,  born   Nov.   5,   1877;   married  July   22,   1902,  Louise 

Pratt  of  Hartford,  Conn.,  who  was  born  July  22,  1876,  daughter 
of  James  Church  and  Jennie  A.  (Peck)  Pratt.  They  reside  in 
Chicago,  111.     One  child,  William  Kcnnon,  bom  July  23,  1904. 

5310  GEORGE  MANYPENNY  JEWETT  (Hugh  J.-'"'%  John"'°, 
Thaddeus^®*,  Caleb""^,  Eleazer'",  Jeremiah^'',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  St.  Clairsville,  Ohio,  March  23,  184'5.  He  married  in  Zanesville,  Ohio, 
May  4.  1868,  Helen  M.  Applegatc,  who  was  born  in  Zanesville  March  3, 
1849.  daughter  of  Daniel  and  Margaret  J.   (Morrow)   Applegate. 

Mr.  Jewett  was  educated  at  the  Pennsylvania  Military  Academy  at 
Chester.  Pa.,  and  at  the  U.  S.  IMilitary  Academy  at  West  Point.  A  physical 
disability  from  which  he  had  suffered  since  childhood  made  it  impossible 
for  him  to  undergo  the  severities  of  the  routine  and  discipline  at  the  latter 
place,  so  he  resigned  before  completing  the  course — in  his  graduating  year. 

He  married  in  1868  and  went  to  Reno,  Kan.,  to  acquire  a  practical 
knowledge  of  farming  on  a  ranch  belonging  to  his  father.  Two  years  later, 
returning  to  Zanesville,  Ohio,  he  established  the  "  Fair  Oaks  "  Stock  Farm, 
and  acquired  a  national  reputation  as  a  breeder  of  trotting  horses  and  Jersey 
cattle.  He  became  prominent  in  Ohio  politics ;  and  although  he  never  held 
office,  his  judgment  was  valued  in  counsel  and  he  was  constantly  busied  with 
problems  of  party  management  and  organization,  as  Committeeman  and 
Delegate  to  conventions,  including  the  National  Conventions.  In  1886  he 
abandoned  his  stock  breeding  enterprises  and  removed  to  Maryland,  to  be 
near  his  father,  who  had  just  retired  from  the  Presidency  of  the  Erie  Rail- 
road and  was  striving  to  renew  life  and  youth  amid  the  surroiuidings  of  his 
boyhood,  at  "  Lansdowne,"  Md. 

Mr.  Jewett's  political  friends  urged  him  to  reconsider  his  decision  to 
leave  Ohio  just  at  the  time  when  his  political  future  seemed  so  bright,  and 
as  an  overwhelming  inducement  assured  him  that  he  could  have  the  Demo- 
cratic nomination  for  Governor  if  he  would  remain.  He  was  proof  against 
temptation;  his  desire  to  help  cheer  the  declining  years  of  his  father,  from 
whom  he  had  long  been  separated  and  to  whom  he  was  devotedly  attached, 
outweighing  his  personal  ambitions. 


788  Jewett  Genealogy 

It  may  be  noted  here  that  Mr.  Hoadly,  who  received  the  Democratic 
nomination  alluded  to,  was  elected  Governor,  making  Mr.  Jewett's  sacrifice 
notable  in  these  latter  days  where  filial  impiety  is  the  rule. 

His  political  qualifications  were  not  unrecognized  in  his  new  surround- 
ings, for  in  1896  he  was  the  Democratic  nominee  for  Congress  in  the  2d 
Maryland  District — honorably  following  in  his  father's  footsteps,  a  leader 
of  forlorn  hopes  in  a  party  crisis. 

In  1890  his  hearing  became  affected,  and  this  affliction,  increasing  yearly, 
proved  a  great  handicap  to  one  who  had  been  engaged  in  so  many  different 
fields: — an  organizer  of  business  and  railroad  enterprises,  a  promoter  of 
mining  and  industrial  development,  a  student  of  politics  and  sociology.  His 
library  is  to  him  a  constant  solace  since  his  enforced  withdrawal  from  the 
activities  of  life,  and  divides  his  attention  with  the  various  agricultural  prob- 
lems arising  upon  the  old  family  estate,  "  Lansdowne,"  where  with  his  family 
he  resides  the  greater  part  of  every  year. 

Child: 

7894  Hugh  Judge,  born  in  Zanesville,  Ohio,  Aug.  22,  1869 ;  married  Anne 

VanLent  Ingraham.* 

5313  HELEN  PAMELIA  JEWETT  (Hugh  Jr''',  John^*^",  Thad- 
deus*''^  Caleb"^  Eleazer",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Zanesville,  Ohio,  Aug.  19,  1858.  She  married  April  14,  1888,  Thomas 
Hunt,  who  was  born  in  New  Orleans,  La.,  May  16,  1855,  son  of  William 
H.  and  Elizabeth  Augusta  (Ridgely)  Hunt.  They  reside  in  Tivoli,  N.  Y., 
where  Mr.  Hunt  is  a  lawyer. 

Children: 

7895  Hugh   Jewett,  bom   in   New   York   City,   Feb.   9,   1889;   died   there 

Nov.  23,  1890. 

7896  Thomas,  born  in  New  York  City,  Nov.  10,  1891 ;  died  in  New  Ro- 

chelle,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  31,  1892. 

5314  SARAH  GUTHRIE  JEWETT  (Hugh  J.'''\  John"'",  Thad- 
deus*'*,  Caleb"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah'',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Zanesville,  Ohio,  March  18,  1862.  She  married  in  New  York  City  April 
24,  1889,  Julian  Wainwright  Robbins,  who  was  born  in  New  York  in  1856, 
son  of  George  Appleton  and  Julia  (Wainwright)  Robbins.  They  reside  in 
New  York,  where  Mr.  Robbins  is  a  banker. 

Children,  horn  in  New  York  City: 

7897  Sarah  Jewett,  born  May  15,  1890. 

7898  Julia  Wainwright.  bora  Sept.  15,  1894. 

5315  FREDERICKA  MARIA  JOHNS  (Anne  Wr''*,  John"=%  Thad- 
deus"**,     Caleb"*,    Elcazer",    Jeremiah",    Joseph*,    Edward'),     was     bom 


Ninth  Generation  789 

Sept.  5,  1848.     She  married  Feb.  20,  1871,  Duiiitl  Ilurdy  uiui  died  March 
3,  1891. 

Children: 

7899  Stephen  Stuart,  horn  .Ian.   .1,   \H1'2:  married  Sept.  27,  1892,  Mary 

Acton  French.  Two  children,  Stephen  Stuart  and  Margaret 
Johns. 

7900  Daniel  Jewett,  bom  Oct.   17,   1873;  married  Aug.   14,   1898,   Lulu 

Alexander,  who  was  bom  in  Farininfrton,  Mo.,  Aug.  7,  1878.  One 
child,  Margaret  Ann,  born  in  Alalosa,  Col.,  Jan.  6,  1906;  died  the 
same  day- 

7901  Edward  Judge,  bom  Sept.  19,  1875 ;  married  Dec. ,  1898,  Nettie 

Ober.     Two  children,  Edward  Ober  and  Ezra  William. 

7902  William  Card,  born  June  10,  1880;  died  June  23,  1881. 

7903  Joseph  Jewett,  born  Sept.  ,  1881  ;  died  Oct.  8,  1890. 

7904  Ralph  Chase,  born  Sept.  21,   1883. 

7905  Carl  Hcrron,  born  July  ,  1887;  died  Nov.  ,  1887. 

5327  ANNIE  C.  JEWETT  (Daniel  R.^^"",  Stephen  ^V,  Alphcus"*", 
Caleb"**,  Eleazer^*,  Jeremiah''',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Kendall, 
N.  Y.,  July  22,  1863.  She  married  there  Jan.  16,  1890,  Robert  Burke,  who 
was  born  in  Goderick,  Canada,  Sept.  1,  1860,  son  of  Jolm  and  Eliza  Ann 
(Johnson)  Burke.     They  reside  in  Kendall,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Kendall,  X.   Y.: 

7906  Laura  A.,  born  Jan.  19,  1892. 

7907  Garry  Richman,  born  Aug.   13,  1895. 

5328  SARAH  MAUDE  JEWETT  (John""'',  Stephen  S."-°,  Al- 
phcus'*°,  Caleb"®,  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah'",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Leavenworth,  Kan.,  Feb.  12,  1862.  She  married  in  Linwood,  Kan.,  June  13, 
1880,  William  James  Kelly,  who  was  born  in  Pittsburg,  Pa.,  Nov.  28,  1858, 
son  of  James  and  Isabella  (May)  Kelly.  They  reside  in  Pomeroy,  Wash., 
where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Pomeroy,  Woksh.,  except  firat : 

7908  Julia   Gertrude,   })()rn    in   Linwood,   Kan.,   June   4,   1881.      She   is   a 

graduate  nurse.      Residence,   Pomeroy. 

7909  Gladys  Maude,  bom  June  21,  1883.     Is  a  teacher  in  Pomeroy. 

7910  Ethclyn  Ellen,  born  March  10,  1885.     Is  a  teacher  in  Pomeroy. 

7911  John  William,  born  Sept.  6,  1887;  died  Nov.  27,  1888. 

7912  Benjamin  Jewett,  born  Sept.  29,  1893. 

7913  Don  Elsworth,  bom  June  11,  1896. 

5329  GARRY  Wn.LIAM  JEWETT  (John="'',  Stephen  S."", 
Alpheus*™,  Caleb"",  Eleazcr^^  Jeremiah'*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in 


790  .  Jewett  Genealogy 

Leavenworth,  Kan.,  May  1,  1868.  He  married  in  Pomeroy,  Wash.,  Dec.  29, 
1897,  Ella  Jewell  Darby  (correctly  spelled  Darbee),  who  was  born  in  Hunne- 
well.  Mo.,  Aug.  23,  1876,  daughter  of  James  Armstrong  and  Martha  Isabella 
(Cox)  Darby. 

When  a  child  Mr.  Jewett's  parents  moved  to  a  farm  near  Linwood, 
Kan.,  where  the  family  lived  until  1884,  when  they  emigrated  to  Garfield 
Co.,  Territory  of  Washington. 

His  education  was  obtained  in  the  common  schools  of  Kansas  and  Wash- 
ington, and  Whitman  College  at  Walla  Walla  and  the  University  at  Seattle, 
Wash. 

For  a  number  of  years  he  w^as  a  teacher  in  the  country  schools  of 
Garfield  Co.,  and  in  the  city  schools  of  Pataha  City,  where  he  held  the 
position  of  principal. 

In  1892  he  commenced  the  study  of  law  in  the  office  of  M.  F.  Gose, 
at  Pomeroy,  and  was  admitted  to  practice  in  June,  1894.  At  the  election 
in  the  following  fall  he  was  elected  prosecuting  attorney  and  was  re-elected 
in  1896,  when  his  party  was  largely  in  the  minority.  He  is  actively  engaged 
in  the  duties  of  his  profession  and  has  a  good  practice. 

In  lodge  circles  he  is  prominent,  having  been  at  various  times  a  member 
of  the  grand  lodges  of  the  K.  of  P.,  Redmen,  and  the  F.  of  A.  He  acted  as 
the  chairman  of  the  judiciary  committee  of  the  Redmen  of  Washington 
and  the  funeral  law  and  forms  now  in  force  and  used  by  that  lodge  are 
largely,  if  not  absolutely,  as  prepared  by  him.  He  is  now  chairman  of  the 
judiciary  committee  of  the  F.  of  A.  of  Washington,  and  the  present  con- 
stitution and  general  law  of  the  State  of  Washington  was  adopted  in  1905 
after  revision  by  the  committee,  and  in  August,  1905,  he  was  a  delegate 
to  the  Supreme  Lodge  of  that  order,  which  met  in  Buffalo,  where  he  was  a 
member  of  one  of  the  most  important  committees  which  was  appointed  to 
investigate  charges  of  fraud  in  connection  with  the  election  of  one  of  the 
Supreme  Chief  Rangers  of  the  order. 

He  resides  in  Pomeroy,  Wash. 

Child: 
7914*     John,  bom  in  Pomeroy,  Wash.,  June  1,  1903. 

6341  GRACE  BAYLEY  JEWETT  (Jacob  B.""%  Nathan  H.'*", 
Alpheus^^®,  Caleb"^^,  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah^"^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y.,  July  17,  1853.  She  married  there  Dec.  20,  1876, 
Alfred  Chester  Burne,  who  was  born  in  Hartford,  Conn.,  Feb.  12,  1851,  son 
of  James  and  Elizabeth    (Chester)    Burne.     They  reside  in  Poughkeepsie. 

Children: 
7915     Maria  Roosevelt,  born  Feb.  21,  1878;  married  June  12,  1900,  Guy 
Carlton.     Two  children,  Edward  Jewett,  born  Aug.  9,  1901,  and 
Natahe  Morrison,  born  Jan.  28,  1904. 


I 


Ninth  Geneeation  791 

7916  Carlton  Bayley,  born  Dec.  8,  1879. 

7917  Elizabeth   Chester,   born   Sept.    18,   1881. 

7918  Grace  Jewett,  born   INIarch  ^8,   1884. 

7919  Russell,  born  May  13,  1886. 

5344  MARY  JEWETT  SEARS  (Mary  W.'"'',  John  S.'"%  Alpheus««% 
Caleb"®,  Eleazer'-,  Jeremiah'%  Joseph%  Edward^),  was  born  in  Cornwall, 
111.,  July  9,  1857.     She  married  there  Jan.  27,  1879,  Dr.  E.  J.  Porter. 

Children,  born  in  Utica,  Neb.: 

7920  Wallace  E.,  born  June  28,  1881 ;  married  in  Grand  Island,  Neb.,  May 

8,  1901,  Edith  Thompson,  who  died  in  Grand  Island,  Aug.  31, 
1903,  leaving  one  child,  Eugene  Thompson,  born  Nov.  16,  1902. 
Mr.  Porter  married  second,  in  Waterloo,  la.,  Jan.  19,  1907,  Ada 
Wien. 

7921  Julia  E.,  born  April  26,  1884. 

5345  FRANK  Sni:VENS  SEARS  (Mary  W.=°«S  John  S.^"%  Al- 
pheus®*",  Caleb-'-^  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah^",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Cornwall,  111.,  Oct.  13,  I860.  He  married  there  April  13,  1897,  Amy  A. 
Funk. 

Children,  born  in  Cornwall,  III. 

7922  George  V.,  born  IMarch  26,  1898;  died  April  29,  1898. 

7923  Attie  Mildred,  born  May  12,  1900. 

7924  Charles  Jewett,  bom  April  20,  1901. 

7925  Mary  Rebecca,  born  Sept.  6,  1903. 

7926  Susie  Walton,  born  June  15,  1905. 

5346  JOHN  SEARS,  JR.  (Mary  W.^"",  John  S."",  Alpheus"% 
Caleb^*^  Eleazer^^,  Jeremiah^'*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Cornwall, 
111.,  Nov.  27,  1861.  He  married  in  Atkinson,  111.,  Sept.  18,  1898,  Mary  A. 
Wiffles. 

Children,  born  in  Cornwall,  III.: 

7927  Clara  M.,  born  Jan.  22,  1900. 

7928  Sadie  M.,  born  June  6,  1901. 

7929  John,  bom  Sept.  6,  1903. 

7930  Mary,  bora  June  12,  1904. 

7931  Richard  Joseph,  born  Dec.  26,  1906. 

5354  JOANNA  REED  JEWETT  (Alfred  W."''S  Thomas"",  Nehe- 
miah"".  Jeremiah"*,  Nehemiah^'',  Jeremiah'',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Salisbury,  Mass.,  Sept.  8,  1838.  She  married  Daniel  W.  Morgan.  He 
died  and  she  married  second  William  Graham.  She  died  in  Chelsea,  Mass., 
Feb.  20,  1891. 


792  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children  by  first  husband: 

7932  Clarence  W.,  born  .   Lives  in  Manchester,  Mass. 

7933  Elmer  J.,  born ;  died . 

7934  Jennie  E.,  bom  ;  married  Collins  and  resides  in  Chelsea, 

Mass. 

5356  GEORGE  WASHINGTON  JEWETT  (Alfred  W.'"*'', 
Thomas"'%  Nehemiah'"'*,  Jeremiah-'%  Nehemiah",  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Ed- 
ward^), was  bom  in  Salisbury,  Mass.,  Oct.  28,  1842.  He  married  Dec.  4, 
1866,  Emily  P.  Allen,  who  was  born  in  Manchester,  Mass.,  April  2,  1843, 
daughter  of  Joseph  and  Mehitable  (Allen)  Allen.  They  reside  in  Manchester- 
by-the-Sea,  Mass.,  where  he  is  engaged  in  the  furniture  business. 

Children,  born  in  Manchester,  Mass.: 

7935  Ella  Maria,  born  Aug.  31,  1867 ;  died  Dec.  2,  1867. 

7936  Elsie  Foster,  born  Feb.  10,  1871 ;  died  Dec.  16,  1876. 

7937  Elizabeth  Perry,  born  May  1,  1888. 

5360  DR.  EDGAR  MORTON  JEWETT  (Alfred  W."^'"',  Thomas^*", 
Nehemiah'^',  Jeremiah''^  Nehemiah",  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
bora  in  Manchester-by-the-Sea,  Mass.,  Feb.  7,  1854.  He  married  in  Ports- 
mouth, N.  H.,  June  15,  1881,  Florence  Parker  Sise,  daughter  of  Col.  Will- 
iam H.  and  Annie  (Parker)  Sise.  Dr.  Jewett  is  a  graduate  of  Harvard 
College,  a  member  of  the  Masonic  order  and  a  Knight  Templar.  They 
reside  in  Portsmouth,  where  he  is  a  dentist. 

Children,  born  in  Portsmouth,  N.  H. : 

7938  Reginald  Sise,  born  March  27,  1882.     He  attended  Harvard  College 

two  years  and  resides  in  Boston,  Mass.,  where  he  is  in  the  Audi- 
tor's Department  of  the  Boston  and  Maine  R.  R. 

7939  Ethel  Sargent,  bom  March  11,  1884. 

7940  Florence  Fleetford,  bom  Nov.  27,  1885. 

5363  MARK  JEWETT  (Mark  R.-««%  Moses^*«%  John  C."\  Pur- 
chase'*%  Nehemiah^*,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Ipswich, 
Mass.,  Dec.  28,  1826.  He  married  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Dec.  8,  1852,  Rosina 
Elizabeth  Belknap,  who  was  bom  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Jan.  24,  1828,  daughter 
of  William  Augustus  and  Ruth  Long  (Poore)  Belknap.  They  resided  in 
Rowley,  where  he  died.     His  widow  was  living  in  Rowley  in  1904. 

Children,  born  in  Rowley,  Mass. : 

7941  Florence  Gould,  born  Feb.  9,  1854.     Resides  in  Rowley. 

7942  Oscar  Augustus,  born  March  31,  1856. 

7943  Willard  Lincoln,  born  Nov.  30.  1859;  died  Feb.  14,  I860. 


Ninth  Genkkation  793 

5366  MARY  ELIZAIJE'J'H  .IKWF/J^r  (Mark  11.^'"'°,  Moses""%  John 
C/^",  Purcliase""'*,  N(-'liemijiir'\  Nrlieiiiiuh'%  Joseph\  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Feb.  11,  1844.  She  married  there  Oct.  16,  1866,  Warren 
C.  Putney  of  Lancaster,  Mass.  Tliey  settled  in  Newburyport,  Mass.,  and 
later  removed  to  Everett,  Mass. 

Children,  bom  in  Neu-buri/port,  Mass.: 

7944  Ikssie  Warren,  born  Oct.  «0,  1874;  died  Sept.  5,  1875. 
794")      Lewis  Henry,  born  June*  10,  1876. 

7946  Edith  Nichols,  born  Oct.  22,  1877. 

5377  NANCY  ANN  JEWEl^^  (Charles  W.'*'<'%  Moses'*•'^  John 
C.'*",   Purchase-"*',    Nehcmiah"%    Nehemiah''*,   Joseph*,   Edward^),    was   born 

in  Lynn,  Mass.,  May  2,  1839.     She  married  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  April  , 

1859,  George  H.  Brown  of  Marblehead,  Mass.     She  died  in  Lynn,  April  23, 
1883. 

Children,  born  in  Lijnn,  Mass.: 

7947  Helen,  born  May  2,  1860;  married  Walter  B.  Moore.* 

7945  George  Henry,  born   Jan.   2,   1862;  married   Dec.   23,   1886,   Mary 

Haggles  of  Nova  Scotia. 

5380  SARAH  FRANCES  JEWETT  (Charles  W."'"*,  Moses^*''%  John 
C.''\  Purchase'"",  Nehemiah"\  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Lynn,  Mass.,  Dec.  30,  1851.  She  married  there  June  16,  1872,  John  H. 
liCar  of  Lynn. 

Children,  born  in  Lynn,  Mass.: 

7949  Willie  Jcwett,  born  July  28,  1874;  died  April  13,  1880. 

7950  Mary  Emma,  bom  Nov.'  3,  1876. 

5384  GEORGE  RUSSELL  JEWETT  (Daniel  H."'-,  Daniel^'S  John 
C."",  Purchase'"",  Nehemiah***,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
Aug.  20,  1852.     He  married  June  25,  1877,  Mary  J.  Tibbetts. 


Children, 


7951  Holten  Breed,  born  — 

7952  Sarah  Elizabeth,  born 

7953  xMice  Perkins,  bom  — 


5385  DANIEL  LAKE^LAN  JEWETT  (Daniel  H.**'*^,  Daniel"",  John 
C."',  Purchase-"",  Nehemiah"*,  Nchemiah'\  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born 
Jan.  22,  1863.      He  married  June  6,   1S89,  Pearl   Derby. 

Children: 

7954  Russell    Batchelder,   horn —. 

7955  Shepard   Leach,  born   . 


794<  Jewett  Genealogy 

5386  CHARLES  HENRY  JEWETT  (Charles  S.'°",  John"",  John 
C."%  Purchase'*"",  Nehemiah®*,  Nehemiah'^  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Gloucester,  Mass.,  Feb.  13,  1849.  He  married  there  Oct.  19,  1870, 
Laura  Stanwood.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  32d  degree  Mason  and  a  Knight 
Templar.  He  was  also  a  member  of  the  Pilgrim  Fathers  and  of  the  New 
England  Order  of  Protection.     He  died  in  Dedham,  Mass.,  April  26,  1903. 

Children: 

7956  Carrie  Noble,  bom  in  Gloucester,  Mass.,  Aug.  ,  1871 ;  died  in 

Salem,  Mass.,  Feb.  17,  1872. 

7957  Bertha  Jane,  born  in  Salem,  Mass.,  Jan.  16,  1876;  died  in  1877. 

7958  Georgiana  Hiltz,  born   in   Salem,   Mass.,  March  22,   1878 ;  married 

there  June  23,  1897,  Horace  M.  Pepper.     They  reside  in  Beverly, 
Mass. 

5387  WILLIAM  FRANCIS  JEWETT  (Charles  S.'°^^  John"",  John 
C."^  Purchase^^^  Nehemiah®*,  Nehemiah'%  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Gloucester,  Mass.,  July   15,  1850.     He  married  in  Pomfret,  Vt.,  Nov. 

28,  1875,  Elizabeth  Lee  Gibson,  who  died  in  Vermont  Jan.  ,  1882,  s.  p. 

He  married  second,  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Oct.  2,  1883,  Mary  Helen  Savage. 
She  died  in  Boston,  May  11,  1884,  s.  p.  He  married  third,  in  Boston,  July 
12,  1885,  Mabel  Hester  Savage.  They  reside  in  Roslindale,  Mass.  Mr. 
Jewett  is  a  member  of  the  Odd  Fellows  and  the  New  England  Order  of 
Protection. 

Children,  all  by  first  wife: 

7959  Lena  Helen,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Dec.  8,  1886. 

7960  Lilla  Frances,  bom  in  Roslindale,  Mass.,  Feb.  19,  1888. 

7961  Mabel  Jane,  born  in  Roslindale,  Mass.,  Aug.  28,  1891. 

7962  Frederick  William,  bom  in  Salem,  Mass.,  Jan.  4,  1894. 

7963  Lauretta  Elizabeth,  born  in  Hubbardston,  Mass.,  Sept.  5,  1896. 

7964  Clifford  Henry,  born  in  Roslindale,  Mass.,  Oct.  12,  1899. 

7965  Gertmde  Edwina  (twin),  bom  in  Roslindale,  Mass.,  Oct.  26,  1902; 

died  Nov.  21,  1902. 

7966  Gladys  Luella  (twin),  bom  in  Roslindale,  Mass.,  Oct.  26,  1902;  died 

Nov.  15,  1902. 

7967  Charles  Bronson,  born  in  Roslindale,  Mass.,  Oct.  30,  1904. 

5388  MARY  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (Charles  S.'"",  John"",  John 
C."%  Purchase-«%  Nehemiah'%  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Gloucester,  Mass.,  July  4,  1852.  She  married  in  Salem,  Mass.,  Oct.  16, 
1872,  Charles  Horton  Annable.  He  was  born  in  Danvers,  Mass.,  Nov.  30, 
1853,  and  died  from  Bright's  diseas<>  April  17,  1882.  She  married  second, 
William  Hayward  Howe,  who  was  born  in  Boston,  INIass.,  Nov.  24,  1821, 
and  died  in  Gloucester  March  31,  1901. 


Ninth  Generation  795 

Children,  horn  in  Salem,  Mass.,  all  by  first  husband: 

7968  William  Henry,  born  April  5,  1873. 

7969  Carrie  Augusta,  born  Jan.   18,  1875. 

7970  Myrtle  Jcwett,  born  May  26,  1876. 

7971  Evelyn  Garland,  born  Aug.  28,  1878. 

7972  Frank  Winslow,  born  Aug.  16,  1880. 

5^03  LIZZIE  :\IARIA  JEWETT  (John  J.'"%  John"",  John 
C.''\  Purchase-*^",  Neheniiah'%  Ncheniiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  March  11,  1858.  She  maiTied  Sept.  8,  1880,  William 
W.  Stanwood.  He  died  and  she  married  in  Ipswich  Sept.  28,  1892,  Gardner 
Allen,  who  was  born  in  Gloucester,  Mass.,  Aug.  4,  1857,  son  of  Mark  and 
Martha  (Marchant)  Allen.  He  is  a  mason  and  they  reside  in  Gloucester. 
He  is  a  member  of  the  Degree  of  Pocahontas. 

Children,  bom  in  Gloucester,  Mass.,  all  hy  second  husband: 

7973  Joseph  Mark,  born  Oct.  14,  1893. 

7974  Earle  D.,  bom  Aug.  9,  1895. 

5405  ADDISON  GRIFFIN  JEWETT  (John  J.'''\  John"°%  John 
C",  Purchase-*'%  Nehemiah",  Nehemiah^*,  JosephS  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  Jan.  7,  1863.  He  married  in  Melrose,  Mass.,  Nov.  13, 
1888,  Hattie  May  Howard,  who  was  born  in  Roxbury,  Vt.,  July  3,  1866, 
daughter  of  James  Ray  and  Susan  Zephia  (Cleveland)  Howard.  They  re- 
side in  Concord,  N.  H.,  where  he  is  an  upholsterer. 

Children: 

7975  Edith  Ray.  born  in  Saugus,  Mass.,  July  22,  1889. 

7976  Jennie  Peaslee,  born  in  Cliftondale,  Mass.,  Dec.  20,  1890. 

7977  Mabel  May,  born  in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  Aug.  25,  1895. 

7978  Edgar  Griffin,  born  in  Concord,  N.  11.,  March  11,  1902. 

5416  GEORGE  SIDNEY  JEWETT  (SpofFord  I.«°",  SpofFord'"% 
Ephraim"S  Purchasc=^*'%  Nehemiah"\  Nehcmiah",  Joseph^  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Denmark,  Me.,  May  16,  1849.  He  married  in  Westbrook,  Me.,  in 
1871,  Addie  Evelyn  Bontley,  daughter  of  John  Richard  and  Hope  Fernold 
(Cobb)  Bontley.  Mr.  Jewctt  has  lived  in  the  Province  of  New  Brunswick, 
Westbrook  and  Farmington,  Me.,  and  now  resides  in  South  Norridgewock, 
Me.,  where  he  is  the  owner  and  conducts  a  large  packing  house  for  her- 
metically sealed  goods.  He  has  been  connected  with  throe  creameries  and 
was  treasurer  of  each.  Is  a  member  of  the  Masonic  Order,  the  I.  O.  O.  F., 
the  K.  of  P.,  Rebckah  Grange,  and  the  A.  O.  U.  W. 

Children: 

7979  Frod  Erwin,  born   in  Westbrook,  Me.,  Sept.  20,  1871.      He  gradu- 


796  Jewett  Genealogy 

ated  from  the  Norridgewock  High  School  and  received  a  Business 
College  education  in  Skowhegan,  Me.  Resides  in  Exeter,  Me., 
where  he  is  nianatrer  of  a  creaiiicrv.  He  has  been  Town  Clerk  and 
a  member  of  the  School  Board  of  Exeter. 

7980  George  Harold,  bora  in  Westbrook,  Me.,  Aug.  21,  1876.     He  gradu- 

ated from  the  High  School  and  became  city  editor  of  the  Kennebec 
Journal  of  Augusta,  Me.,  and  later  entei'ed  Bowdoin  College. 

7981  Florence  Sybil,  born  in  Farmington,  Me.,  May  16,  1881.     She  is  a 

graduate  of  the  Norridgewock  High  School. 

5419  DANIEL  SMITH  APPLETON  (Benjamin  D.="'-^  Patience^*'% 
RutV%  Purchase-''%  Nehemiah"*,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  May  27,  184'0.  He  married  March  18,  1863,  Hannah 
Nourse  Boynton,  daughter  of  Daniel  and  Frances  (Nourse)  Boynton  of 
Ipswich. 

Children,  horn  in  Ipszeich,  Mass. : 

7982  Harriet  Lizzie,  born   March    15,   1864. 

7983  Fannie  Etta,  born  Sept.  30,  1865. 

7984  Benjamin  Dexter,  born  Sept.  30,  1870. 

7985  Charles  Warren,  bora  Aug.  20,  1873. 

7986  Augusta  Newell,  born  Aug.   12,  1880. 

7987  Hepzibah,  born  April  16,  1884;  died  Dec.  15,  1884. 

5420  SARAH  ELIZABETH  APPLETON  (Benjamin  J)."''\  Pa- 
tience"'^  Ruth''%  Purchase''%  Nehemiah'%  Nehemiah",  Joseph\  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  Nov.  6,  1843.  She  married  Phineas  Alphonso 
Dodge,  son  of  Phineas  and  Sophia  (ChapHn)  Dodge  of  Rowley.  They 
reside  in  Rowley. 

Children,  bom  in  Rowley,  Mass.: 

7988  Sophia  Appleton,  bora  March  5,  1870;  married  George  Fred  Carl- 

ton.    One  child,  Faith  Halsted,  born  May  5,  1891. 

7989  Infant,  born  — . 

5421  JULIA  ANN  CRESSEY  (Sarah  J.'°'%  Susannah"°%  George"% 
John^*'",  Nehemiah®*,  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Rowley, 
Mass.,  March  1,  1825.  She  married  there  May  10,  1855,  Edwin  Albert 
Dowell,  who  was  born  in  York,  Me.,  Oct.  3,  1824.  He  learned  the  smith's 
trade  and  later  run  a  hardware  store  for  21  years.  He  died  July  15,  1896; 
Mrs.  Dowell  died  Feb.  20,  1896. 

Children: 

7990  Albert,  born  in  Cambridge,  Mass.,  May  20,  1856;  married  in  Rum- 

ford,  Me.,  July  28,  1885,  Harriet  Cordelia  Ray,  daughter  of 
George  A.  and  Lucy  C.  (Whittemon)  Ray.  He  is  a  Congrega- 
tional clergyman.     Two  children,  Albert  Ray,  born  in  Eastport, 


Ninth  Generation  797 

Mc,   March  i>9,  1890,  and  (Joor^c  Edwin,  born   In  Bluehlll,  Me., 
June  19,  1S91. 

7991  Mona  Sewall,  born  April  !:>4,  ISoi);  died  Oct.  28,  1871. 

7992  Emily,  horn  Aug.  17,  18()1  ;  died  Dee.  16,  1868. 

5423  GEORGE  FRANK  JEWl-.TT  (Nathan='"'%  Josiah'*"%  Joseph"", 
Joseph"''^,  Josi'ph"'"',  Neheniiah'\  J()sepli\  Edward'),  was  born  in  Milford, 
N.  H.,  Dee.  J30,  1869.  He  married  there  Nov.  26,  1891,  Grace  Gertrude 
Stickncy  (see  81 84-).  They  reside  in  Milford,  where  he  is  a  grocer,  a 
memi)er  of  the  Masonic  ordcn*  and  of  the  Odd  Fellows. 

Children,  horn  in  Milford,  X.  H.: 

7993  Frieda  Mildred,  born  Sept.  24,  1892. 

7994  Malcolm  Everett,  born  Dec.  8,  1901. 

5435  THOMAS  SPENCER  CRAFTS  (Mary  A.'"*%  Jesse""",  Jo- 
seph'-®, Joseph-''",  Joseph"'',  Nehemiah'\  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Whately,  Mass.,  Nov.  28,  1851.  He  married  Sept.  6,  1882,  Sarah  Wilder 
Hillman,  daughter  of  Charles  T.  and  Persis  (Clark)  Hillman  of  Northamp- 
ton. Mass.,  where  they  reside.  He  is  by  trade  a  cigar  maker;  has  charge 
of  a  farm  and  is  also  a  carpenter.     Is  an  Odd  Fellow  and  a  Granger. 

Children: 

7995  Lewis  Clark,  born  Nov.  19,  1883. 

7996  Mary  Persis,  born  Sept.  19,  1886. 

7997  James  Taylor,  born  Nov.  18,  1888. 

5438  FRANK  DARWIN  CRAFTS  (Mary  A.'"''*,  Jesse"^"",  Jo- 
seph"", Joseph'-"'',  Joseph"',  Nehemiah'\  J()seph\  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Whately,  Mass.,  March  6,  1856.  He  married  Sept.  13,  1887,  Annie 
Louise  Hannegan,  who  was  born  in  IManchester,  England,  June  4,  1867, 
daughter  of  John  and  Mary  (Corbett)  Hannegan  of  Fall  River,  Mass. 
Mr.  Crafts  was  employed  by  the  Fitchburg  R.  R.,  and  resided  in  Green- 
field. Mass.,  until  1891,  when  they  removed  to  Whiltier,  Cal.,  where  he 
is  engaged  in   fruit  culture. 

Children : 

7998  Edwin  Frank,  born  in  Conway,  Nov.  20,  1887. 

799t)      Clayton   Hannegan,  bom  in  Shelburne  Falls,  Dec.  20,  1888. 

8000  Linwood  James,  born  in  Greenfiehl,  Oct.  16,  1890;  died  May  3,  1891. 

8001  Mary  Alice,  born  in  Bakersfield,  Cal.,  Oct.  3,  1894. 

5447  WILTJAM  METXOW  JEWETT  (Oliver""",  Jonathan""",  Oli- 
ver"', Edward-'\  Joseph"%  Nchemiah'\  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Boston,  Mass.,  July  1,  1842.  He  married  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  Oct.  27, 
1869,  Helen   L.   A.  Wilde,  daughter  of  Charles  Tidd  and  ?:ii/a  Thompson 


798  Jewett  Genealogy 

(Averell)  Wilde.  When  the  Civil  War  broke  out  Mr.  Jewett  was  one  of  the 
first  to  enhst;  he  joined  Co.  H,  1st  Mass.  Vols.,  and  later  was  discharged 
and  sent  home  on  account  of  ill  health.  He  again  enlisted  in  Co.  H,  42d 
Regiment,  as  First  Sergeant  and  served  during  the  rest  of  the  war.  His 
picture,  with  others  of  his  company,  hangs  in  the  Cit}^  Hall  of  Chelsea. 
He  was  at  one  time  a  member  of  the  City  Government  of  Chelsea,  also 
served  as  Assessor  of  that  city  for  twelve  years.  Mr.  Jewett  was  musical 
and  was  a  member  of  the  choir  of  Christ  Church,  Boston.  He  was  a  real 
estate  broker  and  auctioneer  and  resided  in  Chelsea,  where  he  died  from 
heart  disease.     His  widow  resides  there. 

Children,   horn  in  Chelsea,  Mass.: 

8002  Harriette  Elisa,  born  Oct.  3,  1876;  married  in  Chelsea,  June  27, 

1900,  Walter  Newhall  MacDonald,  who  was  born  in  Chelsea,  Aug. 
21,  1875,  son  of  Asa  Tarbell  and  Emma  Jane  (Forristall)  Mac- 
Donald.     They  reside  in  Chelsea,  where  he  is  a  clerk. 

8003  Rebecca  Whitman,  born  Sept.  6,  1881 ;  married  in  Chelsea  Nov.  11, 

1901,  Michael  Bernard  Conway,  who  was  born  in  St.  Joseph,  Mo., 
April  22,  1861,  son  of  Edward  and  Honora  (BrowTi)  Conway. 
They  reside  in  Chelsea,  where  he  is  in  the  theatrical  business. 

5448  DEXTER  JEWETT  (Oliver^'^'S  Jonathan"'',  01iver"\  Ed- 
ward"", Joseph®%  Nehemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Boston, 
Mass.,  Feb.  10,  1846.  He  married  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  Jan.  13,  1867,  Jennie 
Lind  Caswell,  who  w^as  bom  in  Boston,  Nov.  7,  1847,  daughter  of  George 
Washington  and  Jane  Brower  (Thompson)  Caswell.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a 
soldier  in  the  Civil  War ;  he  enlisted  in  the  4th  Mass.  Vols.,  also  in  Co. 
G,  13th  Maine  Vols.,  later  consolidated  with  Co.  H,  30th  Maine  Veteran 
Vols.,  and  served  through  the  war.  He  served  in  Virginia,  West  Virginia, 
North  Carolina,  Louisiana  and  Texas  until  after  the  surrender  of  Gen.  Lee. 

He  is  a  member  of  the  Police  Force  in  Cambridge,  Mass.,  and  resides 
in  North  Cambridge,  Mass. 

Children,  born  in  Chelsea,  Mass.  : 

8004  Evadne  Hubbard,  born  Dec.  9,  1867 ;  married  in  Cambridge,  Mass., 

June  18,  1901,  George  Carter  Chaney,  who  was  bom  in  Boston, 
Mass.,  Nov.  5,  1871,  son  of  Rev.  George  Leonard  and  Caroline 
Isabel  (Carter)  Chaney.  They  reside  in  Salem,  Mass.,  where  he 
is  a  lawyer.  Two  children,  Constance  Jewett,  bom  in  Salem,  Nov. 
14,  1902,  and  Oliver  Carter,  bom  in  Cambridge  Dec.  29,  1904. 
Mr.  Chaney  is  a  descendant  of  Samuel  Carter  of  Lancaster,  Mass., 
and  owns  the  old  family  homestead  in  Leominster,  Mass.,  which 
was  bought  by  Samuel  Carter  from  the  Indians,  and  deeded  to 
Oliver  Carter  in  1729. 

8005  Elizabeth  Emma,  born  April  18,  1869;  died  Oct.  6,  1869. 

8006  Frederick  Robbins,  born  Feb.  27,  1871;  died  Nov.  15,  1873. 


Ninth  Generation  799 

5456  EDWARD  THOMAS  JEWETT  (Henry''"'%  Jonathan^'"",  Oli- 
ver"\  Edward'"',  Joseph"'",  Nehciniah*%  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Bolton,  Mass.,  March  13,  184'9.  He  married  in  Fitchburg,  Mass.,  Dec. 
26,  1878,  Mary  Einilino  Downe,  daiighter  of  Wilham  Sunnier  and  Louisa 
(Henry)  Downe.  Mr.  Jcwett  is  a  machinist,  a  member  of  the  Masonic 
Order  and  resides  in  Waltham,  Mass. 

Children: 

8007  Philip  Henry,  born  in  Fitchburg,  Mass.,  Jan.  3,  1881.     Resides  in 

Waltham. 

8008  Jean  Louise,  born  in  Fitchburg,  Mass.,  May   12,  1882;  died  there 

Aug.  15,  1882. 

8009  Arthur  Caldwell,  bom   in  Fitchburg,  Mass.,  May  1,  1883;  married 

Sept.  23,  1903,  Nellie  Carlson.     Resides  in  Waltham. 

8010  Bernice  Louise,  born  in  W^altham,  Mass.,  Aug.   30,   1885;  married 

there  Nov.  8,  1905,  Arthur  Raymond  Feraold.     They  reside  in 
Waltham. 

8011  Oliver  Rollon  Downe,  born  in  Waltham,  Mass.,  Jan.  22,  1887. 

8012  Ray  HoUis,  born  in  Waltham,  Mass.,  Oct.  30,  1890. 

5458  ARTHUR  HENRY  JEWETT  (Henry'"'°,  Jonathan""",  Oli- 
ver^", Edward'-"^,  Joseph"'^,  Nehemiah^**,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Bolton,  Mass.,  May  25,  1855.  He  married  in  Lexington,  Mass.,  Sept. 
15,  1886,  Abbie  P.  Holbrook,  daughter  of  Rufus  W.  and  Sarah  (Stocker) 
Holbrook.  She  was  bom  in  Lexington  in  1859  and  died  Feb.  4,  1888.  He 
married  second,  in  Lexington,  July  11,  1894,  Lydia  M.  Hardy,  who  was 
bom  in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  Dec.  23,  1866,  daughter  of  Thomas  and  Martha 
E.  (Neal)  Hardy.  Mr.  Jewett's  parents  lived  on  a  farm,  where  he  grew 
to  manhood,  assisting  his  father  with  the  farm  work  and  attending  the  public 
school,  walking  two  miles  and  a  half  each  way.  He  attended  the  Lexington 
High  School  one  year  and  then  settled  down  to  farming,  which  he  followed 
until  he  was  35  years  of  age.  Wishing  to  better  himself  he  entered  the 
Real  Estate  business  and  continued  in  that  until  about  1900,  when,  with 
the  late  Wm.  J.  Bride  (see  3078),  he  began  the  manufacture  of  neckware. 
He  now  has  a  large  factory  in  Reading,  Mass.,  where  he  and  his  family 
reside  and  where  he  is  one  of  the  leading  business  men  of  the  town.  He 
is  very  popular  with  the  citizens  of  Reading  and  has  often  been  requested 
to  hold  public  office  but  has  consistently  refused  to  do  so.  Ho  is  active  in 
the  church  of  which  he  is  a  mcmi)er  and  is  a  fine  type  of  the  self-made 
New  England  business  man.  Mr.  Jewett  is  the  soul  of  hospitality  and  is 
held  in  high  esteem  by  all  of  his  acquaintances,  both  business  and  social. 

Child  hy  first  icife: 

8013  Marion  Holbrook,  bom   in   T>oxington,   Mass.,  Dec.   23,   1887.      Re- 

sides in  Lexington. 


800  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children   by   second   zcife,    born    in    Reading,    Mass.: 

8014  Henry  Hardy,  born  March  24,  1897. 

8015  Elizabeth  Herrick,  born  June  15,  1898;  died  Aug.  13,  1903. 

8016  Richard  Caldwell,  born  Nov.  28,  1905. 

5462  FRANCIS  JABEZ  BARRETT  (Helen""",  Jonathan^'"',  Oli- 
ver^"\  Edward-^%  Joseph"^,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
In  Bolton,  Mass.,  Sept.  19,  1847.  He  married  there  Dec.  2,  1871,  Ellen  F. 
Rogers,  who  was  born  in  1848,  the  adopted  daughter  of  Mr.  and  Mrs. 
Elbridge  Sawyer  of  Bolton.  Mr.  Barrett  was  a  clerk  and  died  in  Hudson, 
Mass.,  Oct.  13,  1880.  His  widow  married  Edward  N.  Sawyer  of  Bolton, 
where  they  now  reside. 

Children,  born  in  Bolton,  Mass.: 

8017  Frank,  bom  ,  1872;  died  in  a  few  hours. 

8018  Herbert  S.,  bom  July  27,  1873;  died  Aug.  13,  1873. 

8019  Mabel  Susan,  born  May  9,  1875;  married  in  Bolton  Sept.  14,  1892, 

Henry  Alvin  Olmsted,  son  of  Alonzo  and  Martha  M.  Olmsted. 
He   was   a   produce   dealer  and   died   in   Boston,   Mass.,  Oct.   31, 

1898,  aged  29  years,  10  mos.  and  15  days.  One  child,  Reba  Fran- 
ces, born  in  Bolton  Nov.  4,  1893.  Mrs.  Olmsted  married  second, 
in  Clinton,  Mass.,  Dec.  30,  1902,  Fred  P.  Hosmer,  who  was  born 
July  7,   1862,   son  of  Charles   and  Louisa    (Goldsmith)    Hosmer. 

They  reside  in  Hudson,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  shoemaker. 

5463  JOHN  HERBERT  BARRETT  (Helen*"",  Jonathan""*,  Oli- 
vcr"\  Edward""',  Joseph*"'"',  Nehemiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Bolton,  Mass.,  Sept.  6,  1851.  He  married  in  Hudson,  Mass.,  Dec.  7, 
1876,  Ella  Frances  Munson,  who  was  bom  in  LaPorte,  Ind.,  April  5,  1854, 
daughter  of  Cyrus  Douglas  and  Eliza  (Cox)  Munson.  They  reside  in 
Hudson,  where  he  is  a  contractor  and  builder. 

Children,  born  in  Hudson,  Mass. : 

8020  Bertha  Munson,  bora  July  2,  1881. 

8021  Frank  Herbert,  born  April  5,  1884. 

5464  LUCY  SARAH  BARRETT  (Helen'"",  Jonathan""",  01iver"\ 
Edward"",  Joseph"',  NeHemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Bolton, 
Mass.,  July  3,  1861.  She  married  in  Melrose,  Mass.,  June  8,  1892,  Herbert 
Alonzo  Marsh,  who  was  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Oct.  21,  1867,  son  of  Alonzo 
and  Martha  Jane  (Fisher)  Marsh.  They  reside  in  Haverhill,  Mass.,  where 
he  is  in  the  Insurance  business.  He  is  a  member  of  the  Masonic  Order  and 
of  the  Odd  Fellows. 

Children,  born  in  Melrose,  Mass. : 

8022  Dorothy  Barrett,  born  Oct.  23,  1896. 

8023  Brooks  Herbert,  born  March  14,  1899. 


Ninth  Generation  801 

5468  MABEL  LIZZIE  BKIDE  (Jjunes  M.'"'%  Keziah"",  Oli- 
ver^'*, Edward"",  Joseph"'',  NclKMiiiuh*'',  Joseph*,  Edwurd'),  was  born 
in  Medford,  Mass.,  April  U'S,  1S76.  She  married  July  27,  1902,  Frank 
Lcro}'  Richardson   of  Cornish,  Me. 

Ch  ildren : 

8024  Rachel  Lizzie,  horn  June  5,  1904. 

8025  Leroy  Bride,  born  Dec.  30,  1905. 

• 
5473  I^IARY  ELIZABETH   WHITCOMB    (Catherine""",  Rachel"", 
John"-,    Edward"%    Joseph°%    Nehoiniah",    Joseph*,    Edward'),    was    born 
in  Stowe  Au<^.  8,  1841.     She  married  May  19,  1862,  Francis  Gates  of  Stowe. 
They  reside  in  South  Boston,  Mass. 

Children: 

8026  Elliot   W.,  born   in   Stowe  Feb.   25,   1863;  married  Nov.   24,   1891, 

Lizzie  Burkill  of  Hudson,  Mass.,  and  resides  in  Hudson. 

8027  Irvin  F.,  born  in  Stowe  April  25,  1864;  married  in  Hudson,  Mass., 

Nov.  27,  1894,  Sarah  Clark  of  Hudson.     They  reside  in  Marl- 
boro, Mass. 

8028  Sarah  C,  bom  in  Stowe  Sept.  10,  1865;  married  in  Hudson,  Mass., 

Nov.  15,  1893,  Edward  W.  VanDcuscn  of  New  York.     They  re- 
side in  German  town.  Pa. 

8029  Florence  E.,  bom  in  Hudson,  Mass.,  ISIarch  28,  1878;  married  Oct. 

5,  1895,  Walter  H.  White  of  Hudson.  They  reside  in  South 
Boston,  Mass.  Two  children,  Florence  H.,  born  in  Hudson  May 
22,  1899,  and  Kathryn  E.,  bom  in  South  Boston,  March  4,  1905. 

5479  LAURA  JANNETTE  SAWYER  (Mfred^°*S  Rachel"", 
John'^-,  Edward-'%  Joseph"^,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Bolton,  Mass.,  March  13,  1843.  She  married  in  Sycamore,  111.,  Feb.  29, 
1860,  Philander  Murdock  Alden,  who  was  born  in  Lyme,  N.  H.,  Jan.  27, 
1835,  son  of  Philander  and  Polly  Leonard  (Murdock)  Alden.  They  reside 
in  Sycamore,  where  he  is  a  retired  banker. 

Children,  born  in  Si/camorc,  III.: 

8030  Susie  Emma,  bom   Se])t.   6,   1862;  married  in   Sycamore  March  SO. 

1893,  GcorfTQ  Ellsworth  Dick,  a  farmer  of  Sycamore. 

8031  Abbie   Waterman,   l).)rii    March    13,    1H64:   married   Juno   25,    1891, 

Thomas  Dennison  Wood.  They  reside  in  New  York  City,  where 
Mr.  Wood  is  a  professor  in  the  Columbia  University. 

8032  Fred    II.,    born    April    22,    1868;    married    Sept.    23,    1890,    Maude 

Kelloy.  They  reside  in  Knlania/no,  Mich.,  wliere  ho  is  in  the 
Iiisiiraiico  hu'^ines*;. 


802  Jewett  Genealogy 

5483  ADDIE    L.    NEWTON     (Emily^°«%    RacheP^^%    John"%    Ed-  , 
ward''%  Joseph'^,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  Aug.  31,  1851. 
She  married  June  10,  1875,  Legrand  L.  Brigham. 

Child: 

8033  Grace  N.,  born  Dec.  14,  1879 ;  married  Oct.  16,  1900,  Lewis  Ordway. 

Two    children,   Dorothy,   born   Aug.    5,   1901,    and   Ralph,   bom 
June  2,  1904. 

5484  GEORGE  F.  NEWTON  (Emily'•^'^  RacheP^%  John''",  Ed- 
ward'"',  Joseph**',  Nehemiah'',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  Aug.  31,  1851. 
He  married  May  9,  1875,  Fannie  Brigham. 

Children: 

8034  Harris  B.,  born  Nov.  14,  1876. 

8035  Emily  S.,  born  Feb.  16,  1878 ;  married  Sept.  19,  1906,  Fred  A.  Green. 

8036  Elsie  A.,  born  March  1,  1880. 

5490  AUGUSTA  A.  JEWETT  (Aaron'''',  James"'%  Nehemiah"% 
Nehemiah-'^%  Joseph*%  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Solon, 
Me.,  March  13,  1839.  She  married  Albert  Burke,  who  was  bom  in  Moscow, 
Me.,  June  4,  1821,  son  of  David  and  Mary  (Springer)  Burke.  They  re- 
sided in  Moscow. 

Children,  horn  in  Moscow,  Me.: 

8037  Andrew  Clarence,  bora  April  10,  1867 ;  died  Feb.  16,  1869. 

8038  May  Aphia,  born  May  17,  1870 ;  married  in  Moscow  July  4,  1889, 

Harry   D.  Baker.      They   reside  in  Moscow.      One   child,  Gladys 
Sophia,  bom  in  Moscow  Nov.  11,  1896. 

8039  Zenas  Baker,  born  March  27,  1872;  died  July  ,  1874. 

8040  Flora  Ella,  born  Nov.  28,  1876;  married  in  Moscow  June  15,  1898, 

Chauncey  E.  Chandler  of  Madison,  Me.,  where  they  reside. 

5491  JOHN  ROWLEY  JEWETT  (Aaron"",  James'''%  Nehe- 
miah"*,  Nehemiah"^,  Joseph^^  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Solon,  Me.,  Nov.  17,  1842.  He  married  in  Solon  Sept.  14,  1867,  Clara 
Frances  Jackman,  daughter  of  Eli  and  Hannah  (Hunnewell)  Jackman. 
They  reside  in  Solon,  where  he  is  a  farmer  and  a  member  of  the  Grange. 

Children,  born  vn  Solon,  Me.: 

8041  Nellie  M.,  bora  Aug.  19,  1868;  married  April  20,  1889,  George  S. 

Smith.     They  reside  in  Jay,  Me.     One  child,  Archie  Elmore,  bom 
in  Solon  May  1,  1890. 

8042  Lillie  E.,  born  Dec.   21,   1871;   married  May   23,   1903,   Carrol  L. 

Caswell.     They  reside  in  Embden,  Me. 


J 


Ninth  Generation  803 

8043  Sarah  W.,  born  Aug.  4,  1873;  married  Aug.   18,  1900,  Perley  W. 

Adams.     The}'   reside  in  Madison,  Me. 

8044  Myron  C,  born  Oct.  11,  1887. 

5493  NEHEMIAH  TAYLOR  JEWETT  (Aaron"",  James"'%  Nehe- 
niiah^^",  Nehemiah"^*, -Joseph"",  Nehemiah^'*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Solon,  Me.,  ^lay  10,  1847.  He  married  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  May  1,  1872, 
Eliza  Raymond,  daughter  of  Joseph  and  Susannah  (Parkman)  Raymond. 
She  was  born  in  Solon  in  1847,  and  died  in  Lowell  in  1876,  s.  p.     He  mar- 

lied  second,  Feb.  ,  1877,  Lovina  Parkman,  daughter  of  William  and 

Marie  (Hathorn)  Parkman.  She  was  born  in  Solon  in  1849  and  died  in 
Lowell  in  1880,  s.  p.  He  married  third,  in  1884,  Delia  Parrott,  who  was 
born  in  Roseburg,  Oregon,  April  29,  1863,  daughter  of  Moses  and  Tennessee 
(Howard)  Parrott.     They  reside  in  Roseburg. 

Children,  all  by  last  wife: 

8045  Vivian,  born  in  Elkton,  Ore.,  Oct.  7,  1885. 

8046  Hazel,  born  in  Solon,  Me.,  Feb.  3,  1887. 

8047  Eugene  Laforest,  born  in  Roseburg,  Ore.,  July  2,  1889. 

8048  Delwin  Parrott,  bom  in  Roseburg,  Ore.,  Oct.  30,  1894. 

8049  Wallace  Frederick,  bom  in  Roseburg,  Ore.,  June  27,  1898. 

8050  Beulah  Abbie,  born  in  Roseburg,  Ore.,  July  5,  1901. 

5497  WILSON  FLAVELL  JEWETT  (Walter  G."",  James"",  Nehe- 
miah'^°,  Nehemiah"^®,  Joseph"",  Nehemiah'*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Sangerville,  Me.,  June  14,  1852.  He  married  in  Portland,  Ore.,  April  7, 
1886,  Mary  Ellen  Hughes,  who  was  bom  in  Sparrowbush,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  9, 
1859,  daughter  of  Peter  and  I\Iary  (Dewyer)  Hughes.  They  reside  in  San 
Francisco,  Cal.,  where  he  is  in  the  lumber  and  shipping  business, 

Ch  ildren  : 

8051  Wilson  H.,  born  Feb.  8,  1888. 

8052  Narcissa  Mary,  born  June  10,  1900. 

5499  JOSEPH  DANFORTH  JEWETT  (Joseph  D.='"*,  Jonas"", 
Nehemiah^''",  Nehemiah"",  Joseph"'*,  Nehemiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Palmyra,  INIe.,  Aug.  26,  1822.  He  married  in  Etna,  Me.,  Jan.  1, 
1850,  Nancy  A.  Bickford,  who  was  born  in  Dixmont,  Me.,  June  23,  1831. 
Mr.  Jewett  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War,  after  which  he  was  a  fanner 
and  died  in  Dixmont  Oct.  ,  1878. 

Children: 

8053  C'orydon,  bom  in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  . 

8054  Rufus  L.,  Imrn   in   St.   Albans,  Me.   ,   1856;  died  in  Dixmont, 

Me.,  Feb.  14,  1878. 


804t  Jewett  Genealogy 

8055  J.  Weston,  born  in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  April  30,  1859;  married  Jan.  1, 

1881,  Geneva  M.  Kimball,  who  was  bom  in  Jackson,  Me.,  Feb.  25, 
1858.  They  reside  in  Jackson.  One  child,  Homer  W.,  born  July 
28,  1883;  died  July  9,  1884. 

8056  Cyrena  L.,  born  in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  March  16,  1861 ;  died  Feb.  11, 

'  1862.  * 

8057  Frank   E.,  bom    in    Dixmont,   Me.,   Aug.   7,    1863;   married   Lillian 

Eld  ridge. 

8058  Abbie  E.   (twin),  born  in  Dixmont,  Me.,  Dec.  8,  1867;  died  in  Bel- 

fast, Me. 

8059  Addie  M.    (twin),  born  in  Dixmont,  Me.,  Dec.  8,  1867;  died  in  St. 

Albans,  Me.,  March  1,  1869. 

8060  Charles  B.   (twin),  born  in  Dixmont,  Me.,  Jan.  7,  1870;  resides  in 

Monroe,  Me. 

8061  Alma  E.   (twin),  born  in  Dixmont,  Me.,  Jan.  7,  1870;  died  in  Bel- 

fast, Me.,  Sept.  11,  1890. 

5500  MARY  L.  JEWETT  (Joseph  B^''\  Jonas'"%  Nehemiah'^% 
Nehemiah"^^,  Joseph®^,  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Bloom- 
field,  Me.,  June  4,  1825.  She  married  in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  Nov.  10,  1846, 
Daniel  Parkhurst.  He  was  born  in  Palmyra,  Me.,  June  4,  1825,  and  died 
June  5,  1865.     She  died  in  Skowhegon,  Me.,  April  4,  1897. 

Children: 

8062  Eliza  A.,  bom  in   St.  Albans,  Me.,  Oct.  6,  1847;  married  Lcander 

Judkins. 

8063  Mary  E.,  bom  May  5,  1849;  married  Philander  Coburn  Jewett  (see 

5551). 

8064  Rose  E.,  bom  May  11,  1851;  married  Francis  I.  Estes. 

5501  CORYDON  M.  JEWETT  (Joseph  D."^%  Jonas"'^  Nehe- 
miah"®,  Nehemiah"^  Joseph''^  Nehemiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  Avas  bom 
in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  Aug.  11,  1827.  He  married  in  Palmyra,  Me.,  Dec.  10, 
1857,  Mary  J.  Dill,  who  was  born  in  Dixmont,  Me.,  Aug.  1,  1835,  daughter 
of  James  H.  and  Lydia  Dill.  They  resided  in  Palmyra,  where  ]\Ir.  Jewett 
was  a  farmer.  He  was  Town  Treasurer  and  Tax  Collector  of  Palmyra; 
Deacon  and  Clerk  of  the  Christian  Church  for  20  j'cars  and  Secretary  of 
the  Maine  Eastern  Christian  Conference  22  years.  Mrs.  Jewett  died  in 
Palmyra  Oct.  29,  1898,  and  Mr.  Jewett  removed  to  Bangor,  Me.,  where  he 
was  living  in  1905. 

Children,  horn  in  Palmyra,  Me.: 

8065  Cora  M.,  born  March  16,  1859;  married  IVIay  30,  1885,  Dr.  Arthur 

L.  Chase,  who  was  born  in  Carmel,  Me.,  June  10,  1858.  They 
reside  in  Bangor,  Me. 

8066  Manter  ]M.,  born  Jan.  16,  1861  ;  married  first.  May  25,  1887,  Imo- 


Nlnth  Generation  805 

gene  Davis,  who  died  in  Mattapan,  Mass.,  Dec.  23,  1898.  He 
married  second,  Sept.  24,  1901,  Anna  Ilolinquist,  who  was  born 
in  Sweden  March  29,  1872.  One  child,  Anna  T.,  born  in  Matta- 
pan,  Mass.,  Sept.  22,  1904. 

5502  CAROLINE  W.  JKWKTT  (Joseph  D.'"',  Jonas"",  Nehe- 
miah"",  Nehemiah"*,  Joseph"',  Nehemiah'%  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  May  13,  1829.  She  married  Dec.  8,  1851,  James  Y. 
Shaw.  He  was  boni  in  Woolwich,  Me.,  Oct.  20,  1822,  and  died  in  Ran- 
dolph, Mass.,  April  10,  1882.      She  died  in  East  Milton,  Mass.,  May   13, 

1886. 

Children: 

8067  Edna  A.,  born  in  Quincy,  Mass.,  June  12,  1853;  died  Dec.  17,  1854. 

8068  Elmer,  born  May  20,  1857. 

8069  Clara  F.,  born  Dec.  14,  1858;  died  in  East  Milton,  Mass.,  Oct.  4, 

1859. 

8070  Nellie  A.,  born  in  East  ^lilton,  Mass.,  Sept.  13,  1863. 

8071  Wesley  E.,  bom  in  Randolph,  Mass.,  April  18,  1873. 

5504  JONAS  W.  JEWETT  (Joseph  D."'%  Jonas"'',  Nehemiah"% 
Nehemiah"^*,  Joseph"',  Neheniiah'^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Palmlyra,  Me.,  June  12,  1836.  He  married  Sept.  25,  1861,  Mary  E.  Simp- 
son, who  was  bom  in  West  Quincy,  Mass.,  July  1,  1844. 

Children: 

8072  J.  Fred,  born  in  Quincy,  Mass.,  Dec.   28,   1862;  married  Sadie  E. 

James.* 

8073  Emma,  born  in  Skowhegan,  Mc.,  Nov.  8,  1864 ;  died  Feb.  8,  1890. 

8074  Arthur,  bom  in   Madison,  Me.,  Aug.   18,   1867 ;  married  Nov.   15, 

1893,  Maud  Lambert,  who  was  bom  in  Skowhegon,  Me.,  Aug.  21, 
1873.     One  child,  Langdon  A.,  bom  in  Skowhegon,  April  29,  1902. 

8075  Bessie,  born  in  Madison,  Me.,  June  30,   1881 ;  married  INIarch  24, 

1906,  John  Maxwell,  who  was  born  in  Hartland,  Me.,  in  1881. 

8076  Clifford,  born  in  Madison,  Me.,  March  12,  1883. 

8077  Ethel  A.,  born  in  Madison,  Me.,  Oct.   18,  1886;  married  July  28, 

1906,  W.  H.  Merrow,  who  was  born  in  1882. 

5510  DAVHJ  JEWETT  (Jonas''",  Jonas"'',  Nehemiah''",  Nehe- 
miah"^^,  Joseph"'',  Nehemiah",  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  born  in  IVIadison, 
Me.,  Nov.  14,  1848.  He  married  in  Bingham,  Me.,  Feb.  20,  1871, 
Louise  V.  Moore,  who  was  born  in  Bingham  Aug.  22,  1850,  daughter  of 
Joseph  and  Louisa  V.  (Langley)  Moore.  They  reside  in  Skowhegan,  Me., 
where  he  is  in  the  steam  heating  and  plumbing  business. 

Children,  horn  in  Madison,  Mc.: 

8078  Alice  B.,  bom  Feb.   22,   1872;  married  May   20,  1894,  Harry  M. 

Hilton,  son  of  Mark  and  Mary  (Russell)  Hilton.     They  reside  in 


806  Jewett  Genealogy 

Waterville,  Mc,  where  he  is  agent  for  the  American  Express  Co. 
Two  cliildren,  Harry  Neil,  born  in  Skowhegan,  Me.,  July  5,  1899, 
and  Allan  Jewett,  born  in  Waterv'ille,  July  28,  1904. 

8079  Sarah  Louise,  born  Dec.  1,  1877;  married  Sept.  14,  1904,  David  A. 

Haig,  who  was  born  in  Inncrlietlien,  Scotland,  March  23,  1877, 
son  of  Adam  and  Julia  (Haronson)  Haig.  They  reside  in  Skow- 
hegan, Me.,  where  he  is  Agent  for  the  American  Woolen  Co. 

5512  DAVID  F.  JEWETT  (AbeF^^«,  Jonas^"%  Nehemiah"', 
Nehemiah"^^,  Joseph^'',  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Etna,  Me.,  Aug.  2,  1829.  He  married  in  1849  Rosaline  Hibbard,  who  was 
born  in  Etna  in  1829  and  died  Oct.  9,  1880.     He  died  Dec.  18,  1892. 

Children,  bom  in  Etna,  Me.: 

8080  Cynibia  A.,  bom  July  20,  1850;  married  Feb.  19,  1878,  James  T. 

Lurvey,  who  was  born  in  Salisbury,  Mass.,  and  died  in  Haver- 
hill, Mass.,  in  1903.  One  child,  Florence,  bom  in  Boston,  Mass., 
May  26,  1880. 

8081  William  F.,  born  Aug.  4,  1854;  married  (1st)  Cora  A.  Stevens;  (2d) 

Freda  L.   Stone.* 

8082  Benjamin,  born ;  died  young. 

8083  Lilhan   M.,  born  Jan.   14,   1867;  married  Oct.   19,   1884,  Fred  W. 

Melvin,  who  was  born  in  Stetson,  Me.,  July  3,  1862. 

8084  Amy   E.,  born  Feb.   2,   1869;   married   Dec.   31,    1888,   Charles   L. 

Phihps,  who  was  born  in  Hermon,  Me,,  May  19,  1864. 

5513  ABIGAIL  JEWETT  (AbeP''%  Jonas^''^%  Nehemiah"% 
Nehemiah"*,  Joseph^^  Nehemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Etna,  Me.,  May  5,  1831.  She  married  July  5,  1851,  Daniel  Gatchell,  who 
was  bom  in  Etna,  Oct.  3,  1827.     She  died  Oct.  3,  1881. 

Children: 

8085  Angelia,  born  Aug.  6,  1855 ;  married  Dec.  10,  1885,  W.  O.  Davis, 

who  was  born  in  Jackson,  Me.,  June  17,  1853.  One  child,  Annie 
G.,  bom  June  7,  1892. 

8086  Mark,  bom  July  26,  1861;  married  April  2,  1887,  Maria  Noble, 

who  was  born  in  Pittsfield,  Me.  One  child,  Jesse  D.,  born  July  1, 
1892. 

8087  Lillian  D.,  bom  ,  1868;  married  in  1890,  Ernest  O.  Varney, 

who  was  bom  in  Plymouth,  Me.,  Sept.  17,  1868.  Three  children, 
Grace,  born  Jan.  4,  1891 ;  Owen,  born  Aug.  23,  1896;  and  Harold, 
bom  Feb.  25,  1898. 

8088  Alvin  F.,  bom   July   2,   1874;   married  June  10,   1895,  Alice  M. 

Varney,  who  was  born  in  Plymouth,  Me.,  Nov.  15,  1878.     Two 


Ninth  Generation  807 

children,  Mildred,  born  Jnn.  !^,  1897,  and  Marion,  born  Jan.  18, 
1898. 

5514-  RUFUS  E.  JEWETT  (AbeP"",  Jonas"^%  Nehemiah"% 
Nehemiah-",  Joseph'*%  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born  in 
Etna,  i\Ie.,  June  8,  1833.  He  married  Miss  Prescott,  who  was  born  in 
Dixmont,  Mc.,  in  1832,  and  died  Jidy  21,  1900.  Mr.  Jcwett  was  a  soldier 
in  the  Civil  War  and  died  in  Andcrsonville  Prison  in  1865. 

Children,  horn  in  Etna,  Me.: 

8089  Ada,  born  July  17,  1855;  married  John  Ferrcn.* 

8090  Nellie,  born  May  ,  1858;  married  Charles  Ward  of  Troy  and 

died  May  1,  1899. 

8091  George  Allen,  boni  Jan.  1,  1859;  married  Addic  Holmes,  who  was 

born  in  Lawrence,  Mass.,  Jan.  28,  1880.  He  died  August  28, 
1906.  Two  cliildrcn,  INIargaret  Lucretia,  born  in  Rumford  Falls, 
Me.,  May  4,  1901,  and  Georgia  Ella,  born  in  Swampscott,  Mass., 
Aug.  23,  1903. 

8092  Freeman,  born  Nov.  ,  1861. 

5516  ABEL  P.  JEWETT  (AbeP"«,  Jonas^'>^%  Nehemiah^-^% 
Nehemiah"'^,  Joseph^"',  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born  in 
Etna,  Me.,  April  15,  1837.  He  married  Jan.  7,  1861,  Ellen  E.  R.  Day,  who 
was  bom  July  4,  184<4!,  and  died  April  8,  1864.  He  married  second,  April 
24,  1870,  Virginia  L.  Harris,  who  was  born  in  Dixmont,  Me.,  March  26, 
1850,  and  died  July  15,  1877.     He  married  third,  Ellen  A.  Douglass,  who 

was  bom  in  New  Haven  in  1855  and  died  May  ,  1890.     He  died  June 

23,  1897. 

Child  by  first  wife: 

8093  Ellcta  E.  M.,  bom  June  10,  1863;  married  as  her  second  husband, 

Mr.  Stevens. 

Child  by  second  -wife: 

8094  Algernon  Leland,  born  in  Dixmont,  Mc.,  Feb.  15,  1872;  married  Grace 

A.  Longley.* 

5519  CORDELIA  JEWETT  (AbcP"",  Jonas*"\  Nehcmiah"", 
Nehemiah'^",  Joseph"'',  Nehemiah***,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Etna,  Me.,  Sept.  5,  1844.  She  married  J.  G.  Hanunons,  who  was  bom  in 
Dixmont,  Me.,  July  7,  1839. 

Children: 

8095  Elmer,  bom   June  9,   1869;   married  Enmia  L.   Clements,   who   was 

bom  in  Wilton,  Mass.,  April  2,  1877.     One  child,  Dorothy,  born 
Dec.  31,  1901. 

8096  George  L.,  bom  July  4,  1871  ;  married  Aug.  18,  1906,  Miss  Rork 

of  Boston,  Mass. 


808  Jewett  Genealogy 

5520  FREDERICK  BUTMAN  JEWETT  (AbeP"%  Jonas'''%  Nehe- 
miah^^%  Nehemiah'^",  Jaseph^%  Nehemiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  North  Etna,  Me.,  Sept.  1,  1846.  He  married  in  Levant,  Me.,  July  1, 
1864,  Matilda  Jane  Sawyer,  who  was  born  in  Hermon,  Me.,  Oct.  16,  1849. 

Children,  born  in  Hermon,  Me.: 

8097  Linmaens  Rufus,  born  Sept.  12,  1868. 

8098  Julian  Austin,  bom  May  5,  1871 ;  married  Catherine  Keenan.* 

8099  Ernest  Emlyn,  bom  Dec.  15,  1873;  married  Alice  Ehzabeth  Long- 

ley.* 

5521  AUGUSTUS  JEWETT  (William'"%  Jonas'"%  Nehemiah"% 
Nehemiah-'%  Joseph'*^  Nehemiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Madison,  Me.,  Dec.  31,  1848.  He  married  in  Comill,  Me.,  Feb.  6,  1870, 
Sophronia  Dean,  who  was  born  in  Madison  Jan.  28,  1846,  daughter  of 
Jesse  and  Rebecca  (Piper)  Dean.  They  reside  in  Madison,  where  he  is  a 
farmer. 

Children: 

8100  William  A.,  bom  Nov.  7,  1876;  married  in  Solon,  Me.,  June  5,  1904, 

Myrtle  E.  Libby,  who  was  bom  in  Wellington,  Me.,  July  17, 
1886,  daughter  of  A.  F.  and  Elizabeth  (Ward)  Libby.  They 
reside  in  North  Madison,  Me.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

8101  Bertha  A.,  born  May  3,  1880;  married  Oct.  4,  1897,  Charles  Perkins 

of  Madison,  Me.  They  reside  in  Pleasantdale,  Me.  Three  chil- 
dren, Harold  J.,  bom  July  4,  1898 ;  Ava,  born  Aug.  6,  1901 ;  and 
Evan,  born  Jan.  8,  1904. 

5524  LIEUT.  DAVID  LLEWELLYN  JEWETT  (Edward'"% 
Jones'''%  Nehemiah"%  Nehemiah'",  Joseph"%  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Ed- 
ward^), was  bom  in  Sangerville,  Me.,  June  11,  1840.  He  married  there  in 
1864  Ellen  Louisa  Shedd,  daughter  of  Simon  and  Alyndra  F.  (Ellis)  Shedd. 
She  was  bom  in  Sangerville  in  1845  and  died  in  Portland,  Me.,  in  1892. 

Mr.  Jewett  enlisted  Sept.  4,  1861,  in  Co.  K,  8th  Maine  Inft.,  and 
commissioned  2d  Lieutenant  of  Co.  C,  8th  Maine  Regt.,  April  1,  1865.  He 
witnessed  the  surrender  of  Gen.  Lee  and  was  mustered  out  of  service  Jan. 
25,  1866.  After  the  war  Mr.  Jewett  returned  to  Sangerville,  where  he 
lived  a  few  years  and  then  spent  a  number  of  years  in  Michigan,  Colorado, 
California,  New  Mexico  and  New  York.  In  1897  he  entered  the  National 
Soldiers  Home  in  Togus,  Me.,  where  he  now  resides. 

Children,  horn  in  Sangerville,  Me.: 

8102  Edward,  bom   Aug.    19,    1868;   died   in    Sunbury,   Pa.,   Jan.   , 

1900,  immarried. 

8103  Herbert  L.,  bom   March   26,   1870.      He   is   in    the   employ   of  the 


Ninth  Geneeation  809 

Eastern  Division  of  the  Erie  R.  R.,  and  resides  in  Port  Jervis, 
N.  v.,  unmarried. 

5525  GEORGE  FARGO  JEWETT  (Edward"'*,  Jonas'"%  Nehe- 
miali^^",  Neheniiah"'*,  Joseph*",  Nehcniiah**,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Sangerville,  Me.,  June  13,  IH^Ji.  He  married  in  Dexter,  Me.,  Phcbe  J. 
Weymouth,  daugliter  of  Jenkins  J.  Weymouth.  He  was  a  soldier  in  the 
Civil  War;  enlisted  in  the  2d  Maine  Cavalry  and  was  transferred  to  Co.  K, 
8th  Maine  Inft.  He  witnessed  the  surrender  of  Gen.  Lee  and  was  mustered 
out  of  the  service  in  Augusta,  Me.,  Jan.  25,  1866.  After  the  war  he  settled 
on  a  farm  in  Sangerville,  but  on  account  of  ill  health  was  forced  to  retire 
and  now  resides  in  Exeter,  Me. 

Children,  born  in  Sangerville,  Me.: 
8104.      Carl  E.,  born  Nov.  18,  1869.     Residence,  Exeter,  Me. 

8105  Maude  M.,  born  May  1,  1871.  Residence,  Exeter,  Me. 

5530  JANE  S.  HUNNEWELL  (Mary"-%  Jonas'"%  Nehemiah"% 
Nehemiah"^®,  Joseph®^,  Nehemiah'®,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  Dec.  7, 
1835.  She  married  in  Bangor,  Me.,  in  I860,  Shepard  Hunnewell  of  Solon, 
Me.     They  reside  in  Skowhegan,  Me. 

Children: 

8106  Lilly,  born  Aug.  31,  1864. 

8107  Wifliam,  bom  April  7,  1867. 

8108  Cora,  born  Nov.  6,  1870. 

8109  Lena,  born  Jan.  31,   1873. 

5533  MARTHA  FRANCES  HUNNEWELL  (Mary'''°,  Jonas'"% 
Nehemiah'^®,  Nehemiah"",  Joseph®^,  Nehemiah'^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
born  ]March  24,  1841.  She  married  April  10,  1861,  George  Frederick  Smith, 
who  was  born  in  Somersworth,  N.  H.,  June  24,  1839. 

Children: 

8110  Grace  Ella,  bom  May  25,  1863;  died  June  5,  1863. 

8111  William,  born  Jan.  5,  1867;  married  June  9,  1887,  Agnes  Hopkins. 

One  child,  George  Russell,  born  May  15,  1888. 

8112  Alice  Frances,  born  Dec.  12,  1869;  married  July  21,  1898,  George 

Ansel  Austin.     One  child,  Elva  Prime,  born  Doc.  16,  1905. 

5537  REUEL  JEWETT  (SewalP'=',  Jones"",  Nehemiah"', 
Nehemiah*^®,  Joseph"',  Nehemiah'^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Solon.  Me.,  Feb.  10,  1838.  He  married  Mary  Stilkey.  He  served  two 
years  and  six  months  in  the  Civil  War  in  Co.  E,  2d  Maine  Regt.,  and  was  in 


810  Jewett  Genealogy 

the  first  and  second  Bull  Run  battles.     After  the  war  he  settled  in  Bath, 
Me.,  removed  to  Brunswick,  Me.,  and  now  resides  in  Harding,  Me. 

Children: 

8113  Sewall,  born  in  Bath,  Me.,  March  12,  1869;  married  May  8,  1893, 

Nellie  Edwards.  They  reside  in  Bath.  Two  children,  Charles 
Reuel,  and  Bert  Nealy. 

8114  Annie,   born   in   Brunswick,   Me.,   Aug.    22,    1865;   married    Clinton 

Haley. 

5538  JANE  SYMONDS  JEWETT  (SewalP'",  Jonas'"%  Nehe- 
miah^^",  Nehemiah"%  Joseph^'*,  Nehemiah^®,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Solon,  Me.,  April  11,  1840.  She  married  in  Skowhegan,  Me.,  Feb.  4, 
1864,  Edward  Orlando  Vittum,  who  was  born  in  Sandwich,  N.  H.,  Nov.  24, 
1841,  son  of  Orlando  Weed  and  Hannah  (Cook)  Vittum.  They  reside  in 
Concord,  Me.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Concord,  Me.: 

8115  LilHan  May,  bom  July  3,  1865;  married  in  North  Anson,  Me.,  Aug. 

12,  1884,  Thomas  Abishia  Towne,  who  was  born  in  Concord  June 
16,  1857,  son  of  Abishia  and  Desire  (Warren)  Towne.  They  re- 
side in  Concord.  Two  children,  Ivie  May,  born  June  14,  1885, 
and  Ervin  Earle,  born  Sept.  12,  1888. 

8116  Sewall  Franklin,  born  Oct.  8,  1868;  married  in  Concord  Sept.   18, 

1892,  Lydia  Eudella  Thompson,  who  was  born  in  Concord  Feb. 
20,  1875,  daughter  of  Octavus  and  Lizzie  Ann  (Robinson)  Thomp- 
son. He  is  a  farmer  in  Concord.  Two  children,  Octavus  Mearle, 
born  Nov.  30,  1893,  and  Jennie  Mabel,  bom  July  12,  1896. 

8117  Edwin  Ellsworth,  born  May  6,  1875;  married  in  Solon,  Me.,  Nov. 

15,  1902,  Mima  Abigail  Briggs,  who  was  born  in  Carrying  Place 
Plantation,  Me.,  March  30,  1881,  daughter  of  Cyms  T.  and 
Lorinda  F.   (Later)   Briggs.     He  is  a  farmer  in  Concord. 

8118  Susie  Jane,  bom  June  17,  1879 ;  married  in  Concord  Aug.  24,  1901, 

Thomas  Howes,  who  was  born  in  Concord  June  10,  1872,  son  of 
Luther  Edwin  and  Matilda  (Chase)  Howes.  They  reside  in  Con- 
cord, where  he  is  a  farmer. 

5539  LUCRETIA  ROXANA  JEWETT  (SewalP^'S  Jonas"'^  Nehe- 
miah"%  Nehemiah"^  Joseph"',  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Solon,  Me.,  Sept.  5,  1842.  She  married  in  Skowhegan,  Me.,  Nov.  11, 
1861,  Alvin  Heald,  who  was  bom  in  Solon  Nov.  15,  1834,  son  of  Oliver  and 
Hannah  (Rand)  Heald.  They  reside  in  Solon,  where  he  is  a  farmer  and  a 
member  of  the  Grange. 

Children,  born  vn  Solon,  Me.: 

8119  Cora,  born  April  2,  1868;  died  Nov.  28,  1878. 


Ninth  Generation  811 

8120  Alvin   Carroll,  born  Aug.  17,  1876;  nmrrled  Lena  M.  Jewett   (see 

8138). 

5541  CHALMUS  HAKLOW  JEWETT  (SewalP'-'S  Jonas^"%  Nehe- 
miah'^",  Nehemiah*",  Joseph"',  XclRMniah'**,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Solon,  Me.,  March  28,  1848.  He  married  there  July  4,  1875,  Flora  Dell 
Jacknian,  wiio  was  born  in  Solon  July  16,  1856,  daughter  of  Eli  and  Hannah 
J.  (Hunnewell)  Jacknian.  He  was  a  farmer  in  Solon,  where  he  died  Aug. 
17,  1896. 

Children,  horn  in  Solon,  Me.: 

8121  Lottie  Flora,  born  Sept.  2,  1878;  married  in  Solon  April  21,  1896, 

William  A.  R.  Hcald,  who  was  born  in  Solon  ]\Lay  10,  1869,  son 
of  Alden  and  Sarai  Cushing  (Thurston)  Hcald.  They  reside  in 
Solon,  where  he  is  a  farmer.  Children,  Eldred  Chahnus,  born 
Jan.  29,  1898,  and  Flora  Sarai,  born  July  16,  1901. 

8122  Lillie   Sylvester,   born   April   12,   1880;   married   in   Solon   Aug.    12, 

1899,  Joseph  Andrew  ]\Icrrill,  who  was  born  in  ]\Ioscow,  jNIe., 
March  17,  1876,  son  of  Cornelius  Allen  and  Lillie  Estelle  (Bas- 
sett)  jMerrill.     They  reside  in  Solon,  where  he  is  a  clerk. 

5542  MAHALA  ANN  JEWETT  (Sewell"-\  Jonas"'\  Nehemiah"% 
Nehemiah"'-,  Joseph"",  Nehemiah^®,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  l)orn  in 
Solon,  Me.,  Oct.  10,  1850.  She  married  John  Brennin.  They  reside  in 
Roseville,  ]\Iinn. 

Children: 

8123  Viola  M.,  born  . 

8124  James  H.,  born . 

8125  Grace  M.,  born  . 

8126  Blanche  L.,  bom  . 

8127  John  H.,  born  . 


5543  WILLIAM  JEWETT  (Rufus"=^  Jonas'=",  Nehemiah"", 
Nehemiah"'*,  Joseph"'^,  Nehemiah^®,  Joseph"*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Solon,  Me.,  Dec.  3,  1851.  He  married  there  Sept.  16,  1870,  Mary  T.  Rice, 
who  was  born  in  Solon  Sept.  16,  1849,  daughter  of  Moses  and  Martha  A. 
(Scelley)  Rice.  They  settled  in  Solon  and  removed  to  Skowhegan,  Me., 
where  they  now  reside  and  where  he  is  a  carpenter. 

Children,  horn  in  Solon,  Me.: 

8128  Nellie  M.,   bom   July   23,   1871;   married    Herman    L.   Dow.      They 

reside  in  Worcester,  Mass.,  where  he  is  an  architect. 

8129  Viola   A.,   born   July    13,    1873;   married   Charles   A.    Bums.      They 

reside  in  Skowliegan,  Me.,  where  he  is  in  the  furniture  business. 

8130  William  R.,  bom  April  16,  1877.     He  is  in  the  Worcester  Market, 

Worcester,  Mass. 


812  Jewett  Genealogy 

5548  FRANCES  JEWETT  (Nathan^^",  Nathan^''*,  Nehemlah"% 
Nehemiah"^^,  Joseph^',  Nehcmiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
South  Solon,  Me.,  June  27,  1835.  She  married  Prescott  Thurston,  who 
was  born  in  Madison,  ]\Ie.,  in  1833,  son  of  Jonathan  and  Lucinda  (Emerson) 
Thurston.  He  enhsted  for  the  Civil  War  in  the  26th  Regt.,  Butler's  Bri- 
gade, from  Boston,  Mass.,  and  died  in  the  Army.  Mrs.  Thurston  married 
second,  Joseph  Wille}^,  and  died  in  Lynnfield,  Mass.,  Nov.  19,  1882. 

Children  by  first  husband: 

8131  Willis  Prescott,  born  ;  died  in  infancy. 

8132  Florence  Harrington,  bom  ;  died  in  infancy. 

8133  Clara,  bom  July  6,  I860. 

8134  Lillian  Frances,  born  April  23,  1862 ;  married  Oct.  26,  1882,  William 

Edward  Shannessy,  who  was  born  July  24,  1860,  son  of  James  C. 
and  Celia  (Scelley)  Shannessy  of  Wrentham,  Mass.  He  is  a 
jeweler  in  Matteawan,  N.  Y.  Two  children,  Prescott  William,  bom 
in  Wrentham  Aug.  10,  1883,  and  James  H.,  born  Aug.  3,  1884. 

5554  ALBERT  KENDALL  JEWETT  (Calvin'^'^  Nathan^^^*,  Nehe- 
miah'^®,  Nehemiah"^^,  Joseph®^,  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Solon,  Me.,  Aug.  21,  1841.  He  married  in  Skowhegan,  Me.,  by  Rev. 
Samuel  Bickford,  April  25,  1871,  Livona  French  Pierce,  who  was  bom  in 
Moscow,  Me.,  May  8,  1846,  daughter  of  Simon  and  Betsey  (Graves)  Pierce. 
They  reside  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  where  he  was  a  farmer  for  a  number  of  years. 
He  later  was  a  millwright  and  became  Tax  Collector  of  that  city,  and  is 
now  City  Liquor  Agent. 

Child: 

8135  Sarah  M.,  born  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  April  23,  1875.     She  is  a  teacher 

in  one  of  the  public  schools  of  Gardiner. 

5556  LYMAN  CALVIN  JEWETT  (Calvin"2^  Nathan^^^*,  Nehe- 
miah^^®,  Nehemiah^^^,  Joseph''^  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Solon,  Me.,  Dec.  30,  1846.  He  married  in  Embden,  Me.,  by  Rev.  E.  N. 
Smith,  June  14,  1877,  Luella  S.  Boothby,  daughter  of  Thaddeus  F.  and 
Philena  (Felker)  Boothby.  They  reside  in  Solon,  where  he  is  a  farmer,  a 
member  of  the  Masonic  Order  and  the  Patrons  of  Husbandry.  He  has  been 
a  Selectman,  a  Justice  of  the  Peace,  and  a  School  Commissioner  of  his  town, 
and  is  a  member  of  the  Congregational  Church. 

Children,  born  in  Solon,  Me.: 

8136  Cecil  T.,  born  May   20,   1878;   married  June   2,   1905,   Elsie   May 

Brown. 

8137  Albert  C,  born  June  27,  1880;  died  in  Solon  May  7,  1903. 

8138  Lena  M.,  born  Oct.  22,  1882;  married  Aug.  16,  1902,  Alvin  C.  Heald 

(see  8120).     Their  child,  Albert  Carroll,  bom  April  22,  1904. 


Ninth  Generation  813 

8139  Lula  T.,  born  Sept.  8,  188-i. 

8140  Lucy  M.,  born  Aug.  6,  1888. 

8141  Hazen  L.,  bom  July  16,  1893. 

5563  SUMNER  JEWETT  (Andrew"",  Nathan^*",  Nehemiab"% 
Nehemiah'""*',  Joseph®^,  Ncliemiah**,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Solon,  Me.,  March  30,  1853.  He  married  in  Augusta,  Me.,  Dec.  3,  1877, 
Flora  Estelle  Heath  of  Augusta.  They  reside  in  Boston,  Mass.,  where  he 
is  a  mechanic. 

Child: 

8142  Elton  Sumner,  born  in  Augusta,  Me.,  Feb.  21,  1879;  married  Aug.; 

10,  1900,  Joanna  Barry,  who  was  born  in  London,  England,  March 
1,  1880,  daughter  of  James  Sylvester  and  Mary  (Adams)  Barry. 
He  graduated  from  Tuft's  Dental  College  and  is  now  practicing 
in  Plymouth.  ]Mass.  Two  children,  Myrticc  Eleanor,  bom  in 
Boston,  Mass.,  Nov.  25,  1902,  and  Elton  Sumner,  bom  in  Boston, 
July  30,  1901. 

5566  HOWARD  LESLIE  JEWETT  (Andrew^*^",  Nathan"",  Nehe- 
miah"®,  Nehemialr'^,  Joseph"',  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Solon,  :Me.,  Sept.  11,  1864.  He  married  Nov.  10,  1886,  Mrs.  Ella  N. 
Spear,  daughter  of  Edward  and  Sarah  Savage  of  Madison,  Me.  They  re- 
side on  the  old  homestead  in  South  Solon,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Childre7i,  horn  in  Solon,  Me.: 

8143  Andrew  Arthur,  born  Feb.  23,  1888. 

8144  Grace  Elva,  born  May  29,  1889. 

5567  GEORGE  WYIVIAN  (Sarah"-''%  Nathan^"*,  Nehemiah'^% 
Nehcmiah"^*,  Joseph*',  Nehemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born  in 
Bloomficld,  Me.,  April  13,  1845.  He  married  in  Somerset,  Mass.,  Nov.  20, 
1867,  Mary  Gray  Cleveland,  who  was  born  in  Somerset  April  15,  1842, 
daughter  of  Benjamin  and  Hannah  (Gray)  Cleveland.  They  settled  in 
Skowhegan,  Me.,  and  removed  to  Dorchester,  Mass.,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children,  born  in  Skowhegan,  Me.: 

8145  Joseph  Gray,  born  Juno  27,  1869;  married   Sept.  3,  1901,  Afartha 

Nichols  Hobart,  who  was  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Feb.  11,  1871, 
daughter  of  William  and  Martha  S.  (Nichols)  Hobart.  They 
reside  in  Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y.,  where  Mr.  Wymaii  is  a  public  ac- 
countant with  his  office  in  New  York  City.  Two  children,  bom  in 
Mt.  Vernon,  Arthur  Hobart,  born  Jan.  23,  1903,  and  George  Fran- 
cis, born  Oct.  10,  1906. 

8146  Edward  Cleveland,  born   April  7,  1871  ;  married   in  Pasadena,  Cal., 

Nov.    17,    1898,    T,ydia    Mary    Baker,    who    was   born    in    Boston, 


81 4<  Jewett  Genealogy 

Mass.,  Dec,  1,  1865.  They  reside  in  Hopkinton,  Mass.  Two 
children,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Harold  Vose,  born  Dec.  8,  1902, 
and  Theodore  Cleveland,  born  April  2,  1904. 

8147  George  Harrison,  born  Aug.  19,  1873;  married  in  Manchester,  Vt., 

July   14,  1900,  Grace  May  Hubbard,  who  was  born  Oct.  , 

1872.     They  reside  in  Dorchester,  Mass. 

8148  Margaret  Lee,  bom  Nov.  30,  1874;  residence,  Dorchester,  Mass. 

8149  Eva  Lena,  born  Nov.  28,  1876;  residence,  Dorchester,  Mass. 

8150  Mabel  Avis,  born  May  15,  1878;  residence,  Dorchester,  Mass. 

8151  Wilbur  Francis,  bom  Dec.  7,  1880;  residence,  Dorchester,  Mass. 

5570  GERTRUDE  G.  JEWETT  (Otis  P.^^",  x\heV''\  Nehe- 
miah^^*^,  Nehemiah"'*,  Joseph^'^,  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph^,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  New  York  City  in  1830.  She  married  Charles  P.  Currie,  a  broker  of  New 
York,  and  died  there. 

Children,  born  m  New  York  City: 

8152  Fred,  born  . 

8153  Charles  H.,  born  . 

8154  Lindley,  born  . 

8155  Joseph  M.,  born . 

8156  William,  born  . 


8157  Gertrude  G.,  bom  . 

5571  WALTER  JEWETT  (Otis  P.'^",  AbeP'='%  Nehemiah''% 
Nehemiah"*,  Joseph^^,  Nehemiah^'',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bora  in 
New  York  City  in  1834.  He  married  Minnie  Rosenburn.  They  lived  in 
Cumberland,  Md.,  where  he  died. 

Children,  horn  in  Cumberland,  Md.: 

8158  Otis  Parker,  born  ;  resides  in  Cumberland. 

8159  Gertmde  G.,  born ;  married  Thomas  F.  McGlone.     They  reside 

in   Cumberland,  where  he  is  President  of  the  Cumberland  Basin 
Coal  Co. 

8160  Florence,  born  ;  died  young. 

5572  GLEASON  JEWETT  (Otis  P.''",  Aber"^  Nehemiah"% 
Nehemiah-",  Joseph^%  Nehemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
New  York  City  March  5,  1837.  He  married  in  Hudson,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  1,  1877, 
Josephine  S.  Olcutt,  daughter  of  Herman  and  Almira  S.  (Carpenter)  01- 
cutt.     They  reside  in  Baltimore,  Md. 

Children: 

8161  Edith  A.,  born  in  Hudson,  N.  Y.,  Jan.   1,  1878;  married  May  7, 

1902,  John  A.  Lewis.     They  reside  in  Clarksburg,  W.  Va.     One 
child,  Edith,  born   in   Baltimore,  Md.,  May  31,  1904. 

8162  Clarence,  bom  in  Cumberland,  Md.,  June  2,  1883;  resides  in  Balti- 

more. 


Ninth  Generation  815 

8163  Olcutt  A.,  born  in  Cumberland,  Md.,  Oct.  27,  1890;  resides  in  Balti- 

more. 

8164  Cla^i;on,  born  in  Cumberland,  Md.,  Sept.  18,  1892;  resides  in  Balti- 

more. 

5574.  NOAH  ELIHU  STEARNS  (Direxa'''%  Solomon'"",  David'*", 
Nehemiah'*'^,  Joseph®^,  Nehemiah'**,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Townsend,  Mass.,  Feb.  20,  1831.  He  married  Mary  Ann  Stickney  and  re- 
sided in  Townsend,  where  he  died  in  1868.     She  died  in  1870. 

Children,  born  in  Toivnscnd,  Mass.: 

8165  Thirza  Ann,  born  Dec.  31,  1853;  married  Oct.  16,  1871,  Nathaniel 

P.  Clough.     She  died  in  TowTisend  March  31,  1880.     One  child, 
Ellen  Frances,  born . 

8166  Mary  Emma,  born  June  17,  1858;  married  Sept.  20,  1885,  Frank 

Orville  IMorse.     They  reside  in  Lawrence,  i\Iass.      Three  children, 
Susie,  Harold,  who  died  aged  seven  years,  and  Stearns. 

8167  Clara  Almira,  bom  Oct.  24,  1862;  married  Oct.  21,  1886,  Carlton 

Merrill  Craig.      They   reside  in   Townsend. 

8168  Arthur  Elihu,  bom  Oct.'  29,  1867 ;  died  in  Townsend,  July  16,  1882. 

1 

5575  SOLOMON  JEWETT  STEARNS  (Direxa"",  Solomon'"% 
David'*",  Nehemiah"'*,  Joseph®^,  Nehcmiah'^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Townsend,  Mass.,  May  19,  1833.  He  married  Elvira  Davis  Shattuck. 
They  reside  in  Tow^nsend. 

Children,  horn  in  Toxtmsend,  Mass.: 

8169  Jennie    Elvira,    bom    Jan.    4,    1862;    married    Oct.    4,    1902,    John 

Stevens,  who  was  born  in  Scotland.     They  reside  in  Lynn,  Mass. 

8170  Fred  E.,  born  July  12,  1864;  died  Oct.  11,  1867. 

8171  Lilla  Eva,  born  Dec.  10,  1865.     Resides  in  Townsend,  unmarried. 

8172  Lucy  Direxa,  born  June  14,  1867.     Resides  in  Townsend,  unmarried. 

8173  Herbert  Solomon,  bom  June  7,  1873;  married  Sept.  16,  1899,  Eva 

Maud  Sherrin.     They  reside  in  Townsend.     Two  children,  Ruth 
Elvira,  born  Feb.  20,  1900,  and  Mildred  E.,  born  March  8,  1901. 

5576  DH^EXA  ELIZABETH  STEARNS  (Direxa"",  Solomon"'% 
David'***,  Nehcmiah-'*,  Joseph"',  Nchcmiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Townsend,  Mass.,  July  15,  1835.  She  married  Varnum  B.  Mead.  They 
resided  in  Boxboro,  Mass.     She  died  in  Somervillc,  Mass. 

Children : 

8174  George   Vamum,   born   ;    married   .      One    child,    Francis, 

born  ,  1885. 


816  Jewett  Genealogy 

8175  Fred    Stearns,    bom    ;    married    .     Two    children,    Fred 

Stearns,  and  Edward. 

8176  Adelbert  F.,  bom  .     Resides  in  West  Somerville,  Mass. 

5597  ALVAH  FRANKLIN  STICKNEY  (Alvah'^",  Abigail"", 
David"*%  Nehemiah"%  Joseph®%  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Townsend,  Mass.,  Sept.  24,  1833.  He  married  in  Lawrence,  Mass.,  May. 
8,  1862,  Mary  E.  Martin,  who  was  bom  in  Weare,  N.  H.,  April  11,  1835, 
daughter  of  Daniel  and  Hannah  F.  (Sargent)  Martin.  They  reside  in 
West  Townsend,  Mass.,  where  Mr.  Stickney  is  a  Civil  Engineer, 

Children: 

8177  Herman  Lawrence,  born  in  Townsend,  Mass.,  June  7,  1863;  married 

S.  Eva  Kemp.     They  reside  in  West  Townsend. 

8178  Elmer  Martin,  bom  in  Townsend,  Mass.,  March  1,  1865 ;  died  there 

June  27,  1889. 

8179  Frank  Willis,  bom  in  Athens,  Pa.,  May  25,   1874.     He  resides  in 

Townsend,  where  he  is  a  Civil  Engineer. 

5598  DR.  ALONZO  LAWRENCE  STICKNEY  (Alvah^^«^  Abigail"", 
David^*",  Nehemiah"%  Joseph''^  Nehemiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Townsend,  Mass.,  May  26,  1835.  He  married  there  Nov.  6,  1867, 
Elizabeth  A.  Hill,  daughter  of  James  D.  and  Mary  E.  (Simmons)  Hill. 

Dr.  Stickney  was  educated  in.  the  public  schools  of  Townsend,  the 
Milford,  N.  H.,  High  School,  the  Appleton  Academy  of  New  Ipswich,  N.  H., 
and  studied  medicine  with  his  uncle,  Dr.  S.  S.  Stickney.  He  attended  lec- 
tures at  Dartmouth  College  and  graduated  from  Harvard  College  in  1862. 
He  settled  in  Sutton,  Mass.,  and  in  the  spring  of  1864  was  appointed  Acting 
Assisting  Surgeon  in  the  U.  S.  Army  and  was  in  the  service  until  1866. 
He  then  returned  to  Sutton  and  continued  in  practice  until  June,  1866,  when 
he  removed  to  Ashburnham,  Mass.,  where  he  now  resides.  Dr.  Stickney  is  a 
member  of  the  Worcester  South  Medical  Society,  the  Massachusetts  Medical 
Society  and  the  I.  O.  O.  F. 

Child: 

8180  Louis  Simmons,  bom  in  Ashburnham,  Mass.,  Feb.  22,  1892. 

5599  ELLEN  STICKNEY  (Alvah"°^  Abigail"",  David'*",  Nehe- 
miah"",  Joseph''%  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Townsend, 
Mass.,  Dec.  5,  1837.  She  married  Nov.  20,  1864,  Adolph  M.  Leve,  who 
died  in  1903.     She  resides  in  Townsend. 

Children: 

8181  Alvah  M.,  born .     He  is  a  lawyer  in  Fitchburg,  Mass.     Changed 

his  name  to  Levy. 

8182  Maurice,  born  .     He  is  a  Baptist  minister  in  Mcdford,  Mass. 


Ninth  Generation  817 

5600  EVEREl^r  STICKNEY  (Alvah"''%  Abigail"",  David'^%  Nehe- 
miah"*,  Joseph®'*,  Nehenuah*%  Joseph\  Edward'),  was  born  in  Townsend, 
Mass.,  Oct.  9,  1839.  He  married  in  Milford,  N.  H.,  Oct.  8,  1863,  Georgia 
E.  Center,  daughter  of  George  M.  and  Mary  A.  (Willoby)  Center.  They 
reside  in  Milford. 

Children,  born  In  Milford,  X.  H.: 

8183  Fred  A.,  bom  Sept.  25,  1865;  married  in  Milford,  Jan.  2,  1888, 
Mabel  G.  Burdick,  who  was  born  in  Milford  Sept.  8,  1866,  daugh- 
ter of  Edwin  C.  and  Ann  E.  (Gray)  Burdick.  They  reside  in 
Milford,  where  he  is  a  mechanic.  Two  children,  Marion  Natalie, 
born  Nov.  22,  1888,  and  Ethelyn  Gertrude,  born  Aug.  18,  1890. 

8184)  Grace  Gertrude,  bom  Nov.  7,  1873;  married  George  F.  Jewett  (see 
5-i23). 

5602  LOIS  ELIZABETH  STICKNEY  (Alvah^'S  Abigail"*\ 
David'*^  Nehemiah''*,  Joseph''',  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Townsend,  Mass.,  Feb.  7,  1845.     She  married  Simeon  A.  Rockwood,  who 

died  .     She  married  second,  Prof.  James  E.  Vose.     He  died .     She 

resides  in  Cambridge,  Mass. 


8185  Alvah,  born 

8186  Lizzie,  born 


8187  James,  bom 

8188  John,  bom  - 

8189  Mary,  born  - 


Children  by  first  husband. 


Children,  by  second  husband: 


5603  AMBROSE  GROSVENOR  STICKNEY  (Alvah^'",  Abigair"\ 
David'*%  Nehemiah"^,  Joseph''^  Nehemiah'^  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Townsend,  Mass.,  May  1,  1847.  He  married  Helen  E.  Sawyer,  and  died 
m  Clinton,  Mass.,  in  1902.     His  widow  resides  in  Clinton. 

Childreti: 

8190  Ethel  M.,  bom  . 

8191  Grosvenor  W.,  bom ;  married  April  5,  1904,  Nellie  A.  Call. 

8192  Abbott,  born . 

5604  CLARENCE  STICKNEY  (Alvah""',  Abigail'"",  David'*", 
Nehemialr'\  Joseph"',  Nehcmiah'*',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Town- 
send,  Mass.,  May  4,  1851.  He  married  Carrie  F.  Sawtelle.  They  reside 
in  West  Townsend,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  manufacturer  of  lumber  and  copper 
stock,  also  a  dealer  in  hav,  grain  and  coal. 


818  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children,  bom  in  Toxemsend,  Mass. : 

8193  Charles  B.,  born ;  married  Hattie  Lawrence  and  resides  in  West 

Townsend. 

8194  Agnes  W.,  bom . 

5605  CHARLES  ARTHUR  STICKNEY  (Alvah^^«%  Abigail"", 
David^'%  Nehemiah'-'%  Joseph°^  Nehemiah^^  Joseph'',  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Townsend,  Mass.,  May  4,  1851.  He  married  Clara  Stickney  of  Fitch- 
burg,  Mass.  They  reside  on  the  old  Stickney  homestead  in  Townsend.  He 
is  a  manufacturer  of  lumber. 

Children : 

8195  Clarence,  bom  . 

8196  Maude,  born  ;  married  Fred  Follansbee. 

8197  Blanche,  bom  . 

5608  ABBIE  ANNAH  STICKNEY  (Alvah"«%  Abigail"",  David'", 
Nehemiah-^%  Joseph''^  Nehemiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Town- 
send,  Mass.,  Oct.  15,  1858.  She  married  William  O.  Loveland.  They  re- 
side in  Ashby,  Mass.,  where  he  is  in  the  lumber  business. 

Children: 


8198  Irving,  born  .  ' 

8199  Harold,  bom  . 

8200  Lois  E.,  bom  . 

8201  A  daughter,  born  . 

5630  JOHN  ANDREW  FAMES  (Susan  M."'"',  Susan"",  Edmund"S 
Jedediah"%  Joseph^^  Nehemiah^%  Joseph%  Edward^),  was  born  in  North- 
boro,  Mass.,  March  15,  1846.  He  married  there  Nov.  26,  1867,  Abbie  Cor- 
nelia Warren  and  resides  in  Northboro. 

Children,  horn  in  Northboro,  Mass.: 

8202  Alice  Cornelia,  born  . 

8203  Frank  Warren,  born  . 

5631  ELLEN  MARIE  FAMES  (Susan  M.'^",  Susan"",  Ed- 
mund"S  Jedediah"%  Joseph»%  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Northboro,  Mass.,  May  19,  1848.  She  married  Jan.  16,  1873,  Edgar 
Pierce  Larkin,  who  was  born  in  Berlin,  Mass.,  May  5,  1853,  son  of  Otis  L. 
and  Charlotte  (Pierce)  Larkin  of  Portland,  Me.  They  reside  in  Hudson, 
Mass.,  where  he  is  in  the  lumber  business. 

Children,  born  in  Hudson,  Mass.: 

8204  Lelia  Isabel,  bora  March  20,  1874 ;  married  in  Hudson  June  4,  1900, 


Ninth  Generation  819 

G.  Woodbury  Parker.     They  reside  in  Hudson.     One  child,  Lloyd 
Larkin,  born  July  11,  1901. 

8205  Edgar  Lester,  born  July  27,  1879. 

5633  JOHN  HENRY  BLOOD  (John  E.""^  Susan'"%  Edmund"', 
Jedediah"^®,  Joseph"'\  Nehcniiali'^,  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  born  in  Peppcrcll, 
Mass.,  March  6,  1856.  He  married  Jan.  25,  1878,  Nellie  ]Maria  Winn,  who 
was  bom  in  Peppcrell  April  6,  1859,  daughter  of  Charles  Hezekiah  and 
Sarah  Elizabeth  (Shattuck)  Winn.  They  reside  in  Pcppercll,  where  he  is  a 
farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Peppcrell,  Mass.: 

8206  John  Estus,  born  Nov.  20,  1879. 

8207  Lida   Elizabeth,   bom   Dec.    29,    1881  ;    married    in   Nashua,   N.   H., 

Aug.  ,  1902,  Albert  W.  Wood.     Two  children,  Raymond  and 

Helen  G. 

8208  Alice  G.,  bora  May  22,  1882;  married  in  Hudson,  Mass.,  Aug. , 

1902,  Julius  D.  Greenwood.     One  child,  William  Roger. 

8209  Antoinette  Louise,  bom  Feb.  17,  1887. 

8210  Harland  Henry,  born  May  3,  1890. 

8211  Ernest  Charles,  born  Oct.'  19,  1892. 

8212  ^larjoric  May,  born  March  9,  1895. 

8213  Dorothy  Helen,  born  June  26,  1897. 
8214.  Caroline  Gertrude,  born  Feb.  25,  1901. 

5634  FLORENCE  ELIZA  BLOOD  (John  E."",  Susan"'%  Ed- 
mund^''', Jedediah*^",  Joscph^^,  Nehemiah'^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Pepperell,  ^lass.,  April  3,  1864.  She  married  June  8,  1887,  Samuel  C. 
Swain.     They  reside  in  Mt.  View,  N.  Y. 

Children: 

8215  George  Frederick,  bom  April  22,  1891. 

8216  Florence  Merle,  bom  Feb.  19,  1893. 

8217  Harold  Samuel,  bom  Jan.  7,  1899. 

5636  GEORGE  CORTLAND  SHATTUCK  JEWETT  (George  A."'*, 
Edmund"",  Edmund"',  Jcdediah"",  Joseph»^  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Ed- 
ward'), was  born  in  Lunenburg,  Mass.,  July  4,  1846.  He  married  there, 
Dec.  24,  1870,  Julia  Ann  Howard.  Mr.  Jewett  ser\'ed  in  the  Union  Army 
■through  the  Civil  War.     Resides  in  Lunenburg. 

Children,  born  in  Lunenburg,  Mass.,  except  frst: 

8218  Hattie  Spaulding,  born   in  Leominster,  Mass.,   Feb.    1,    1875;   died 

there  Nov.  23,  1876. 

8219  Nellie  May,  born  May  1,  1880. 

8220  Arthur  Howard,  bom  May  11,  1883. 

8221  John  Allen,  born  Dec.  22,  1895. 

5637  MARY  EULALIA  JEWETT  (George  A."'"*,  Edmund'"',  Ed- 


820  Jewett  Genealogy 

mund"S  Jedediah"'^,  Joseph^%  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom 
in  Dracut,  Mass.,  Feb.  27,  1849.  She  married  in  Lunenburg,  Mass.,  by 
Rev.  W.  H.  Dowden,  April  27,  1870,  George  Frankhn  Chapman  of  Shirley 
Village,  Mass.,  who  was  born  in  Shirley  Village  Dec.  5,  1849.  They  reside 
in  Marlboro,  Mass. 

Children : 

8222  Eulalia  Elizabeth,  born  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  Feb.  8,  1871 ;  married  in 

Danvers,  Mass.,  Aug.  31,  1892,  Edwin  DeWitt  Adams.  They 
have  two  adopted  children,  viz.,  Lester  Waldo,  bom  June  12,  1897, 
adopted  Dec.  26,  1899;  and  Marion  Elvira,  bom  April  23,  1901, 
adopted  Nov.  10,  1902. 

8223  Wesley  Franklin,  born  in  Fitchburg,  iNIass.,  March  28,  1873;  mar- 

ried in  Williamstown,  Vt.,  Feb.  7,  1894,  Mary  Sophia  Reed.  They 
have  one  adopted  child,  viz.,  Lillian  May,  born  Sept.  12,  1899 ; 
adopted  April  23,  1901. 

8224  William   Jew-ett,   born   in   Salem,   Mass.,   July    4,    1875;   married   in 

Wobum,  Mass.,  July  1,  1896,  Susan  Annastasia  Horrigan.  Two 
children,  Gertrude  Frances,  bom  Nov.  8,  1897,  and  Earl  Rogers, 
bora  April  30,  1903. 

8225  Everett  Brown,  bom  in  Shirley  Village,  Mass.,  Oct.  12,  1877 ;  mar- 

ried in  Somerville,  Mass.,  March  29,  1899,  Lilla  Gertrude  Smith. 

8226  Laura  May,  born  in  Shirley  Village,  Mass.,  Jan.  21,  1879;  died  in 

Moberly,  Mo.,  July  14,  1879. 

8227  Francis  Eastman,  bom  in  Maiden,  Mass.,  Feb.  4,  1889. 

5640  EDMUND  DANA  JEWETT  (George  A.^^'\  Edmund'"%  Ed- 
mund^^\  Jedediah^^^,  Joseph®^,  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Lunenburg,  Mass.,  Feb.  20,  I860.  ^He  married,  by  Rev.  Sargent,  in 
Brookline,  N.  H.,  June  4,  1884,  Laura  Estella  Gibson,  who  was  bom  irk 
Rindge,  N.  H.,  April  6,  1863.     They  reside  in  Hudson,  Mass. 

Children : 

8228  Sidney  Edmund,  bom  Nov.  9,  1885 ;  died  in  Hudson,  Mass.,  June  5,, 

1893. 

8229  Roland  Carol,  born  May  13,  1888. 

5643  LIZZIE  FAIRBANKS  JEWETT  (William  B.'^'^  Edmund"'% 
Edmund"',  Jedediah-'%  Joseph®',  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Pepperell,  Mass.,  March  20,  1860.  She  married  Nov.  6,  1879,  Warren 
Hartshorn  Adams,  who  was  born  in  Medfield,  Mass.,  Nov.  6,  1854,  son  of 
Lowell  and  Cally  (Hartshorn)  Adams.  They  reside  in  Medfield,  where  he 
is  a  machinist. 

Children,  horn  in  Medfield,  Mass. : 

8230  Chester  Clark,  born  Jan.  17,  1883. 

8231  Bessie  Frances,  born  Oct.  21,  1886. 


NiKTH  Generation  821 

5645  HENRY  LAWRENCE  JEWETT  (Henry  A.""",  Henry"«°,  Ed- 
mund^^'S  Jcdcdiiih"'",  Joseph"'',  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Northboro,  Mass.,  April  22,  1851.  He  married  Sept.  15,  1875,  Ellen 
Gra}'  Adams,  dauf^hter  of  Solomon  and  Adeline  (Dana)  Adams.  She  died 
in  Auburndale,  Mass.,  April  1,  1895.  Mr.  Jewett  is  Secretary  of  the  In- 
ternational Trust  Co.,  of  Boston,  Mass.,  and  with  his  children  resides  in 
Auburndale. 

Children  : 

8232  Lawrence  Adams,  born  in  Auburndale,  Mass.,  April  27,  1881 ;  died 

there  Oct.  6,  1901. 

8233  Margaret  Ellen,  bom  in  Auburndale,  Mass.,  Aug.  3,  1883. 

8234  Marion  Douglass,  born  in  Auiiurndale,  Mass.,  Feb.  22,  1885. 

8235  Gertmde  Adeline,  born  in  Fitchburg,  Mass.,  Sept.  10,  1887. 

8236  Henry  Dana,  bora  in  Auburndale,  Mass.,  July  17,  1890. 

5647  FLORENCE  LEAVITT  JEWETT  (Henry  A.^'"",  Henry^'^'%  Ed- 
jnund^S  Jedediah-^",  Joseph"^  Nehemiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Northboro,  Mass.,  Sept.  12,  I860.  She  married  Sept.  17,  1884,  Junius 
Quincy  Hatch  and  resides  in  Northboro. 

Children,  born  in  Northboro,  Mass.: 

8237  Kenneth  Jewett,  bora  June  30,  1885. 

8238  Anna  Louise,  bora  Dec.  9,  1886. 

8239  Sarah  Lawrence,  born  July  26,  1890. 

5661  BENJAMIN  RICHARD  JEWETT  (Benjamin  Q.'''\  Benja- 
min"'S  Benjamin"%  Benjamin'^',  Joseph"',  Nehemiah'^  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  bora  in  Gilford,  N.  H.,  April  10,  1866.  He  married  Sept.  15,  1892, 
Flora  Alma  Whitne}'.     They  reside  in  Gilford,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children  : 

8240  Rebecca  Huldah,  bora  Jan.  27,  1895. 

8241  Morris  Benjamin,  bora  May  29,  1896. 

5662  JOHN  YOUNG  JEWETT  (Benjamin  Q."°\  Benjamin""\  Ben- 
jamin"^  Benjamin'^S  Joseph'*%  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Gilford,  N.  H.,  Feb.  18,  1870.  He  married  in  Maiden,  Mass.,  Sept.  3, 
1896,  Annie  Wallace  Smith,  who  was  born  in  Glasgow,  Scotland,  April  8, 
1864,  daughter  of  Joseph  and  Helen    (Wallace)    Smith. 

Mr.  Jewett  graduated  from  the  New  Hampshire  Agriculture  College 
in  1890,  and  the  Thayer  School  of  Civil  Engineering  in  Hanover,  N.  H,, 
in  1895.  He  is  a  Civil  Engineer  and  is  now  "  Cement  Expert  "  in  charge  of 
the  Cement  Testing  Laboratory  of  the  L^nited  States  Reclamation  Service 
now  located  at  the  Armour  Institute  in  Chicago,  111. 

Child: 

8242  John  Quincy,  bora  in  Clinton,  Mass.,  March  10,  1899. 


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822  Jewett  Genealogy 

5667  CAPT.  EDWARD  ALEXANDER  PAUL  (Amos'==^%  Elethear'"*'*, 
DanieF^S  Benjamin'^'',  Benjamin"*,  Nohemiah^'*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Danville,  Vt.,  Oct.  25,  1823.  He  married  in  Norfolk,  Va.,  in  1845, 
Indiana  Adelia  Smith,  daughter  of  Fowler  and  Eliza  (Fisher)  Smith  of 
Norfolk.  Capt.  Paul  settled  in  Boston,  Mass.,  and  enlisted  there  Dec.  15, 
1846,  in  Co.  F,  1st  New  England  Regt.  Vol.  Inft.,  commanded  by  Col.  Caleb 
Gushing,  and  afterwards  by  Col.  Isaac  Hull  Wright,  for  the  Mexican  War. 
He  was  mustered  into  the  United  States  service  by  Capt.  B.  Alvord  of  the 
4th  U.  S.  Inft.,  Feb.  3,  1847 ;  later  became  Captain  of  his  company  and  was 
honorably  discharged  at  Watertown  Arsenal,  near  Boston,  July  25,  1848. 
He  was  at  Montcre}^  under  Gen.  Zachary  Taylor,  and  the  City  of  Mexico 
under  Gen.  Winfield  Scott.  He  went  to  California  for  gold  in  1848  and 
returned  to  New  York  City,  where  he  became  a  member  of  the  bar;  was 
Assistant  Prosecuting  Attorney.  He  was  on  the  Staff  of  Gen.  Kilpatrick 
during  the  Civil  War,  and  suffered  the  devastation  of  his  home,  then  in 
the  vicinity  of  Washington,  during  one  of  the  Confederate  approaches  upon 
that  city ;  and  as  correspondent  of  the  New  York  Times  wrote  letters  from 
the  front  which  engaged  wide  attention.  After  the  war  he  conducted  a 
newspaper  in  Wilmington,  N.  C. ;  became  managing  editor  of  the  Washing- 
ton C/ironicZ^;' subsequently  editor  of  the  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  Star,  and  the 
New  York  Times.  He  later  returned  to  Washington  and  became  a  special 
correspondent.  He  was  also  Chief  of  the  Engineer  Bureau  in  the  Treasury 
Department  in  Washington  for  some  time  and  died  in  Washington  June  22, 
1895. 

Children  : 

8243  Indiana  Inez,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Aug.  13,  1848.     She  was  a  clerk 

in  the  Treasury  Department  in  Washington,  D.  C,  and  died  in 
Washington  in  1902,  unmarried. 

8244  Ella  W.,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Jan.  25,  1852;  died  in  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y.,  Dec.  8,  1855. 

8245  Estelle  Warburton,  born  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  8,  1855. 

8246  Isabella  Jewett,  bom  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  2,  1857. 

8247  Florence  Choate,  bom  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  April  16,  I860. 
$248     Edward  Alexander,  bom  in  Washington,  D.  C,  July  15,  1866. 
8249     Ferdinand  Augustus,  bom  in  Washington,  D.  C,  Jan.  29,  1872. 

5668  HON.  GEORGE  HOWARD  PAUL  (Amos'-",  Elethear"°S 
Daniel^",  Benjamin"*',  Benjamin"*,  Nehemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Danville,  Vt.,  March  14,  1826.  He  married  in  Burlington,  Vt.,  May  1, 
1849,  CaroHne  Elizabeth  Strong,  daughter  of  Timothy  Follett  and  Olivia 
(Clark)  Strong.  She  was  born  in  Danville  Dec.  2,  1830,  and  died  March 
4,  1854.  He  married  second,  in  Racine,  Wis.,  Nov.  9,  1855,  Pamela  Susan 
Jay,  who  was  born  in  Canaan,  Vt.,  Dec.  14,  1836,  daughter  of  Nehemiah 
Horton  and  Pamela  Susan  (Parmelee)  Jay. 

Mr.  Paul  learned  the  printer's  trade  in  the  office  of  the  North  Star  in 


Ninth  Generation  823 

Danville;  attended  the  Pliillips  Academy,  worked  at  his  trade  and  prepared 
for  college  in  Burlington.  He  graduated  from  the  University  of  Vermont 
in  the  class  of  IS-iT,  having  been  a  member  of  the  Signa  Phi  and  Phi  Beta 
Kappa  fraternities.  He  received  the  degree  of  Master  of  Arts  afterwards, 
and  having  entered  the  Harvard  Law  School  in  1847,  was  subsequently  ad- 
mitted to  the  bar.  He  became  editor  and  proprietor  of  the  Burlington,  Vt., 
Sentinel  in  IS-tS,  associating  witli  himself,  his  friend,  John  G.  Saxe  (see 
4812),  who  eventually  succeeded  to  its  ownership.  He  was  printer  for  the 
State  Constitutional  Convention  of  1849  and  Postmaster  of  Burlington. 
In  1851  he  removed  to  Kenoska,  Wis.,  and  began  the  publication  of  the 
Kenoska  Democrat  the  same  year.  Was  Assistant  Clerk  of  the  State  Senate 
and  Postmaster  of  Kenoska  in  18.53;  Colonel  on  the  Governor's  Staff  in  1854 
and  candidate  for  Presidential  Elector  the  same  year.  Having  twice  been 
Mayor  of  Kenoska,  he  became  editor  of  the  New  York  Daily  News  in  1861. 
He  purchased  the  Daily  News  of  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  in  1862,  in  company 
with  Joseph  M.  Lyon,  and  continued  its  publication  after  the  death  of  INIr. 
Lyon  until  1874,  when  he  retired.  He  was  Alternate  Delegate  to  the  National 
Conventions  held  in  Cincinnati,  Baltimore  and  Charleston  in  1856-60;  Dele- 
gate to  the  National  Convention  at  Chicago  in  1864  and  Baltimore  in  1872. 
He  was  Chairman  of  the  Wisconsin  Democratic  State  Central  Committee  in 
1872  and  1873;  the  Wisconsin  member  of  the  Democratic  National  Com- 
mittee from  1864  to  1868  and  again  from  1872  to  1876;  was  a  member  of 
the  Milwaukee  Charter  Convention  in  1867  and  aftenvards,  having  been  a 
member  of  the  Milwaukee  School  Board,  was  temporarily  Superintendent  of 
Public  Schools.  He  became  one  of  the  Regents  of  the  University  of  Wis- 
consin in  1874  and  soon  afterwards  President  of  that  bod}',  and  remained 
identified  with  the  University  until  his  death.  He  was  a  member  of  the 
Wisconsin  State  Senate  from'  1877  to  1881. 

Having  been  vestryman  and  diocesan  delegate  at  different  times,  he  was 
one  of  the  representatives  of  the  diocese  of  Wisconsin  in  the  general  con- 
vention of  the  Church  (Protestant  Episcopal)  held  in  New  York  and  Phila- 
delphia. 

Mr.  Paul  was  instrumental  in  discovering  the  practicability  of  working 
hydraulic  cement  from  strata  of  limestone  appearing  along  the  banks  of 
the  Milwaukee  River,  north  of  the  city,  and  in  determining  the  commercial 
value  of  the  product.  He,  with  others,  organized  the  Milwaukee  Cement  Co., 
in  1874,  and  became  one  of  its  directors  and  managed  its  affairs  until  1885, 
when  he  was  appointed  Postmaster  of  Milwaukee;  later,  having  begun  to 
suffer  from  the  effects  of  fifty  years  of  earnest  work,  he  resigned  and  died, 
while  temporarily  absent  from  home,  in  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  May  19,  1890. 
His  widow  resides  in  Milwaukee. 

Children  by  first  wife: 
8250     ^Tariana,  born  in  Burlington.  Vt.,  March  24,  1850;  married  William 
Henrv  Seeker  and  died  s.  yi. 


824)  Jewett  Genealogy 

8251  Caroline  Strong,  bom  in  Kcnoska,  Wis.,  Dec.  24,  1851 ;  married  Jolin 

Goodby  Gregory  of  Milwaukee  and  died  leaving  children. 

Children  by  second  zcife: 

8252  A  daughter,  bom  Sept.  1,  1856;  died  the  same  day. 

8253  Edward,  bom  in  Kenoska,  Wis.,  Aug.  26,  1857 ;  died  Sept.  22,  1857. 

8254  Edward  Jay,  born  in  Kenoska,  Wis.,  Oct.  28,  1858.     He  is  a  lawyer 

in  Milwaukee,  unmarried. 

8255  Katharine  Choate,  bom  in  Kenoska,  Wis,,  May  13,  I860;  married  in 

Milwaukee,  Wis,,  Dec.  6,  1883,  William  J.  Young  of  Clinton,  la., 
where  they  reside.     Two  children,  born  in  Clinton,  viz.,  Katharine 
Stockman,  bom  Feb.  20,  1887,  and  Esther  Paul,  born  Jan.  30, 
1888. 

8256  George,  born  in  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  Oct.  11,  1865;  died  Jan.  29,  1870. 

8257  George  Howard,  born  in  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  Jan,  29,  1870.     He  was 

in  the  Spanish-American  War;  was  engaged  in  setting  mines  in 
Boston  Harbor  and  blockading  Havana.    He  resides  in  Milwaukee. 

5670  HARRIET  AMELIA  PAUL  (Amos'"%  Elethear"''S  DanieF", 
Benjamin^*^,  Benjamin®^,  Nehemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Dan- 
ville, Vt.,  Sept.  2,  1831.  She  married  in  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  Sept.  20,  1866, 
Cept,  Henry  E.  Stiles  (his  2d  wife),  who  was  bom  in  Montreal,  Quebec, 
Nov.  19,  1822,  son  of  Abial  and  Azubah  (Hawley)  Stiles.  Mr,  Stiles  re- 
moved to  Stevens  Point,  Wis,,  and  enlisted  there  as  Lieutenant  in  the  8th 
Wis,  Battery,  at  the  beginning  of  the  Civil  War.  He  became  Captain  of 
the  Battery  on  the  death  of  Capt.  Carpenter  at  Stone  River  and  saw  service 
at  Stone  River,  Chattanooga,  Murpheesboro,  and  other  Western  points. 
After  the  war  he  settled  in  Milwaukee  and  was  U.  S,  Mail  Agent  between 
Milwaukee  and  Chicago  for  a  number  of  years ;  later  becoming  Superin- 
tendent of  the  Milwaukee  News  Co.  About  1874  he  removed  to  Becker, 
Minn,,  where  he  had  purchased  a  farm,  and  died  there  Jan.  16,  1884.  Mrs. 
Stiles  died  Oct.  7,  1870. 

Children,  bom  in  Milwaukee,  Wis.: 

8258  Winnefred  Harriet,  born  Sept.  14,  1867;  married  in  Neenah,  Wis., 

June   30,    1897,    Escarville   Patterson.      They    resided   in    Holly, 
Mich,,  where  she  died  May  2,  1899,  leaving  an  infant  son. 

8259  Georgiana  Pamela,  born   Feb.    12,   1869.      Resides   in   Minneapolis, 

Minn.,  unmarried. 

5671  MARY  ISABELLA  PAUL  (Amos«-",  Elethear'«°S  DanieF", 
Benjamin"^,  Benjamin®*,  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Dan- 
ville, Vt.,  Dec.  1,  1833,  She  married  in  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  Oct.  10,  1857, 
Sylvanus  Cadwallader  (his  first  wife  was  her  sister,  Catharine  R.),  who  was 
born  in  New  Vienna,  Green  Township,  Ohio,  Nov.  17,  1825,  son  of  Dr.  Joseph 


Ninth  Generation  825 

and  Catharine  (Cox)  Cadwallader.  He  was  Postmaster  of  Walnut  Hills, 
Ohio,  1857-9;  Publisher  of  tlio  Weekly  Democrat  of  Kenoska,  Wis.,  in 
1859-60,  and  of  the  Weekly  Press  of  Racine,  Wis.,  from  1860  to  1862.  He 
removed  to  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  in  1862,  and  became  City  Editor  of  the  Mil- 
waukee Dally  News  and  correspondent  of  the  Chicago  Times;  was  the  ac- 
credited correspondent  of  the  latter  paper  at  the  headquarters  of  Gen.  Grant 
at  Jackson,  Tenn.,  in  1862,  and  soon  became  Chief  of  the  New  York  Herald's 
Staff  of  War  Correspondents.  He  rode  with  Gen.  Grant  from  Vicksburg  to 
Appomattox  and  thence  to  Raleigh.  He  had  an  Orderly  killed  at  his  heels 
at  Vicksburg,  a  horse  killed  under  him  at  Cold  Harbor,  another  cut  in  two 
with  solid  shot  at  Hatcher's  Run,  and  having  been  under  fire  in  thirty-four 
battles  and  taken  prisoner  twice,  escaped  with  a  slight  wound  in  the  knee 
received  at  Petersburg,  April  2,  1865.  He  was  Assistant  Secretary  of  State 
of  Wisconsin  from  187-i  to  1878  and  Quarter-Master  General  of  the  State 
from  1874-  to  1876.  They  removed  to  Benton  and  afterwards  to  Spring- 
field, Mo.,  and  from  there  to  San  Diego,  and  later  to  Fall  River  Mills,  Cal., 
where  they  were  living  in  1903. 

Children: 

8260  Catharine  Rosamond,  born   Dec.    14,   1858;   died   in   Walnut   Hills, 

Ohio,  Dec.  16,  1858. 

8261  Harriet  Amelia,  born  July  11,  1860;  died  in  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  June 

20,  1863. 

8262  George  Paul,  born  Sept.   18,  1862;  died  in  Lyndon,  Vt.,  Oct.  19, 

1863. 

8263  Rawlins,  bom  in  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  April  6,  1866;  married   in  Fall 

River  Mills,  Cal.,  June  3,  1895,  Isabella  Victoria  McArthur.  He 
graduated  from  Williams  College  in  the  class  of  1887,  and  from 
the  Medical  College  of  the  University  of  California  in  the  class 
of  1893.  They  reside  in  Fall  River  Mills,  where  he  is  engaged 
in  the  practice  of  medicine. 

5675  LUTHER  JEWETT  SIMONDS  (Lydia'^^',  Elethear'"*, 
DanieF^^  Benjamin"*^,  Benjamin®*,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Roxbury,  Vt.,  Dec.  25,  1832.  He  married  June  13,  1858,  Jane  L.  Cross 
and  settled  in  Braintree,  Vt.  In  1879  they  removed  to  Nevada  and  in  1883 
to  Boonesborough,  Ark. 

Children: 

8264  ^Merrill,  bom  about  1859 ;  died  unmarried. 

8265  Hattie  J.,  bom  ;  married  Ferdinand  Moses. 

8266  Chester  C,  born  . 

8267  Delia  lola,  bom  . 

5680  ROBERT  SPENCER  PAUL  (Hosea'"*,  Elethcar'«°S  Daniel^", 
Benjamin'""\  Benjamin'*,  Nehcmiah'",  Joscph\  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Cuyahoga  Falls,  Ohio,  Oct.   3,   1842.      Ho   married   July   25,   1872,  Sarah 


826  Jewett  Genealogy 

Matilda  Ronig  of  New  Portage,  Ohio.  Mr.  Paul  served  in  the  United  States 
Engineer  Corps  with  the  Army  of  the  Cumberland  from  1862  to  1866.  He 
became  a  civil  engineer  after  the  war  and  settled  in  Akron,  Ohio.  Was 
County  Surveyor  for  Summit  Co.,  eleven  3'ears ;  President  of  the  Ohio  Sur- 
veyors and  Engineers  Society  two  terms  and  Secretary  of  the  Ohio  Institute 
of  Mining  Engineers  three  terms. 

Children,  born  m  Akron,  Ohio: 

8268  Ellen  Clara,  born  Aug.  12,  1873. 

8269  Ada  Lilhan,  bora  Jan.  27,  1875. 

8270  Laura  Ann,  bora  June  23,  1876. 

8271  Martha,  born  April  4,  1878;  died  young. 

8272  Mary,  born  Feb.  12,  1879. 

8273  Edward  William,  bora  Aug.  23,  1880. 

8274  Rose  Ann,  born  May  5,  1883. 

5681  HOSE  A  PAUL  (Hosea^--*,  Elethear^'°%  Daniel' •'S  Benjamin''% 
Benjamin®^,  Nehemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Cuyahoga  Falls, 
Ohio,  Jan.  17,  1845.  He  married  there  June  23,  1875,  Sarah  Emma  Plum, 
who  was  born  in  Cuj^ahoga  Falls  April  7,  1849,  daughter  of  Henry  and 
Nancy  (North)  Plum.  He  became  a  civil  engineer  and  settled  in  Cuyahoga 
Falls,  later  removing  to  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

Child: 

8275  Kate  Evelyn,  born  in  Cuyahoga  Falls,  Ohio,  Oct.  4,  1876. 

5682  THEODORE  DWIGHT  PAUL  (Hosea'^'*,  Elethear"°% 
DanieF"^,  Benjamin"^^,  Benjamin^^,  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*),  Edward^),  was 
born  in  Cuyahoga  Falls,  Ohio,  July  21,  1848.  He  married  in  Armstrong's 
Mills,  Ohio,  Oct.  18,  1877,  Emeline  E.  Owens,  who  was  bora  Nov.  28,  1855, 
daughter  of  Lewis  and  Nanc}'^  Ellen  (Powell)  Owens.  Mr.  Paul  attended 
the  Pennsylvania  Polytechnic  College  of  Philadelphia  and  became  a  civil 
engineer.  From  1870  to  1877  he  was  engaged  in  locating  and  constructing 
railroads.  He  became  Chief  Engineer  of  the  Bellaire  and  Southwestern  Rail- 
road in  1876,  and  resident  Engineer  at  Akron,  Ohio,  of  the  Ohio  Board  of 
Public  Works  in  1880. 

Children,  born  in  Akron,  Ohio: 

8276  Ethel  Belle,  born  Sept.  30,  1878. 

8277  Frank  Dwight,  born  Jan.  1,  1881. 

5683  EDWARD  JEWETT  PAUL  (Hosea^=^'*,  Elethear""*,  DanieF'S 
Benjamin-®'',  Benjamin®^,  Nehemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Cuya- 
hoga Falls,  Ohio,  Nov.  30,  1851.  He  married  in  Rootstown,  Ohio,  Aug.  25, 
1879,  Alice  Wilcox,  who  was  born  in  Mecca,  Ohio,  April  30,  1861,  daughter 


Ninth  Generation  827 

of  John  Wilcox.     He  is  a  civil  engineer  and  farmer  and  resides  in  Cuyahoga 
Falls. 

Child: 

8278  George,  born  in  Cuyahoga  Falls,  Uhio,  May  27,  1880. 

5688  ADAMS  JEWKTT  (IIil)i)urd'--',  Luthcr'"°^  Daniel'"',  Benja- 
min^^^,  Benjamin®**,  Nchcmiah"*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Dayton, 
Ohio,  Feb.  9,  1840.  He  married  in  St.  Marys,  Ohio,  Nov.  7,  1867,  Augusta 
Nancy  Baker,  daughter  of  Jacob  and  Nancy  Cooper  (Wade)  Baker.  She 
was  born  in  Harden,  Ohio,  March  31,  1849,  and  was  living  on  a  part  of  the 
old  homestead  near  Celliia,  Ohio,  in  1903.  She  began  to  teach  school  when 
but  a  girl  in  her  fourteenth  year  and  taught  up  to  the  time  of  her  mar- 
riage. She  is  a  woman  of  strong  and  determined  piety,  of  a  gentle,  patient 
spirit,  and  a  lover  of  nature  and  poetry. 

Mr.  Jewctt  attended  the  public  schools  of  Dayton  and  Troy,  Ohio,  until 
he  was  sixteen  years  of  age.  He  then  entered  Antiock  College,  at  Yellow 
Springs,  Ohio,  where  he  studied  four  years.  He  esteemed  it  the  privilege 
of  his  life  to  have  sat  in  the  classes  of  Horace  Mann,  and  to  have  distin- 
guished himself  in  mathematics  under  him.  He  then  studied  one  year  in 
the  New  York  College  of  Agriculture.  In  1861  he  settled  on  what  became 
known  as  the  Jewett  farm  on  the  northern  border  of  the  large  reservoir  in 
Mercer  Co.,  Ohio.  Here  he  engaged  in  farming  and  business,  in  Celina, 
which  was  about  two  miles  distant.  He  was  six  feet  tall,  of  square  shoulders, 
and  rather  spare  nervous  body.  Was  a  man  of  keenly  analytical  mind,  re- 
tentive memorj',  and  generous  even  to  recklessness.  He  died  from  la  grippe 
Jan.  19,  1899. 

Children,  born  in  Celina,  Ohio: 

8279  Sophronia  Adams,  born  Oct.  9,  1868  ;  married  Calvin  Kennedy  Hight.* 

8280  Hibbard  Jacob,  born  April  3,  1870;  married  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  Sept. 

7,  1899,  Cora  Sclina  Meyer,  daughter  of  Charles  Henry  and  Mary 
Margaret  (Welker)  Meyer.  !Mr.  Jewett  worked  on  his  father's 
farm  until  the  fall  of  1894,  when  he  entered  the  Preparatory 
School  of  the  Ohio  Wesleyan  University  at  Delaware,  Ohio.  He 
spent  four  years  in  study,  two  at  the  University  and  two  at  home, 
when  he  sought  admission  upon  examination  to  the  Central  Ohio 
Conference  of  the  M.  E.  Church.  His  motive  for  entering  Con- 
ference at  that  time  was  to  procure  funds  to  enable  him  to  further 
prosecute  his  studies.  At  the  Conference  of  1898  he  was  stationed 
at  Wapakoneta,  Ohio,  in  charge  of  the  Wapakoncta  circuit.  He 
was  stationed  at  Fort  Recovery,  Ohio,  in  the  fall  of  1899,  In  charge 
of  the  Fort  Recovery  circuit.  Here  he  remained  for  three  years, 
till  he  had  completed  the  Conference  course  of  study,  when  he 
returned  to  the  University  to  resume  his  studies.  One  child,  born 
in  Fort  Recovery,  Ohio,  July  11,  1900;  died  unnamed,  July  16, 
1900. 


828  Jewett  Genealogy 

8281  Harry  Adams,  born  Dec.  22,  1871 ;  married  Louella  Piper.* 

8282  Mary  Lucmda,  born  Marcli  15, 1874 ;  married  Charles  Edward  Mack.* 

8283  Ethel  Esther,  bom  Feb.   11,  1880;  married  Jan.   23,  1898,  Shelly 

Stearns.     They  reside  in  Beaverdam,  Ohio. 

8284  Lois  Edna,- born  Feb.  17,  1883;  resides  in  Celina. 

8285  Howard  Herman,  born  Oct.  25,  1884 ;  resides  in  Celina. 

5692  ELIZABETH  ANN  FULLER  (Rebecca^"«,  Luther^'^S 
Daniel'",  Benjamin''',  Benjamin"',  Nehemiah'%  JosephS  Edward'),  was 
born  in  St.  Johnsbury,  Vt.,  Sept.  15,  1826.  She  married  Jan.  8,  1851, 
Thomas  L.  Hall.  They  resided  in  St.  Johnsbury,  where  Mr.  Hall  was  in  the 
furniture  and  undertaking  business,  and  where  he  died  Feb.  24,  1873.  She 
died  there  Jan.  11,  1905. 

Children,  bom  in  St.  Johnsbury,  Vt.  : 

8286  Walter  S.,  born  July  28,  1857 ;  married .     She  died  leaving  one 

child,  Freda  B.  M.  He  married  second,  Oct.  4,  1880,  Lillian  Lewis, 
daughter  of  John  and  Mary  Lewis.  They  reside  in  St.  Johnsbury, 
where  he  is  a  physician.  One  child,  Thomas  Allen,  born  Feb.  24, 
1895. 

8287  Alice  EHzabeth,  born  Jan.  13,  1867;  resides  in  St.  Johnsbury,  un- 

married. 

5696  EMILY  McFARLAND  (Betsey^'",  Luther"''%  Daniel^S  Benja- 
min'"', Benjamin"',  Nehemiah'',  Joseph*,  Edward' ),  was  bom  in  Spring- 
field, Ohio,  May  26,  1847.  She  married  Aug.  20,  1867,  Kendall  Moss  Hord, 
who  was  born  in  Maysville,  Ky.,  Oct.  20,  1840.  They  reside  in  Shelbyville, 
Ind.,  where  Mr.  Hord  is  a  prominent  lawyer  and  where  he  has  served  twelve 
years  as  Circuit  Judge  on  the  bench  of  the  Circuit  Court  of  Shelby  and 

Johnson  Counties. 

Child: 

8288  Luther  Jewett,  born  in  Shelbyville,  Ind.,  May  9,  1869;  married  In 

Ponca  City,  Okla.,  Aug.  20,  1895,  Ellen  Bailey.  He  graduated  in 
the  class  of  1888  from  the  Bloomington  (Ind.)  State  University, 
after  which  he  took  up  the  study  of  pharmacy  and  received  his 
degree  in  1890.  Was  employed  In  the  Richmond,  Lid.,  Central  In- 
sane Hospital  until  1893,  when  he  resigned  and  became  one  of  the 
guards  at  the  World's  Columbian  Exposition,  held  In  Chicago, 
111.  He  served  from  May  to  November,  1893,  and  then  settled  In 
Ponca  City,  where  he  opened  a  pharmacy.  He  is  now  manager 
of  the  Stewart-Hord  Sanitarium  In  Shelbyville. 

5699  DR.  HENRY  SMITH  JEWETT  (Adams""",  Luther"**', 
Danler",  Benjamin''',  Benjamin"',  Nehemiah",  Joseph\  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Dayton,  Ohio,  July  4,  1846.     He  married  in  Lenawee  Co.,  Mich.,  Nov. 


Ninth  Gekeeation  829 

15,  1876,  Harriet  Arabella  Horton,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Lucina  (Per- 
kins) Horton.  Dr.  Jewett  graduated  from  the  Medical  Department  of  the 
University  of  Michigan  and  settled  in  Dayton,  Ohio,  where  he  is  a  surgeon 
in  St.  Elizabeth  Hospital,  Medical  Referee  for  the  Mutual  Benefit  Life  Insur- 
ance Co.,  for  Montgomery,  Preble,  Greene,  Clark,  Champaign,  Miami,  and 
Darke  Counties,  Ohio ;  Medical  Examiner  for  the  Mutual  Benefit,  Mutual 
Life  of  New  York,  New  York  Life,  Aetna,  Security  Trust  and  Life  of 
Philadelphia,  and  American  Union  Life  Insurance  Co.'s  He  is  a  member  of 
the  Montgomery  County  and  Ohio  State  Medical  Societies,  the  American 
Medical  Association  and  a  Fellow  of  the  American  Electro- Therapeutical 
Association.     He  is  a  member  of  the  INIasonic  Order  and  an  Odd  Fellow. 

Children,  horn  in  Dayton,  Ohio: 

8289  Adams,  bom  Dec.  16,  1877;  died  in  Dayton  May  23,  1884. 

8290  Irene,  born  Oct.  8,  1879;  married  in  Dayton,  April  17,  1906,  Horace 

Fletcher  Hunt  of  Colorado  Springs,  Col.,  where  they  reside.     He 
is  a  mining  engineer. 

8291  Henry  Horton,  bom  June  5,  1883;  died  in  Dayton  Feb.  10,  1885. 

8292  Dorothy,  born  Dec.  15,  1885;  resides  in  Dayton,  unmarried. 

5702  DR.  LUTHER  JEWETT  ABBOTT  (Mira'''°,  Luther'«°% 
Daniel'''^,  Benjamin"*^,  Benjamin®^,  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
Sept.  15,  1831.  He  married  Sept.  12,  1854,  Clara  Culbertson  of  Troy, 
Ohio.     They  settled  in  Fremont,  Neb. 

Children  : 

8293  Anna  E.,  born  June  11,  1855. 

8294  Henry  M.,  bom  Nov.  29,  1856. 

8295  Ephraim  B.,  bom  Nov.  2,  1858. 

8296  Katie  S.,  born  Dec.  ,  1860. 

8297  Osee  M.,  born ,  1862. 

8298  John  C,  bom  ,  1864. 

8299  Jane,  born  ,  1867. 

8300  Luther  Hayes,  born  ,  1870. 

5704  JANE  FAIRBANKS  ABBOTT  (Mira""",  Luther"''%  DaniePS 
Benjamin^*^,  Benjamin®*,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Troy, 
Ohio,  Jan.  29,  1841.  She  married  Dec.  24,  1857,  Dr.  Matthias  Lair  Harter 
of  Troy.  They  resided  in  Troy  until  1871,  when  they  removed  to  St.  Louis, 
Mo.,  where  he  died  Nov.  1,  1872.  Mrs.  Harter  then  removed  to  Fremont, 
Neb.,  and  married  Rev.  Samuel  R.  Diramock.  They  resided  in  Denver,  Col., 
where  he  died  April  19,  1898. 

Children  hy  frst  husband,  horn  in  Troy,  Ohio: 

8301  Elizabeth  Helen,  born  Oct.  24,  1858;  married  Frank  W.  Bullock. 

8302  Mary  Jewett,  born  April  8,  1864;  married  Nelson. 

5707  REV.  HENRY  ERASTUS  JEWETT  (Ephraim"»S  Luther"", 


830  Jewett  Genealogy 

Danier*'%  Benjamin"^^,  Benjamin''*,  Nehemiah^®,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  St.  Johnsbury,  Vt.,  April  9,  1842.  He  married  in  Sacramento,  Cal.,  May 
31,  1876,  Alice  Hester  Dwinell,  daughter  of  Rev.  Isreal  Edson  and  Rebecca 
E.  (Maxwell)  Dwinell  of  Sacramento.  Mrs.  Jewett  was  bom  in  Salem, 
Mass.,  Oct.  14,  1852,  and  was  President  of  the  Woman's  Board  of  Missions 
for  the  Pacific  Coast  from  1890  to  1900.  j\Ir.  Jewett  was  a  Union  soldier 
in  the  Civil  War,  being  a  Corporal  in  Co.  F,  39th  Regt.  Wis.  Vol.  Inft.  He 
was  ordained  a  Congregational  minister  at  Redwood  City,  Cal.,  in  July, 
1870,  and  was  pastor  of  a  church  there  from  1869  to  1879.  Was  principal 
of  Hopkins  Academy  in  Oakland,  Cal.,  from  1879  to  1888;  Superintendent 
of  Schools  for  San  Mateo  Co.,  Cal.,  from  1873  to  1875,  and  pastor  of  a 
church  in  Vacaville,  Cal.,  from  1889  to  1895.  Since  1895  he  has  been 
Registrar  and  Statistical  Secretary  of  the  General  Association  of  Congre- 
gational Churches  of  California  with  his  residence  in  Berkeley,  Cal.  His 
photograph  appears  on  the  opposite  page. 

Children  : 

8303  Gertrude  Maxwell,  born  in  Redwood  City,  Cal.,  April  5,  1878.     She 

graduated  from  the  University  of  California  in  the  class  of  1900. 

8304  Mary  Fairbanks,  born  in  Oakland,  Cal.,  March  18,  1880.     She  gradu- 

ated from  the  University  of  California  in  the  class  of  1902. 

8305  Rebekah  Edith  Dwinell,  born  in  Vacaville,  Cal.,  May  18,  1890. 

8306  Franklin  Fairbanks,  born  in  Vacaville,  Cal.,  Oct.  1,  1892. 

5708  SAMUEL  JEWETT  LeFEVRE  (Martha'-'^  Luther'«°% 
Daniel'^^  Benjamin-^%  Benjamin^^  Nehemiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Little  York,  Ohio,  April  16,  1841.  He  married  in  Dix  Township,  Ford 
Co.,  111.,  Dec.  23,  1866,  Laura  Ann  Carver,  who  was  bom  in  Norton,  Mass., 
Jan.  29,  1844,  daughter  of  David  Leonard  and  Laurana  (Nash)  Carver. 
They  reside  in  Gibson  City,  111.,  where  Mr.  LeFevre  is  interested  in  farming 
and  where  he  is  a  dealer  in  coal  and  the  owner  of  an  electric  lighting  plant. 

Children: 

8307  Ann  Jewett,  born  in  Drummer  Township,  Ford  Co.,  111.,  Dec.   19, 

1868.  She  is  connected  with  the  University  of  Chicago,  School 
of  Education. 

8308  Mary  Etta,  born  in  Gibson  City,  111.,  July  15,  1874;  man-ied  Aug. 

17,  1898,  Frank  S.  Fulton,  who  was  bom  in  Woodford  Co.,  111., 
Nov.  4,  1868.  They  reside  in  Charleston,  111.,  where  he  is  an 
attorney  at  law  and  a  dealer  in  real  estate. 

5714  FORRIS  JEWETT  MOORE  (Forris'-'%  Zilpah^«"%  Daniel", 
Benjamin-^%  Benjamin®^  Nehemiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bora  in 
Putney,  Vt.,  Feb.  23,  1823.  He  married  July  11,  1868,  Nellie  Sophia 
Wightman,  who  was  bora  in  Cavendish,  Vt.,  Nov.   19,  1837,  daughter  of 


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Ninth  Geneeation  831 

Herman  and  Maria  Rctsie  (Lovell)  Wightnian.  Mr.  Moore's  youth  was 
spent  in  Putney  and  later  lie  entered  the  hardware  business  in  Keene,  N.  H., 
starting  in  the  store  of  a  Mr.  Elliot  of  that  place.  In  1852  he  removed  to 
California  and  went  into  the  hardware  business  in  Sacramento,  where  he 
dealt  chief!}'  in  agricultural  hanlware,  for  which  there  was  an  unusual  de- 
mand in  the  early  days.     He  died  in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  April  17,  1868. 

Child: 

8309  F.  Jewett,  born  in  Pittsfield,  Mass.,  June  9,  1867;  married  in  Edin- 

burgh, Scotland,  Aug.  9,  1892,  Emma  Baker  Tod,  daughter  of 
Andrew  and  Mary  (Kennedy)  Tod  of  Edinburgh.  His  boyhood 
was  passed  in  Claremont,  N.  H.,  where  he  graduated  from  the 
Stevens  High  School  in  1884.  He  entered  Amherst  College  in 
1885  and  graduated  in  the  class  of  1889.  He  spent  a  year  as 
assistant  in  chemistry  at  Amherst  and  in  1890  went  to  Germany 
to  continue  his  studies  in  Heidclburg,  where  he  received  the  degree 
of  Ph.  D.  in  1893.  In  1893  and  1894  he  was  instructor  in  chem- 
istry in  Cornell  University  at  Ithaca,  N.  Y.,  and  from  1894  to 
1902  he  was  instructor  in  the  Massachusetts  Institute  of  Tech- 
nolgy.  In  1902  he  was  made  assistant  professor  in  the  same 
institution,  which  position  he  now  holds.     Residence,  Boston. 

5716  ALICE  LOVINNA  MOORE  (Forris^'"",  Zilpah'«",  Danler", 
Benjamin"^^,  Benjamin®^,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Putney,  Vt,  Nov.  1,  1827.  She  married  in  South  Lee,  Mass.,  Oct.  9,  1851, 
Frederick  Canfield  Lowl-ey,  son  of  Frederick  Nathaniel  and  Charlotte  (Has- 
kins)  Lowrey.  Mr.  Lowrey  was  a  man  of  high  principles  and  a  very  quiet 
disposition.  He  spent  his  boyhood  and  early  married  life  in  Massachusetts; 
then,  on  account  of  bad  health,  moved  to  California,  where  he  lived  until 
1880,  when  he  removed  to  Honolulu,  Hawaii,  where  he  followed  an  active 
business  life  until  shortly  before  his  death,  which  occurred  there  April  14, 
1896.     Mrs.  Lowrey  was  living  in  Honolulu  in  1903. 

Children : 

8310  Ida   Beatrice,   born    in    South   Lee,   Mass.,   Nov,    5,    1854;  "married 

William  Richards  Castle.* 

8311  Frederick  Jewett,  bom  in  Pittsfield,  Mass.,  Oct.  18,  1858;  married 

Cherilla  Lillian  Storrs.* 

8312  Nellie  Moore,  born  in  Pittsfield,  Mass.,  March  13,  1867;  married  Dr. 

William  Levi  Moore.* 

5717  LAURILLA  MOORE  (Forris"''",  Zilpah"'"%  Danier'\  Benja- 
min**^, Benjamin®^,  Nehemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Putney, 
Vt.,  July  1,  1838.  She  married  in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  July  14,  1862, 
Charles  W.  Hathaway,  who  was  born  in  Assonet,  Mass.,  April  7,  1821,  son 


832  Jewett  Genealogy 

of  Edmund  and  Betsey  Hathaway.  He  was  one  of  California's  pioneers. 
Sailing  from  New  York  March  16,  1849,  by  way  of  the  Isthmus  of  Panama, 
he  arrived  in  Monterey  on  his  way  to  San  Francisco,  in  time  to  vote  for 
the  delegates  to  the  Constitutional  Convention  for  the  admission  of  Cali- 
fornia as  a  State.  He  was  one  of  the  prime  movers  for  the  first  "  Committee 
of  One  Hundred  "  who  may  be  said  to  have  inaugurated  the  Republican 
party  of  California,  to  which  party  he  never  failed  to  give  his  cordial  and  ac- 
tive support.  Mr.  Hathaway  was  an. active  member  of  the  celebrated  Vigilance 
Committee  of  1856,  belonging  to  the  cavalry  company  of  that  organization. 
In  the  same  year  he  was  elected  Alderman  in  the  new  reform  administration 
of  San  Francisco,  where  he  lived  many  years.  He  later  removed  to  San 
Lorenzo,  Cal.,  and  died  there  May  25,  1899.  Mrs.  Hathaway  resides  in 
San  Lorenzo. 

Children,  born  in  San  Francisco,  Cal.: 

8313  Laurilla  Moore,  bom  .     Resides  in  San  Lorenzo. 

8314  Minerva  Moore,  bom  ;  married  Mansfield  Lovell.* 

8315  Charles  Wesley,  born .     Died  in  San  Lorenzo  Aug.  ,  1870. 

5721  SOPHIA  CORNELIA  WELLMAN  (Lydia'-*%  Lydia^«°% 
Danier''\  Benjamin-^%  Benjamin®^  Nehemiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Hinsdale,  N.  H.,  April  6,  1841.  She  married  there  Jan.  1,  1867,  Azro 
Barton  Skinner,  who  was  born  in  Westmoreland,  N.  H.,  Feb.  14,  1839.  They 
settled  in  Keene,  N.  H.,  where  he  was  a  merchant  and  where  he  held  many 
public  offices.    He  died  there  in  1897.    Mrs.  Skinner  resides  in  Keene. 

Children,  born  in  Keene,  N.  H. : 

8316  Alice  Barton,  bom  Aug.  12,  1868;  died  in  Keene  Feb.  25,  1889. 

8317  Bessie  Gertrude,  born  July  21,  1872;  married  in  Keene  July  14, 

1903,  Adolph  Pressler  and  resides  in  Keene. 

8318  Florence  Isabel,  born  Oct.  18,  1874 ;  died  July  28,  1875. 

8319  Azro  Karl,  bom  Aug.  19,  1879. 

8320  Ruth  Evelyn,  bom  April  24,  1882;  married  in  Keene  March  29, 

1904,  John  Chase  Redington.    One  child,  John  Skinner,  bom . 

5725  HON.  JERRY  PACKER  WELLMAN  (Zilpah  H.'^'^,  Lydia""*, 
DanieF",  Benjamin'"',  Benjamin'%  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Hinsdale,  N.  H.,  Oct.  22,  1843.  He  married  in  Keene,  N.  H.,  May  2, 
1888,  Jennie  Foster  Richardson,  who  was  bom  in  Keene.  Feb.  26,  1863, 
daughter  of  Barzilla  and  Sarah  Natilda  (Goodnow)  Richardson.  Mr.  Well- 
man  was  long  identified  with  the  State  Militia  and  the  National  Guard  of 
New  Hampshire;  enlisting  as  a  private  in  April,  1878,  and  gradually  rising 
from  one  position  to  another  until  1892,  when  he  was  appointed  Inspector 
General  on  the  Governor's  Staff,  which  position  he  held  for  six  years.  He 
has  held  many  positions  of  trust,  having  represented  his  ward  in  the  Legis- 
lature; was  City  Clerk  almost  eight  years,  and  is  now  in  his  third  term 
as  Postmaster  of  Keene,  where  he   resides. 


Ninth  Generation  833 

Child: 

8321  Richard  Jerry,  born  in  Kccne,  N.  H.,  June  23,  1890. 

5726  HENRY  PAYSON  WELLMAN  (Zilpah  H.'"%  Lydia'"°», 
Daniel"*,  Benjamin-''%  Benjamin'*,  Nchcmiah*%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Hinsdale,  N.  H.,  Sept.  15,  1849.  He  married  in  Brattleboro,  Vt.,  Jan.  6, 
1872,  Addick  Starkey,  who  was  born  May  31,  1848,  daughter  of  Alonzo  and 
Maria  (Howard)  Starkey.  They  reside  in  Brattleboro,  where  he  has  been 
in  the  clothing  business  for  a  number  of  years,  having  one  of  the  best  stores 
in  the  town.  He  is  public  spirited  and  is  actively  identified  with  the  grow- 
ing interests  of  the  place.  Is  a  director  of  two  banks  and  is  holding  various 
other  responsible  positions. 

Children,  bom  in  Brattleboro,  Vt.: 

8322  George  A.,  born  Feb.  22,  1874.     He  is  a  clerk  in  his  father's  store. 

8323  Florence  M.,  born  Sept.  8,  1876.     She  is  a  graduate  of  the  West- 

field,  Mass.,  State  Normal  School  and  is  a  teacher  in  the  Grammar 
School  of  Brattleboro. 

8324  Harry  H.,  born  July  4,  1878.     He  is  a  traveling  salesman. 

8325  Howard  S.,  born  July  30,  1881.     He  is  bookkeeper  for  the  Estey 

Organ  Co. 

5740  HENRY  MILO  JEWETT  (Erasmus  T>r-'\  Calvin"",  DanieF", 
Benjamin**^,  Benjamin®*,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Westboro,  Mass.,  July  1,  1859.  He  married  Nov.  23,  1894,  Mildred  Ger- 
trude Owen,  who  was  bom  in  Lynn,  Mass.,  Aug.  9,  1873.  Mr.  Jewett  is  in 
the  paint  business  in  Boston,  Mass.,  and  resides  in  Roslindale,  Mass. 

Children : 

8326  Louise  Gertrude,  bom  in  Roxbury,  Mass.,  Oct.  8,  1895. 

8327  Frederick  Darwin,  born  in  Roxbury,  Mass.,  Oct.  28,  1897. 

8328  Henry,  bom  in  Dorchester,  Mass.,  April  21,  1901. 

5756  GEORGE  HOLTON  RYTHER  (Delia  P."",  Daniel"", 
DanieF^^  Benjamin^*^,  Benjamin'*,  Nehemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born 
in  Brattleboro,  Vt.,  April  20,  1852.  He  married  in  Cambridge,  Mass.,  June 
26,  1883,  Mattle  Dickinson  of  Northficld,  Mass.  He  was  a  graduate  of  the 
Harvard  Law  School  in  the  class  of  1878  and  practiced  his  profession  in 
Boston  until  failing  health  obliged  him  to  give  up  work.  He  died  from 
consumption  in  Pueblo,  Cal.,  April  23,  1899. 

Children,  born  in  Cambridge,  J/r/.?.v; 

8329  Madeline,  bom  Nov.  5,  1884. 

8330  Margnonite,  born  Nov.  12,  1886. 

8331  Mignon,  bom  . 

8332  Mignonette,  born  . 


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5758  DANIEL  PACKER  BARDWELL  (Helen  L.'-«%  Jemima 
Danier'^S  Benjamin"^  Benjamin^%  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Shclburne,  Mass.,  Feb.  20,  1851.  He  married  there  Dec.  27,  1876,  Nancy 
Elizabeth  Stone,  who  was  bom  in  Coleraine,  Mass.,  Oct.  11,  1853,  daughter 
of  William  B.  and  Sallie  Sophronia  (Legate)  Stone.  They  reside  in  Shel- 
burne,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Shelbume,  Mass.: 

8333  Mabel  Elizabeth,  bom  Aug.  3,  1880. 

8334  Elsie  Melicent,  born  May  24,  1882. 

8335  Leila  Stone,  born  Sept.  8,  1888. 

5760  SARA  ELLEN  BARDWELL  (Helen  L.''*'%  Jemima"", 
DanieF",  Benjamin^^%  Benjamin°^  Nehemiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Shclburne,  Mass.,  Aug.  21,  1855.  She  married  there  Oct.  15,  1879, 
Charles  William  Hawks,  who  was  bom  in  Shelbume  Falls,  Mass.,  March  21, 
1856,  son  of  Alanson  Knox  and  Azubah  Zurviah  (Rice)  Hawks.  They  re- 
side in  Shelbume  Falls,  where  he  is  cashier  of  the  Shelbume  Falls  National 

Bank. 

Children,  born  in  Shclburne  Falls,  Mass.: 

8336  Helen  Vie,  bom  Aug.  28,  1880. 

8337  John  Alanson,  bom  Nov.  26,  1887. 

8338  Charles  Bardwell,  born  Aug.  31,  1892. 

5762  ORASMUS  HAVELOCK  BARDWELL  (Helen  L.'="'%  Je- 
mima"'-, Danier*'\  Benjamin-«%  Benjamin'^  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Shelbume,  Mass.,  Feb.  17,  1859.  He  married  in  Chicago,  111., 
March  6,  1889,  Cora  Elizabeth  Elmendorf,  who  was  bom  in  Chicago  July 
23,  1862,  daughter  of  Wilham  Alexander  and  Sarah  Billings  (Allen)  Elmen- 
dorf. They  reside  in  Chicago,  where  he  is  manager  of  the  Chicago  branch 
of  the  Globe-Wemicke  Co. 

» 

Children,  born  in  Chicago,  III.: 

8339  William  Orasmus,  bom  March  25,  1890. 

8340  Louise  Elmendorf,  born  Oct.   1,  1891. 

5763  EVELYN  HELEN  BARDWELL  (Helen  L.''''%  Jemima"", 
Daniel"',  Benjamin-'%  Benjamin"',  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Shelburne,  Mass.,  July  19,  1861.  She  married  there  April  28,  1892, 
Fred  Merwin  Smith,  who  was  born  in  South  Hadley  Falls,  Mass.,  Sept.  19, 
1862,  son  of  Hiram  and  Harrictte  Sophia  (Coney)  Smith.  They  reside  in 
South  Hadloy  Falls,  where  all  of  their  children  were  born. 

Children: 

8341  Winthrop  Hiram,  bom  June  30,  1893. 


Ninth  Generation  835 

8342  Rachel  Evelyn,  horn  Sept.  17,  1894;  died  Jan.  16,  1895. 

8343  Lincoln  Kardwell,  horn  Nov.  15,  1895. 

8344  Frederick  Merwin,  horn  March  5,  1899. 

5767  ISABELLA  LUCY  ^L\RL\  JEWETT  (Ehenezcr""^*,  Ebe- 
nezer^^-^  Ehenezer"',  Bcnjaniin"\  Benjamin"",  Nchemiah'%  Joseph*,  Ed- 
ward^), was  bom  in  Williniantic,  Conn.,  Nov.  19,  1852.  She  married  in 
Hampton,  Conn.,  Oct.  30,  1870,  Reuhcn  Weeks,  who  died  Jan.  15,  1898. 
She  married  second,  George  Hicks  and  resides  in  Abington,  Conn. 

Children  hy  -first  husband,  horn  in   Elliotts,  Conn: 

8345  Ida    Belle,   born   Oct.    30,    1871;   married   June   20,    1895,    William 

Jennings  and  resides  in  Pomfret,  Conn.  Two  children,  Cybel 
Daisy,  born  Nov.  29,  1899,  and  Eldred  Kent,  bom  June  27,  1902. 

8346  Maurice  Elbert,  bom  Oct.   11,  1872;  married  in   South  Windham, 

Conn.,  Nov.  29,  1895,  Daisy  Plumlcy  and  resides  in  Hampton, 
Conn.  Three  children,  Gladys,  bom  Oct.  29,  1899 ;  Lilla,  born 
July  26,  1901,  and  Maurice,' born  Feb.  4,  1903. 

8347  Alfred  Clinton,  born  April  15,  1876;  married  in  Providence,  R.  I., 

Oct.  6,  1904,  Cora  Fuller  and  resides  in  Elliotts,  Conn.  One  child, 
Bertha  Fuller,  bom  March  19,  1906. 

8348  Harry,  born  Dec.  29,  1878;  resides  in  Abington,  Conn. 

8349  Charles,  bom  June  18,  1881.     Resides  in  Valley  Falls,  R.  I. 

8350  Oren  A.,  bom  Dec.  5,  1883.     Resides  in  Abington,  Conn. 

8351  William,  bom  Aug.  21,  1886.     Resides  in  Abington,  Conn. 

5769  SUSIE  HOWARD  JEWETT  (Ebenezer"",  Ebenezer"", 
Ebenezer^^^,  Benjamin"*',  Benjamin"*,  Nohemiah^*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was 
born  in  Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  11,  1872.  She  married  in  Cadillac,  Mich., 
Sept.  18,  1892,  Elmer  W.  Howe.     They  reside  in  Hampton,  Conn. 

Children,  horn  in  Hampton,  Conn.,  except  -first: 

8352  Thera  Ethelyn,  bom  in  Cadillac,  Mich.,  April  20.  1894. 

8353  Rhena  Frances,  bom  July  7,  1896. 

8354  Plarvey  Quinton,  born  March  9,  1899. 

8355  VictorJewett,  born  July  25,  1901. 

5775  CHESTER  BURNHAM  JEWETT  (Lester  H.'"",  Ebenezer"", 
Ebenezer"",  Benjamin-*^  Benjamin"*,  Nehemiah",  Joseph*,  EdwardM-  was 
born  in  Hampton,  Conn.,  Aug.  11,  1864.  He  married  April  3,  1888,  Mary 
Anna  Weaver,  who  was  born  June  1,  1866,  daughter  of  David  Weaver. 
They  reside  in  Hampton. 

Children,  horn  in  Hampton,  Conn.: 

8356  Carl  Weaver,  born  Aug.  9,  1893. 


886  Jewett  Genealogy 

8357  Malcolm  Bumham,  born  Feb.  2,  1895;  died  soon. 

8358  Vera  Burnham,  bom  March  3,  1899. 

5777  WILLIAM  WALTER  JEWETT  (Lester  H.'"\  Ebenezer"", 
Ebenezer^*'^  Benjamin^®^,  Benjamin®^,  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was 
born  in  Hampton,  Conn.,  Jan.  12,  1870.  He  married  March  7,  1892,  May 
Robinson  of  Hampton,  who  was  born  Oct.  31,  1869,  daughter  of  Marius 
Robinson.     They  reside  in  Hampton. 

Children : 

8359  Marius  Robinson,  born  in  Watcrbury,  Conn.,  Feb.  19,  1893. 

8360  Margaret  Sarah,  bom  in  Hampton,  Conn.,  April  7,  1896. 

8361  Isola  Annette,  bom  in  Hampton,  Conn.,  April  20,  1900;  died  , 

1906. 

5780  CHARLES  WILLIAM  JEWETT  (Uarxey^^'\  Joseph  M."% 
Benjamin'^^,  Benjamin®^,  Nehemiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Gardner,  Kan.,  Sept.  23,  1868.  He  married  in  Eudora,  Kan.,  June  12, 
1895,  Jennie  Wherry,  who  was  born  near  DeSota,  Kan.,  April  16,  1868, 
daughter  of  Eli  J.  and  Anna  (Weaver)  Wherry.  Mr.  Jewett  spent  his 
early  years  on  a  farm  and  attended  the  district  schools  and  two  years  in  a 
commercial  college  in  Lawrence,  Kan.  In  1890  he  was  appointed  Secretary 
to  the  Superintendent  of  Haskell  Institute,  the  large  United  States  Govern- 
ment Indian  Industrial  School,  located  near  Lawrence,  Kan.  In  1894  he  ac- 
cepted a  position  as  Secretary  and  Business  manager  of  the  Shaw  University 
of  Raleigh,  N.  C,  where  he  remained  eight  years.  At  present  he  is  em- 
ployed as  Private  Secretary  to  one  of  the  leading  mining  engineers  and 
experts  of  the  country.  He  travels  quite  extensively  with  his  employer  and 
has  visited  the  leading  mining  sections  of  Mexico  and  spent  some  time  in 
Japan  investigating  large  copper  propositions  there.  Resides  in  Denver, 
Col. 

Child: 

8362  Winina  Frances,  born  in  Releigh,  N.  C,  Aug.  13,  1899. 

5781  DR.  GEORGE  NATHAN  JEWETT  (Harvey«-«°,  Joseph  M.'", 
Benjamin^*^,  Benjamin°^  Nehcmiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Gardner,  Kan.,  Aug.  17,  1870.  He  married  in  Kent,  Ohio,  Aug.  14,  1902, 
Carrie  Berger  of  Galena,  111.,  daughter  of  Anton  and  Caroline  (Klett) 
Berger.  Dr.  Jewett  spent  his  boyhood  on  a  farm,  learning  that  occupation 
and  acquiring  an  education.  When  17  years  of  age  he  took  an  academic 
course  in  Lawrence,  Kan.,  preparatory  to  teaching.  He  began  his  work  as 
a  teacher  in  the  fall  of  1839  and  followed  that  calling  for  eight  years, 
meeting  with  unusual  success.  He  retired  from  teaching  in  1897  and  farm- 
ing in  1898  and  entered  the  Northern  Indiana  School  of  Pharmacy,  gradu- 
ating the  following  year  with  the  degree  of  Ph.  D.     He  graduated  from 


Ninth  Generation  8ST 

the  Ohio  Medical  University  in  the  class  of  1902  and  later  took  a  course 
in  the  Philadelphia  Polyclinic  in  the  Philadelphia  Lying-in  Charity  Hospital. 
He  settled  in  Kent,  Ohio,  and  entered  practice  there  and  in  1903  removed 
to  Edgerton,  Kan.,  where  he  now  resides  and  is  actively  engaged  in  his 
profession. 

Children,  born  in  Edgerton,  Kan.: 
8363     Kay  LaMoyne,  horn  Jan.   11,  190  k 
8364;     Vivian  iSIaurinc,  born  March  19,  1906. 

5783  REV.  FRANK  LEONARD  JEWETT  (Harvey'^'",  Nathan"", 
Joseph  M.'",  Benjamin-®',  Benjamin®^  Nchemiah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was 
born  on  a  farm  in  Eastern  Central  Kansas  Oct.  18,  1874<.  He  married  in 
Horton,  Kan.,  Sept.  14,  1904,  Catherine  Margaret  Caughey,  who  was  bom 
in  Rock  Island,  111.,  April  18,  1876,  daughter  of  Hugh  and  Elise  (W^eyer- 
hauser)  Caughey.  Mr,  Jewett  was  educated  in  the  country  schools  and 
iiigh  school,  after  which  he  graduated  from  the  State  University  of  Kansas 
with  the  degree  of  A.  B.  In  1900  he  received  the  degree  of  B.  A.  from 
Harvard  College;  the  degree  of  B.  D.  from  the  University  of  Chicago  in 
1902  and  in  1903  the  degree  of  S.  T.  B.  from  Harvard.  Soon  after  leaving 
Harvard  he  took  charge  of  the  Christian  Church  in  Columbus,  Kan.,  where 
he  remained  until  he  accepted  the  work  of  the  Texas  Bible  Chair  in  the  fall 
of  1905,  in   the  University  of  Texas.     Residence,  Austin,  Texas. 

Child: 

8365  Elise,  born  in  Columbus,  Kan.,  June  6,  1905. 

5787  ALFRED  LEON  JEWETT  (Luther  H.«"-,  Holland^'% 
Joseph  M.''^\  Benjamin-^%  Benjamin''^  Nehemiah^®,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was 
bom  in  Columbus,  Kan.,  Feb.  3,  1871.  He  married  there  Sept.  23,  1902, 
Mamie  Lucinda  Armstrong,  who  was  bom  in  Donaldson,  111.,  Sept.  23,  1877, 
daughter  of  James  H.  and  Hannah  (Lindly)  Armstrong.  Mr.  Jewett  was 
educated  in  the  common  schools,  and  after  teaching  a  short  time,  spent  two 
years  in  the  State  University  of  Kansas.  He  again  took  up  teaching,  but 
on  account  of  poor  health,  retired  to  the  farm.  He  has  since  been  employed 
in  the  office  of  the  County  Treasurer,  and  in  Real  Estate  Abstract  and  In- 
surance business.  He  has  always  been  active  in  religious  work  and  is  an 
Elder  in  the  Presbyterian  Church  and  a  local  preacher.    Resides  in  Columbus. 

Children,  horn  in  Columbus,  Kan.: 

8366  Delbert  Leon,  i)orn  Aug.  22,  1903. 

8367  Aleta  Jane,  bom  Jan.  27,  1906. 

.5790  WILLIAM  RAYMOND  (William""'"",  Mercy"",  Lucy"",  Na- 
than-*°,  Joseph^"",  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Montville, 
Conn.,  April  21,  1806.     He  married  July  5,  1829,  Eunice  B.  Raymond,  who 


638  Jewett  Genealogy 

was   born    in   Montville   Oct.    16,   1803,   daughter   of   George   and   Martha 
(Smith)  Raymond.     They  resided  in  Montville,  where  he  was  a  farmer. 

Children,  bom  in  Montville,  Conn.: 

8368  Elizabeth  M.,  born  July  29,  1831. 

8369  Thomas  H.,  bom  Feb.  26,  1833;  died  Oct.  4,  1835. 

8370  Eunice  Ann,  born  April  1,  1835;  married  April  23,  1854,  Capt. 

Charles  F.  Ames,  a  ship-master  of  New  London,  Conn.  He  died 
in  Wampoa,  China,  March  10,  1856.  One  child,  Charles  W.,  bom 
March  19,  1855. 

8371  Thomas  G.,  born  July  17,  1837 ;  died  May  21,  1838. 

8372  Adelaide,  born  March  26,  1841. 

8373  Lucy  J.,  born  Jan.  9,  1845. 

5795  JAMES  HILLHOUSE  RAYMOND  (Joshua"'",  Josiah"", 
Lucy"%  Nathan''%  Joseph'"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Montville,  Conn.,  June  30,  1810.     He  married  in  Hartford,  Conn.,  Aug. 

,  1836,  Charlotte  Anne  Hicks,  who  was  born  in  New  York  in  1810, 

daughter  of  Oliver  H.  and  Julia  Hicks.  Mr.  Raymond  was  a  lawyer  and 
settled  in  Baltimore,  later  removed  to  New  York,  where  he  died  March  19, 
1849.    His  widow  died  Sept.  23,  1850. 

Children  : 

8374  Elizabeth,  born  May  23,  1838. 

8375  Charlotte  Matilda,  born  Sept.  24,  1840. 

8376  Harriet  Buel,  born  Aug.  17,  1842. 

8377  James  Hillhouse,  born  Nov.  ,  1844 ;  died  in  14  days. 

8378  Mary  Angeline  Butler,  born  May  3,  1846. 

8379  Julia  Hicks,  bom  March  21,  1848;  died  April ,  1849. 


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5797  JOSIAH  RAYMOND  ( Joshua'"%  Josiah"",  Lucy"%  Nathan 
Joseph"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Montville,  Conn.,  Jan. 
7,  1815.  He  married  Nov.  3,  1847,  Fanny  A.  Hurlbert,  who  was  bom  in 
West  Hartford,  Conn.,  July  30,  1820,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Catherine 
(Goodman)  Hurlbert.     They  resided  in  West  Hartford. 

Children : 

8380  Catherine  Goodman,  born  Aug.  12,  1848. 

8381  Robert  Orlando,  born  Oct.  22,  1849. 

8382  John  Franklin,  bom  March  18,  1852. 

8383  James  Hillhouse,  bom  July  31,  1854. 

8384  Fannie  Elizabeth,  born  Feb.  16,  1856. 

5800  DAVID    H.   RAYMOND    (Joshua"",   Josiah"",    Lucy"',   Na- 
lhan"%  Joseph"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom   In  South  Canaan, 


Ninth  Generation  839 

Conn.,  Oct. ,  1826.     He  married  Dec.  11,  1850,  Jane  Wells,  who  was  born 

July  23,  1827,  daughter  of  Horace  and  Emily  Wells.     He  was  a  lawyer  and 
was  admitted  to  the  New  York  bar.     Resided  in  Hartford,  Conn. 

Children : 

8385  Mary  Hillhouse,  born  March  23,  1855. 

8386  Emily  Wells,  born  Oct.  18,  1857. 

Perhaps  others. 

5816  JAMES  MULFORD  RAYMOND  (MuJford  C."",  Mulford'"', 
Lucy"*,  Nathan'"®^,  Joseph^"®,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Montville,  Conn.,  Feb.  4,  1840.  He  married  Fannie  Comstock  Baker,  daugh- 
ter of  David  and  Elmira  (Fitch)  Baker.  She  died  in  Niantic  March  10, 
1893. 

Children: 

8387  Ellen  C,  bom  Nov.  19,  1865;  died  Aug.  27,  1884. 

8388  Fanny,  bora  May  5,  1868. 

8389  Charles,  bora  . 

5818  LOUISA  JEWETT  RAYMOND  (Nathaniel  L."'%  Louisa'*"', 
Lucy"®,  Nathan^*",  Joseph'^®,  Joseph"*,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora  in 
Cannon's  Ferry,  Del.,  Feb.  2,  1819.  She  married  Aug.  6,  1839,  Spencer 
Roberts,  who  was  bora  in  New  Garden  Township,  Pa.,  Sept.  25,  1814,  son 
of  George  and  Alice  (Tell)  Roberts.  They  resided  in  Philadelphia,  Pa., 
where  he  was  a  teacher  and  later  a  dentist. 

Children,  bom  in  Philadelphia,  Pa.: 

8390  Nathaniel  Raymond,  born  June  20,  1840 ;  died  July  20,  1842. 

8391  Thomas  Raymond,  bom  Aug.  30,  1845. 

8392  George,  born  Dec.  6,  1846. 

8393  Charles  Spencer,  bora  July  25,  1855. 

8394  Horace,  born  May  23,  1857. 

8395  Clinton,  born  April  6,  18.59. 

5828  RICHARD  BAXTER  (Sarah'^"^",  Lucy"",  Lucy"",  Nathan=", 
Joseph'^®,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Montville,  Conn.,  March 
4,  1831.  He  married  April  29,  1858,  Emma  G.  Dutch,  who  was  bom  in 
New  York  Jan.  15,  1835,  daughter  of  George  Dutch  of  Bethlehem,  Pa. 
They  settled  in  Marysville,  Cal. 

Children: 

8396  Richard  Bradford,  born  Jan.  28,  1859. 

8397  George  James,  born  June  11,  1861. 

5847  ERASTUS  FREDERICK  JEWETT  (Joseph  F.'""'*,  Joseph'"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan'"",  Joseph'"",  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora  in 


840  Jewett  Genealogy 

Granby,  Conn.,  Sept.  12,  1820.  He  married  June  7,  1849,  Anunciade  Fin- 
ney, who  was  born  in  East  Granby,  Conn.,  Aug.  13,  1829,  daughter  of 
Clytus  and  Mary  Finney.  They  resided  in  Granby,  where  he  held  different 
town  offices.  He  was  a  tinsmith,  was  engaged  in  farming  and  dealing  in 
produce.     He  died  in  Granby  May  3,  1862.     His  widow  died  May  8,  1901. 

Children : 

8398  Elizabeth,  born  March  1,  1851 ;  married  Albert  H.  Gillette  and  resides 

in  Granby. 

8399  Angle  Anunciade,  born  in  Hartford,  Conn.,  Sept.  26,  1853;  married 

(1st)  Starling, Reed;  (2d)  Thomas  Lee.* 


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5849  CAROLINE  AMANDA  JEWETT  (Joseph  F.'^'*,  Joseph 
Joseph^^^  Nathan^^%  Joseph"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Granby,  Conn.,  Jan.  22,  1825.  She  married  Dec.  19,  1842,  Leroy  Fuller 
of  Simsbury,  Conn.,  who  died  in  a  few  years.  She  married  second,  Charles 
Welton  Spring,  who  died  July  8,  1878,  aged  45  years.  She  died  in  New 
Haven,  Conn.,  Dec.  31,  1896. 

Child  hy  'first  husband: 

8400  Ella  Elizabeth,  born   in   Winsted,   Conn.,   Aug.    5,   1847;   married 

Charles  H.  Clements.* 

Children  hy  second  husband: 

8401  Frank  J.,  bom  Jan.  14,  1861. 

8402  Florence  Ada,  born  Dec.  19,  1863;  died  Aug.  17,  1864. 

8403  Charles  Sherman,  born  Feb.  7,  1865 ;  died  Nov.  23,  1865. 

8404  Clarabel  May,  bom  Aug.  19,  1866 ;  died  May  25,  1883. 

5850  ROBERT  RANSOM  JEWETT  (Joseph  F.^''*,  Joseph"", 
Joseph'"",  Nathan'*%  Joseph"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Granby,  Conn.,  March  8,  1827.  He  married  there  Oct.  30,  1853,  Emma 
Lydia  Alderman,  daughter  of  Ezekiel  and  Julia  (Osbom)  Alderman.  They 
settled  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  where  they  were  living  in  1903.  He  is  a  member 
of  the  Masonic  Order. 

Children,  born  in  Granby,  Conn. : 

8405  Jane  Irene,  born  Oct.  14,  1854;  married  May  7,  1873,  John  H. 

Asplin  and  resides  in  Cleveland. 

8406  George  Dewey,  bora  Dec.  10,  1860.     He  resides  in  Cleveland,  where 

he  is  in  the  coal  business. 

5855  GEORGE  DWIGHT  JEWETT  (Frederick  W.^''^  Joseph"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan''%  Joseph'"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward"),  was  bom  in 
Simsbury,  Conn.,  May  1,  1822.     He  married  Nov.  21,  1848,  Delia  Burr  of 


Ninth  Generation  841 

Hartford,  Conn.  Mr.  Jcwett  was  a  clerk  in  the  office  of  the  Superintendent 
of  Public  Printing  in  Washington,  1).  C,  for  a  number  of  years;  later  re- 
moved to  Cleveland,  Ohio,  where  he  died  Dec.  31,  1874;  buried  in  Hartford. 

Children: 

8407  George  B.,  born  . 

8408  Frederick  D.,  born  .      He  resides  in  Hartford.     Was  married 

twice.     Two  children,  Delia  and  Jonathan. 

5856  HENRY  FRANK  JEWETT  (Frederick  W."«^  Joseph"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan'**®,  Joseph^"®,  Joseph^",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Simsbury,  Conn.,  Feb.  23,  1826.  He  married  in  Toledo,  Ohio,  Dec.  14,  1869, 
Diantha  Carter. 

Children: 

8409  Delia  Elizabeth,  bom  in  Toledo,  Ohio,  July  22,  1871. 

8410  Jonathan  Robert  Guy,  born  in  St.  Paul,  Neb.,  Jan.  21,  1881. 

5857  MARIAH  LOUISA  PHELPS  (Julietta  M."'%  Joseph"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan"**,  Joseph^"®,  Joseph'",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
May  1,  1822.  She  married  June  29,  1848,  Jacob  Wellman  and  died  from 
consumption  in  Portland,  Me.,  July  7,  1857. 

Children: 

8411  George,  born  June  28,  1849. 

8412  Charles  Phelps,  born  March  ,  1853. 

8413  Louisa  Bell,  born  March  22,  1857. 

5858  ELLEN  ELIZABETH  PHELPS  (Julietta  M.""*,  Joseph"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan**",  Joseph^"®,  Joseph'^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bora 
Feb.  13,  1824.  She  married  Feb.  23,  1846,  W.  Sherwood  of  New  York  City 
and  died  in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  Oct.  28,  1852. 

Children : 

8414  Ada,  born  Dec.  13,  1846. 

8415  Charles,  bom  Nov.  13,  1848. 

5864  SARAH  JANE  HILLYER  (Irene  A.»"«,  Joseph"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan"*",  Joseph^"",  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
Aug.  11,  1825.  She  married  April  30,  1843,  George  Richmond  of  Sheffield, 
Mass.     They  settled  in  Portage  City,  Wis.,  where  he  was  a  merchant. 

Children: 

8416  Irene  Catherine,  bom  June  5,  1846;  died  Oct.  27,  1857. 

8417  George  Pliny,  born  Sept.  12,  1848. 

8418  Hattie  May,  bom  May  23,  1854. 


842  Jewett  Genealogy 

5870  FREDERICK  JAMES  SMITH  (Mary  A.  C."«%  Joseph"", 
Joseph^*",  Nathan"^®,  Joseph^^®,  Joseph"",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
New  Haven,  Conn.,  Jan.  24,  1828.  He  married  Sabra  R.  Alderman  of 
Granby,  Conn. 

Children: 

8419  Jane  Isabella,  born  Dec.  2,  1849. 

8420  Mary  Florence,  bom  July  21,  1854;  married  Henry  E.  Cooley.* 

8421  Charles  Frederick,  born  May  27,  1857;  married  Elizabeth  E.  Whit- 

more.* 

8422  Clara  L.,  bom  ;  died  Aug.  3,  1883,  aged  14  years. 

5874  HELEN  IRENE  JEWETT  (Peter  J.'''°,  Joseph"", 
Joseph'*^,  Nathan^^®,  Joseph^***,  Joseph"^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Granby,  Conn.,  April  16,  1829.  She  married  Feb.  5,  1849,  PHny  Perry 
Pratt,  son  of  Nathaniel  and  Candoce  (Wilcox)  Pratt.  They  reside  in  Paines- 
ville,  Ohio. 

Children: 

8423  Edward   Stanley,  bom   in   Granby,   Conn.,  June   22,   1850;  married 

Emma   Skinner.* 

8424  Charles  Jewett,  bom  in  Granby,  Conn.,  Aug.  31,  1852. 

8425  Arthur   Lee,  bom   in   Killingly,   Conn.,   March   7,   1854 ;   resides   in 

St.  Paul,  Minn. 

8426  Frank  Pliny,  born  in  West  Killingly,  Conn.,  Jan.  11,  1856;  married 

Estelle  Jane  Smith.* 

8427  Bella  Irene,  bom  in  West  Killingly,  Conn.,  Sept.  5,  1858 ;  married 

in  Painesville,  Ohio,  Sept.  5,  1894,  Herbert  Marshall  Doolittle, 
who  was  bom  in  Painesville  Nov.  26,  1856,  son  of  John  Titus  and 
Anne  (Marshall)  Doohttle.  They  reside  in  Painesville.  One  child, 
Marshall  Charles,  bom  June  23,  1896. 

8428  Walter  Wilcox,  bom  in  Painesville,  Ohio,  March  8,  1862 ;  resides  in 

Hartford,   Conn. 

8429  William  John,  bom  in  Painesville,  Ohio,  Sept.  5,  1863;  married  in 

Cleveland,  Ohio,  July  19,  1893,  Mary  L.  Scott,  who  was  born  in 
Toronto,  Canada,  May  11,  1864,  daughter  of  Alexander  and 
Catherine  (Priestman)   Scott.     They  reside  in  Cleveland. 

8430  Grace  Louise,  born  in  Painesville,  Ohio,  July  17,  1871 ;  married  Allan 

Wadsworth  Carpenter.* 

8431  Helen  Jewett,  born  in  Painesville,  Ohio,  Sept.  10,  1874;  resides  there, 

unmarried. 

5875  JANE  ANNA  JEWETT  (Peter  J.""",  Joseph"",  Joseph'«% 
Nathan'^,  Joseph"®,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Granby, 
Conn.,  Oct.  16,  1830.  She  married  Aug.  15,  1860,  Ira  A.  Mather  of  Green- 
field, Mass.,  and  died  in  1900. 


Ninth  Generation  84!3'. 

Children,  born  in  Painesvillc,  Ohio: 

8432  Frank  Malvern,  born  Dec.  30,   186«;  married  in   Hartford,  Conn., 

June  24,  1903,  Florence  Fthel  Moses,  who  was  born  Jan.  28, 
1882,  dauf^htcr  of  William  Henry  and  Anna  Mabel  (Dwyer) 
Moses.     Thvy  reside  in  Hartford,  where  he  is  Chief  Clerk  of  the 

Probate  Court.     One  child,  Anna  Gertrude,  bom  ;  died  Sept. 

2,  1905. 

8433  Alice  Gertrude,  born  Oct.  29,  1866;  died  April  1,  1867. 

5876  MARY  ANN  CAROLINE  JEWETT  (Peter  J."»»,  Joseph"«% 
Joseph"",  Nathan'"',  Joseph"",  Joseph'-',  JosephS  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Granby,  Conn.,  Sept.  15,  1832.  She  married  Aufr.  25,  1852,  Czar  D.  Good- 
man of  New  Haven,  Conn.     She  resides  with  her  daughter  in  Hartford,  Conn. 

Children: 

8434  Mary  Louisa,  bom  in  Granby,  Conn.,  May  12,  1856;  married  (1st) 

Elmer  Cobb,  who  died  May  ,  1880;  married  (2d)  Albert  J; 

Peck,  who  died  in  1894.  She  died  July  9,  1893.  One  child  by 
first  husband,  viz.,  Julius  Kingsley  Cobb,  born  June  22,  1875; 
resides  in  Detroit,  Mich. 

8435  Clara  Minerva,  born  Oct.  19,  1859. 

5877  JOSEPH  FRANKLIN  JEWETT  (Peter  J.^«»°,  Joseph'"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan-*",  Joseph'"",  Joseph'-,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Granby,  Conn.,  Feb.  26,  1835.  He  married  June  5,  1860,  Cecilia  Eliza 
Child  of  Cleveland,  Ohio,  who  was  born  July  29,  1842.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a 
soldier  in  the  Civil  War;  enlisted  in  the  2d  Conn.  Vols.  April  22,  1861,  and 
was  mustered  out  Aug.  7,  1861.  He  is  President  of  the  Cincinnati  Carriage 
Goods  Co.,  of  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  and  resides  in  Wj^oming,  Ohio. 

Children : 

8436  Laura  Hepzibah,  born  March  21,  1861. 

8437  Jennie  L.,  bora  Aug.  13,  1862;  died  Sept.  3,  1865. 

8438  Helen  M.,  bom  April  13,  1864;  married  Frank  Baker  DeCamp.* 

8439  Carrie  Louise,  bom  Aug.  11,  1866;  married  Albert  Lincoln  Pfaw.* 

8440  Joseph  Franklin,  born  July  12,  1868;  married  Elizabeth  D.  Haven.* 

8441  Grace  Ehza,  born  Sept.  13,  1870;  married  Bandon  R.  Millikin.* 

8442  Max,  bom  Nov.  17,  1872;  married  in  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  May  15,  1901, 

Jennie  Kane.  He  resides  in  Cincinnati,  where  he  is  Secretary  of 
the  Cincinnati  Carriage  Goods  Co. 

8443  Cecilia  C,  born  Dec.  26,  1874. 

5878  GEORGE  ELIJAH  JEWETT  (Peter  J.""",  Joseph'"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan-*",  Joseph'"",  Joseph"',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Granby,  Conn.,  Oct.  26,  1838.     He  married  Jan.  6,  1869,  Grace  E.  Kelley 


844  Jewett  Genealogy 

of  Cleveland,  Ohio,  who  was  born  Nov.  5,  1848.     Mr.  Jewett  is  a  salesman 
and  resides  in  Ludlow,  Ky. 

Children: 

8444  George  M.,  born  May  29,  1875. 

8445  Charlotte  Elizabeth,  born  May  10,  1880. 

8446  Julia  Grace,  bom  Nov.  6,  1884. 

8447  Robert  Stanley,  bom  May  11,  1887. 

5879  LOUISA  ADELAIDE  JEWETT  (Peter  J."'"",  Joseph'"", 
Joseph^^",  Nathan-^®,  Joseph"®,  Joseph^%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora  in 
Granby,  Conn.,  June  10,  1842.  She  married  June  13,  1867,  Theodore  Mills 
Maltbie,  who  was  bom  in  New  York  City  April  29,  1842,  son  of  Pliny  S. 
and  Ann  Twining  (Fowler)  Mills.  At  an  early  age  Mr.  Maltbie  was  taken 
into  the  family  of  his  aunt,  AfFhia  Fowler  Maltbie,  and  assumed  the  name  of 
Maltbie  in  addition  to  the  name  of  Mills.  He  is  a  lawyer  and  resides  in 
Hartford,  Conn.,  where  he  has  been  active  in  the  affairs  of  the  town  and 
has  held  many  offices.  He  was  a  Justice  of  the  Peace  many  years;  was  in 
the  Legislature  in  1870,  1875  and  1878,  and  was  State  Senator  in  1884. 

Children,  born  in  Granby,  Conn.: 

8448  Annie  Louise,  born  July  6,  1875. 

8449  William  Mills,  bom  March  10,  1880.     He  graduated  from  Yale  in 

1901  with  the  degree  of  A.  B.,  and  from  the  Yale  Law  School  in 
1905  with  the  degree  of  LL.  B.    Is  a  lawyer  in  Hartford. 


1«67 


5880  FREDERICK  JENNER  JEWETT  (Peter  J."'®°,  Joseph 
Joseph'"",  Nathan=''%  Joseph'"%  Joseph'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  in 
Granby,  Conn.,  April  8,  1845.  He  married  May  1,  1871,  Mary  E.  Cooley. 
They  settled  in  Granby,  where  he  held  different  town  offices  and  was  Select- 
man in  1893.     They  now  reside  in  Wethersfield,  Conn. 

Children,  born  in  Granby,  Conn. : 

8450  Stella  H.,  born  Jan.  28,  1872;  married  March  27,  1894,  Oliver  C. 

Goodard  and  resides  in  Granby. 

8451  John  Mills,  bom  March  29,  1877;  married  June  15,  1898,  Bessie 

Emma  Holcomb,  daughter  of  H.  W.  Holcomb.     They  reside  in 
Granby.     One  child,  Esther. 

8452  Helen  Cooley,  born  Oct.  10,  1888. 

5882  GEORGE  ROGERS  JEWETT  (Allyn^'%  Zabdiah  R."", 
Joseph"%  Nathan=''%  Joseph'"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora  in 
New  Hartford,  Conn.,  May  17,  1816.  He  married  Feb.  22,  1838,  Sarah 
E.  Rockwell  of  Barkhampsted,  Conn.,  who  was  born  there  Aug.  2,  1815. 
They  resided  in  New  Hartford,  where  he  was  a  merchant  and  where  he  died 
April  5,  1879.     His  wife  died  in  Winsted,  Conn.,  June  20,  1870. 


Ninth  Generation  845 

Children,  horn  in  New  Hartford,  Conn.: 

8453  George  Mortimer,  born  Jan.  8,  1842;  married  Clara  Elizabeth  Hill.* 

8454  Roger  Edgar,  bom  May  21,  1845 ;  died  Feb. ,  1858. 

8455  Julius  Wadsworth,  born  Feb.  17,  1851 ;  died  Feb.  17,  1855. 

5883  BENJAMIN  TUCKER  JEWETT  (Allyn^^^^S  Zabdiah  R.^'", 
Joseph' ^*',  Nathan*®",  J9seph^''®,  Joseph*",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
New  Hartford,  Conn.,  Feb.  18,  1819.  He  married  Julia  Ann  Moffet,  who 
was  born  Nov.  17,  1819.  They  settled  in  Kansas  City,  Mo.,  where  he  was  a 
merchant  for  a  number  of  years,  and  later  removed  to  a  ranch  a  short  dis- 
tance from  Kansas  City. 

Children: 

8456  Isaac,  born  Oct.  1,  1842;. died  unmarried. 

8457  Charles  Frederick,  bom  May  1,  1847.     He  conducted  a  hotel  near 

Santa  Fe,  N.  M. 

8458  Truman,  born  . 


5884  ALBERT  JEWETT  (Allyn"''%  Zabdiah  R.""®,  Joseph'"", 
Nathan"',  Joseph"",  Joseph^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Winsted,  Conn.,  Oct.  26,  1823.  He  married  in  East  Haddam,  Conn.,  Nov. 
23,  1847,  Anne  Mariah  Palmer,  who  was  bom  there  in  1828,  daughter  of 
Horace  and  Theresa  (Fox)  Palmer.  Mr.  Jewett  died  in  Waterloo,  N.  Y., 
in  1889. 

Children,  bom  in  Brooklyn,  N.   Y.: 

8459  Arabella,  bora  Dec.  2,  1850;  died  Feb.  24,  1852. 

8460  Addie,  born  in  I860;  married  in  Seneca  Falls,  N.  Y.,  in  1882,  Frank 

M.  Clark,  who  was  born  in  Waterloo,  N.  Y.,  in  1860. 

8461  Edwin  Lewis,  bom  in  1865 ;  married  Rose  Oakes.* 

6889  ELIZA  ANN  GOODSELL  (Frances^'"*%  Zabdiah  R."", 
Joseph"^,  Nathan^"",  Joseph"*,  Joseph*^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
New  Hartford,  Conn.,  Nov.  29,  1810.    She  married  Aralzeman  Russ. 

Children: 

8462  Solon  R.,  bom  Sept.  ,  1832. 

8463  Norman  M.,  bom  ,  1834. 

8464  Samuel  G.,  bom ,  1836. 

8465  Robert,  born  ,  1838. 

8466  Fanny,  born  ,  1840. 

8467  Oliver,  born  ,  1842. 

8468  PauHna,  bom  ,1845. 

5905  REV.  CHARLES  WELLS  HAYES  (Pliny'''",  Lucretia"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan^"",  Joseph"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora  in 


846  Jewett  Genealogy 

Canandaigua,  N.  Y.,  March  19,  1828.  He  married  in  Geneva,  N.  Y.,  June 
13,  1854,  Frances  Elizabeth  Gladding,  daughter  of  Timothy  and  Cynthia 
(Whipple)  Gladding  of  Albany,  N.  Y.  She  was  born  in  Albany  Dec.  22, 
1835,  and  died  in  Westfield,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  30,  1889.  Mr.  Hayes  was  educated 
in  Canandaigua  Academy  and  Hobart  College.  Received  degree  of  B.  A. 
in  1849,  M.  A.  in  1852  and  S.  T.  D.  in  1888.  He  became  Deacon  in  the 
Protestant  Episcopal  Church  in  1852  and  Priest  in  1853.  Was  Rector  and 
Missionary  in  Western  New  York  from  1852  to  1867 ;  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop 
of  Maine  and  Canon  of  the  Cathedral  in  Portland  from  1867  to  1880; 
Rector  in  Westfield  and  Phelps  from  1880  to  1901 ;  Professor  and  Librarian 
in  DeLancey  Divinity  School  in  Geneva,  N.  Y.,  in  1893  and  Warden  of 
same  from  1901.  He  is  historian  of  Hobart  College  and  a  member  of  the 
Historical  Societies  of  Maine,  Wisconsin,  Rochester,  Buffalo ;  of  the  Netr 
England  Historical  and  Genealogical  Society  and  Sons  of  the  Revolution. 
Is  an  author  of  American  History,  Biography,  Genealogy,  Music,  and  Archi- 
tecture.   Resides  in  Geneva,  N.  Y. 

Children: 

8469  Mary  Frances,  born  in  Fayetteville,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  11,  1855;  died  in 

Geneva,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  30,  1906. 

8470  Charles,  bom  Aug.  25,  1858 ;  died  Aug.  26,  1858. 

8471  Anna  Williams,  bom  in  New  Hartford,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  21,  1859;  died 

there  Jan.  9,  1861. 

8472  Margaret  Alice,  born  in  New  Hartford,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  17,  1861. 

8473  Katharine  Elizabeth,  bom  in  New  Hartford,  N.  Y.,  July  19,  1863. 

8474  Henry  Wells  Stanley,  bom  in  Portland,  Me.,  March  28,  1874.     He 

graduated  from  Hobart  College  in  1897  and  from  the  University 
of  the  South  in  1899.     Is  a  physician  in  Atlanta,  Ga. 

5906  ROBERT  PLINY  HAYES  (PHny«''%  Lucretia^°«%  Joseph"% 
Nathan'^",  Joseph"",  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Canan- 
daigua, N.  Y.,  Feb.  25,  1831.  He  married  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  April  22, 
1858,  Sarah  Elizabeth  Sizer,  daughter  of  Henry  Huntington  and  Mary 
Elizabeth  (Whiting)  Sizer.  She  was  bom  in  Buffalo  Jan.  22,  1839,  and 
died  there  Sept.  16,  1868.  He  married  second,  in  Buffalo,  May  19,  1870, 
Luzette  Linzee  Ingersoll,  daughter  of  Rev.  Edward  and  Catherine  (Seymour) 
Ingersoll  of  Buffalo.  She  was  born  in  Troy,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  23,  1841,  and  died 
in  Orange,  N.  J.,  March  12,  1884.  Mr.  Hayes  received  the  degree  of  B.  A. 
from  Brown  University  in  1851  and  M.  A.  in  1886.  He  was  General  Auditor 
of  the  United  States  Express  Co.  from  1855  to  1897;  a  life  member  of  the 
Buffalo  Historical  Society  and  the  New  York  Society  Sons  of  the  Revolution. 
He  was  a  member  of  the  Home  Guards  of  Buffalo  from  1862  to  1863. 
A  close  personal  and  political  friend  of  President  Cleveland  and  a  zealous 
worker  and  generous  contributor  to  sundry  literary  and  benevolent  associa- 
tions.    He  died  in  New  York  City  Dec.  30,  1899. 


Ninth  Generation  847 

Children,  horn  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.     By  first  imfe: 

8475  Mary  Sizer,  horn  Jan.  15,  1859;  married  in  Buffalo,  May  17,  1881, 

Richard  Bennett  Lyman,  who  was  horn  in  Buffalo  April  24,  1858, 
son  of  Nathan  Brown  and  Catherine  R.  (Bennett)  Lyman.     They 
reside  in  Buffalo.     Two  children,  Bennett  V.,  born  May  25,  1883, 
and  Duane  S.,  born  Sept.  9,  1886. 

By  second  wife: 

8476  Maud  Ellen,  born  Dec.  25,  1871.     She  is  a  teacher  in  New  York. 

8477  Luzette  Ingersoll,  born  June  5,  1874.     She  is  a  teacher  in  St.  Mar- 

garet School,  Buffalo. 

8478  Robert  Pliny,  born  June  22,  1878;  died  Oct.  13,  1882. 

5908  ADELAIDE  ELIZABETH  HAYES  (Henry««»«,  Lucretia"", 
Josoph^^",  Nathan'"",  Joseph^"®,  Joseph"*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  St.  Charles,  Mo.,  Aug.  28,  1824.  She  married  in  Franklin,  111.,  June  25, 
1844,  Major  Henry  Vanderburg  Sullivan  of  Quincy,  who  was  born  in  Vin- 
cennes,  Ind.,  March  31,  1816,  and  died  in  Quincy  Oct.  22,  1883.  He  was  a 
publisher,  a  member  of  the  Legislature  and  of  the  City  Council,  and  was 
Paymaster  in  the  United  States  Army  from  1861  to  1865.     Mrs.  Sullivan 

died ,  189—. 

Children,  horn  m  Quincy,  III.: 

8479  Sophronia  Vanderburg,  bom  May  29,  1845;  married  Dec.  22,  1869, 

Addison  L.  Landon.  She  died  May  12,  1879.  One  son  that  died 
in  infancy. 

8480  Helen  Hayes,  bom  Dec.  14,  1846;  married  Jan.  21,  1867,  Thomas 

Austin.  Four  children,  Adelaide  Hayes,  bom  Oct.  30,  1867 ; 
married  in  1898,  Harry  Wood,  who  died  in  1900  leaving  one  child, 
Winifred ;  Annie  Langdon,  born  Feb.  6,  1871 ;  married  in  1894 
Dan  Richardson  ;  Helen  Huntington,  bom  June  10,  1878  ;  and  Sid- 
ney Jewel,  born  May  26,  1880. 

8481  Mary  Richardson,  bom  Oct.  1,  1849;  unmarried. 

8482  Henry  Hayes,  born   June  30,  1852;  married  April  25,   1878,  Eva 

Maria  Eversull  and  died  Nov.  8,  1878. 

8483  Comelia  Adelaide,  bom  Nov.  16,  1855;  died  Nov.  28,  1859. 

8484  Josephine  Ralston,  bom  May  20,  1858. 

8485  Jessie  Maud,  bora  Sept.  11, 'i860. 

5911  LATJRA  HAYES  BROWN  (Emma  L."'"",  Lucretia"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan"',  Joseph'°%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
Jan.  14,  1817.     She  married  March  30,   1840,  Alfred  Lcmpronius  Taft. 

Children: 

8486  Robert  Theodore,  born  Aug.  29,  1842;  died  in  infancy. 

8487  Robert  Lcmpronius,  born  Dec.  20,  1844;  died  in  infancy. 


848  Jewett  Genealogt 

8488  Alfred   Henry,   born    Sept.  ^22,    1848;   married   in    Baltimore,   Md., 

Nov.  24,  1870,  Sarah  Jane  Meakin.  Three  children,  Alfred  S., 
bom  1871 ;  Henry  M.,  bom  1874;  and  Emma  L.,  bom  1876. 

5912  AMANDA  GUNILDA  BROWN  (Emma  L.''«%  Lucretia"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan"%  Joseph'"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
Jan.  15,  1820.     She  married  Oct.  16,  1838,  Herman  A.  Canfield. 

Children: 

8489  Delia  Sophia,  bom  Sept.  4,  1839 ;  married  in  1863,  Joseph  W.  Smith. 

Three  children,  Belle  Louise,  who  died  in  infancy ;  Jessie  Eudora, 
bom  1867,  and  Emma  Lucretia,  born  1868. 

8490  Henry  Titus,  bom  July  27,  1841 ;  married  Dec.  8,  1864,  Delia  A. 

Mansfield.  He  is  a  merchant  in  Zanesville,  Ohio.  Three  children, 
Callie  Belle,  born  1867  ;  Nellie  Grace,  bom  1871,  and  Hattie  Maud, 
born  1875. 

8491  Ellen  Louise,  born  June  11,  1843;  married  Aug.  22,  1865,  Daniel 

Anderson  Bennett  of  Chico,  Cal.  Five  children,  Berham  Eugene, 
born  1866 ;  Clara  May,  bom  1868 ;  Frederick  Anderson,  bom  1871  ; 
Emma  Louise,  bom  1874,  and  a  son  bom  . 

8492  Emma  Lucretia  (twin),  bom  June  11,  1843;  died  Nov.  7,  1845. 

8493  Clara  Gunilda,  born  Jan.  29,  1847;  married  (1st)  Dr.  Levi  B.  La- 

throp,  who  died  in  1871 ;  (2d)  Feb.  8,  1877,  Rev.  Henry  D.  Kutz. 
One  child  by  second  husband,  Maud  E.,  bom  April  7,  1878. 

8494  Edward  Theodore,  born  March  25,  1852 ;  married  Dec.  8,  1875,  Mary 

Bryasly.     One  child,  Arza  Guy. 

8495  Arthur,  bom  Aug.  9,  1859. 

5913  EMMA  LUCRETIA  BROWN  (Emma  L."'",  Lucretia"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan2'%  Joseph"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
April  30,  1822.  She  married  in  Bristol,  March  26,  1845,  John  Wilder 
Taylor,  who  was  born  Sept.  6,  1810.  He  was  a  farmer  and  died  Aug.  5, 
1886.     Mrs.  Taylor  died  in  East  Bloomfield,  April  13,  1898. 

Children: 

8496  James  Brainard,  born  May  11,  1846.     He  is  a  physician    in    New 

York  city,  unm. 

8497  John  Gaylord,  born  July  27,  1848;  married  Aug.  11,  1869,  Sarah 

Augusta  M'Lachlan,  who  died  in  1898.  He  is  a  farmer  in  Denison, 
Texas.     One  child,  Laura  Ward,  bom  1870. 

8498  Charles  Eugene,  born  March  21,  1850;  died  in  infancy. 

8499  Ada  Emma,  born  Oct.  13,  1852;  married  June  15,  1879,  Frederick 

Higginbotham,  a  merchant.  She  died  Sept.  19,  1893.  Four  chil- 
dren, Kate  Emma,  born  1877;  John  Harold,  bom  1880;  Frieda 
and  Karl. 


Ninth  Generation  849' 

5915  EDWARD  AUGUSTUS  BROWN  (Emma  L."",  Lucretia"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan='*%  Joseph'''%  Joscplr%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
Dec.  10,  1826.  He  married  Jan.  13,  1853,  Sue  Diller  Witwer.  He  was  a 
farmer  in  Pembroke,  N.  Y. 

Children: 

8500  Eva  Augusta,  born  Nov.  29,  1853;  married  in  1873,  WilHam  Taylor 

Bumell.     Two  children,  Hattie  May,  bom  1875,  and  Etta,  born 
1881. 

8501  Etta  Virginia,  bom  Aug.  5,  1855. 

8502  Hattie  Minerva,  born  Jan.  2,  1863;  died  March  4,  1868. 
8603     Lewis  Heston,  born  March  23,  1866;  died  June  — ,  1878. 

5918  ADA  BLACKMER  BROWN  (Emma  L.'""'*,  Lucretia'°", 
Joseph"",  Nathan=«^  Joseph'°^  Joseph"',  JosephS  Edward'),  was  bom 
June  20,  1834.  She  married  Oscar  Milmarth  of  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.,  who 
was  born  Dec.  19,  1832. 

Children: 

8504  Louis  Theodore,  bom  June  14,  1859. 

8505  Oscar,  bom  April  29,  1861. 

8506  Ada  Maria,  born  March  29,  1866. 

5919  DR.  RICHMOND  SIMMONS  HAYES  (Harold^"",  Lucretia"''% 
Joseph"",  Nathan-'",  Joseph'"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Clinton,  Ind.,  March  6,  1823.  He  married  in  West  Bloomfield,  N.  Y., 
June  6,  1848,  Maria  Peck  Taft,  who  was  born  in  West  Bloomfield,  Feb.  25, 
1825,  daughter  of  Robert  and  Rhoda  (Plymton)  Taft.  She  died  in  East 
Bloomfield,  N.  Y.,  March  24,  1870.  Dr.  Hayes  was  educated  in  the  Canan- 
daigua  Academy  and  received  his  degree  from  the  Woodstock,  Vermont,  Medi- 
cal College.  He  was  Surgeon  of  the  129th  Regt.,  U.  S.  V.,  and  8th  Artil- 
lery from  1861  to  1865.     He  died  in  East  Bloomfield,  Jan.  31,  1890. 

Children: 

8507  Chloe  Maria,  born  June  27,  1849;  died  in  infancy. 

8508  Robert  Taft,  born  Jan.  5,  1852.     He  was  a  physician  in  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y.,  and  died  in  1893,  unm. 

8509  Ida  Louise,  born  Sept.  16,  1856;  resides  in  East  Bloomfield,  unm. 

8510  Kate  Eliza,  born  July  2,  1859;  died  in  infancy. 

8511  Louis  Richmond,  bora  Sept.  26,  1861;  died  in  infancy. 

5920  DR.  PLINY  HAROLD  HAYES  (HaroW*"",  Lucrctla'"', 
Joseph"",  Nathan^'",  Joseph"",  Joseph'-,  Joseph*,  l^lward'),  was  bom 
in  Clinton,  Ind.,  Oct.  2,  1824.  He  married  in  West  Bloomfield,  N.  Y.,  Sept. 
6,  1848,  Cornelia  Catharine  Ilall,  daughter  of  Augustine  and  Marietta 
(Shelley)  Hall.  She  was  born  in  West  Bloomfield,  March  31,  1822,  and  died 
in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  May  13,  1898.     He  received  his  degree  of  M.  D.,  from 


850  Jewett  Genealogy 

the  Jefferson  Medical  College  in  1848  and  became  a  noted  physician  in  Buf- 
falo.    He  died  April  9,  1894. 

Children : 

8512  Susan  Hall,  bom  Aug.  11,  1850;  married  April  IT,  1873,  John  A. 

Hobbie.  He  is  a  merchant  in  Tonawanda,  N.  Y.  Three  children, 
John  Albert,  bom  1874,  married  in  1903,  Mary  Belle  Charlton. 
He  is  a  physician  in  Tonawanda;  Mabel  Catharine,  bom  1878, 
married  in  1900,  George  Washington  Edson  and  has  two  children, 
viz.,  John  James,  bom  1900,  and  Susan  Mabel,  born  1905 ;  Rich- 
ard Hayes,  bom  1881.     He  is  a  manufacturer  in  Oswego,  N.  Y. 

8513  Francis  Mason,  born  March  28,  1853;  married    March    28,  1878, 

Helen  Lucretia  Russ,  who  was  bom  March  17,  1862.  He  is  a 
physician  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  Four  children,  Pliny  Harold,  bom 
March  17,  1879,  a  physician ;  Lucretia  Caroline,  born  Sept.  4, 
1880;  Frank  Anderson,  born  Oct.  17,  1883,  and  Roger  Russ,  bom 
Oct.  29,  1887. 

8514  Harold  Augustine,  bom  July  7,  1859;  married  Sept.  26,  1885,  Carrie 

Louise  Tyler.  He  is  a  phj'sician  in  Buffalo.  Five  children,  Edwin 
Hawley,  born  Sept.  9,  1886;  Louise  Catharine,  born  Sept.  6,  1888; 
Eleanor  Marietta,  born  March  25,  1892 ;  Harold  Tyler,  born  June 
10,  1894,  and  Richmond  Shelley,  bom  Aug.  11,  1896. 

8515  Catharine  Emily,  bom  Feb.  29,  1864 ;  died  Oct.  23,  1899,  unm. 

5921  LUCRETIA  JEWETT  HOWLAND  (Gunilda^*°S  Lucretia"", 
Joseph^*",  Nathan"^**,  Joseph^"",  Joseph"",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
April  6,  1822.  She  married  July  24,  1845,  James  Young,  who  was  bom 
Feb.  12,  1806,  and  died  Oct.  9,  1863.     She  died  March  4,  1891. 

Children: 

8516  Howard  Alfred,  bom  ,  1846. 

8517  Genie  Scott,  bom  ,  1848 ;  died  in  infancy. 

8518  Harold  Eugene,  bom  ,  1853 ;  married  in  1872,  Frances  Hariet 

Brewster. 

8519  Edward  Howland,  bom  ,  1853;  married  in  1877,  Caroline    E. 

Chidsey. 

8520  George  Pulaski,  born .  1855:  married  in  1881,  Mary  Boneman. 

8521  Ellen  Gunilda,  bom  ,  1859. 

5930  RALPH  WILCOX  HAYES  (Mumford'*"-,  Lucretia"*", 
Joseph"",  Nathan-"®',  Joseph"®,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
Nov.  11,  1835.  He  married  Oct.  12,  1859,  Sarah  A.  Sage,  who  was  born 
July  4,  1837.  Mr.  Hayes  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War  and  died  in  service, 
Jan.  22,  1864. 

Children: 

8522  Ralph  Huntington,  born  Jan.  30,  1861 ;  married  (1st)  Oct.  19,  1887, 


Ninth  Generation  861 

Margaret  L.  Oatman,  who  died  Feb.  14,  1894,  aged  35  years; 
married  (5id)  Feb.  5,  1896,  Myrtle  C.  Allen.  They  reside  in  Can- 
andaigua,  N.  Y.,  where  he  is  a  printer.  Children  by  first  wife, 
Stuart  Mumford,  bom  in  1889,  died  in  infancy,  and  Carlton 
Claude,  bom  in  1890.  Child,  by  second  wife,  Gordon  Allen, 
born  in  1899. 

8523  Jennie  Elizabeth,  born  Feb.  18,  1864. 

5933  GEORGE  JEWETT  HAYES  (Hector"''%  Lucretia"", 
Joseph^***,  Nathan"*",  Joseph^"",  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
Sept.  26,  1831.  He  married  April  18,  1852,  Frances  Jane  Stone,  who  was 
bom  Sept.  23,  1834.     He  is  a  farmer. 

Children : 

8524  Elizabeth  Sylvan,  born  Oct.  — ,  1855. 

8525  Lillian  L.  M.,  born  July  6,  1865 ;  married  in  1888,  Frank  L.  Whitney. 

5935  NATHAN  BRADLEY  HAYES  (Hector"''^  Lucretia"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan"*",  Joseph'"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
Dec.  13,  1835.  He  married  Sept.  1,  1864,  Mary  Adelaide  Olmstead,  who 
was  born  Sept.  9,  1845.  They  reside  in  Ionia,  Mich.,  where  he  is  a  farmer 
and  banker,  and  was  a  member  of  the  Michigan  Legislature  from  that  town. 

Children: 

8526  George  Bradley,  bom  Aug.  10,  1866. 

8527  Hector  Jay,  born  April  23,  1868 ;  married  in  1891,  Florence  N.  Frain. 

8528  Jennie  C.,'born  Nov.  18,  1871. 

8529  Austin  Cate,  bom  Sept.  23,  1875. 

5936  MARY  LUCRETIA  HAYES  (Hector»*"%  Lucretia"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan^'",  Joseph'"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
Aug.  6,  1840.  She  married  Dec.  28,  1865,  Leroy  Pallmew,  who  was  born 
Nov.  9,  1823.     He  was  a  farmer  in  New  Plains,  Mich. 

Children  : 

8530  Linnie  Mary,  bom  Nov.  18,  1866. 

8531  Bradley  Leroy,  bom  Aug.  24,  1868. 

8532  Birdie,  bom  Feb.  15,  1870;  died  in  infancy. 

8533  Edna  Adelaide,  born  Oct.  23,  1872. 

5939  LOUISE  ELIZABETH  HAYES  (Guy'*"*,  Lucrctia"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan-*",  Joseph'"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
June  30,  1833.  She  married  Sept.  6,  1854,  Randolph  Huntington,  who  was 
bom  Dec.  8,  1829.  He  was  a  druggist  and  later  an  extensive  jtock  breeder 
on  Long  Island.     They  now  reside  in  Rochester,  N.  Y. 


852  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

8534  Robert  Guy,  born  April  10,  1856;  died  in  infancy. 

8535  Randolph  Howard,  born  July  22,  1858;  died  in  infancy. 

8536  Isabella  Lord,  born  Aug.  17,  1861 ;  married  in  New  York  city,  Dec. 

15,  1902,  Rev.  James  Winthrop  Hegeman,  Rector  of  Christ  Church 
in  Ballston  Spa,  N.  Y. 

8537  Allie  Louise,  bom  May  21,  1863;  married  (1st),  in  Rochester,  Oct. 

7,  1882,  Willis  Frederick  Gove,  who  died  Feb.  — ,  1892;  married 
(2d),  in  New  York  city,  March  15,  1894,  Frank  N.  Kondolf  of 
Pittsburg,  Pa.  Two  children  by  second  marriage,  viz.,  Harold 
Huntington,  born  Oct.  7,  1896,  and  Louise  Huntington,  t)om  May 
24,  1899. 

8538  Nathaniel  Wheeler,  bom  Feb.  28,  1865;  died  Nov.  30,  1891. 

8539  Henry  Gaylord  Norton,  bora  July  27,  1868;  died  Sept.  16,  1876. 

8540  Albert  William,  bom  May  30,  1870;  died  Sept.  24,  1876. 

5941  MYRON  HERVEY  BLACKMER  (Elizabeth  A.'*°%  Lucretia'''% 
Joseph"^  Nathan''%  Joseph^"%  Joseph",  JosephS  Edward'),  was  bora 
Dec.  12,  1830.  He  married  Sept.  14,  1854,  Harriet  Newell  Pennell,  who 
was  born  Jan.  21,  1834,  daughter  of  John  and  Sarah  (Green)  Pennell,  of 
Honeoye,  N.  Y.     He  was  a  famier  in  Honeoye  and  died  Feb.  10,  1898. 

Children: 

8541  John  Hervey,  born  Nov.  11,  1857. 

8542  Frank  Pennell,  born  Nov.  7,  I860. 

8543  Carlton  Myron,  born  Jan.  8,  1863;  married  Jan.  9,  1891,  Hattie  M. 

Van  Buren  and  died  April  10,  1892. 

8544  Elizabeth  Sarah,  bom  Feb.  10,  1868 ;  married  Oct.  17,  1889,  Spencer 

G.  Sisson. 

8545  Harriet  Amy,  born  Nov.  16,  1869 ;  married  Aug.  10,  1896,  John  F. 

Reid. 

8546  Thomas  R.  (twin),  bora  June  14,  1873. 

8547  George  P.  (twin),  born  June  14,  1873. 

5944  ELIZABETH  FOSTER  BLACKMER  (Elizabeth^^''%Lucretia"''% 
Joseph"^  Nathan''^,  Joseph"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
Dec.  2,  1839.  She  married  Aug.  12,  1868,  Rev.  Joseph  Carlton  Plumb,  who 
was  bora  Sept.  11,  1832,  son  of  Hon.  Joseph  Plumb.  He  is  a  Congrega- 
tional minister  in  North  Brookfield,  Mo. 

Children: 

8548  Caroline  Hale,  bora  July  9,  1871. 

8549  Elizabeth  Hayes,  bora  Oct.  17,  1873. 

8550  Carlton  Hervey,  bora  July  24,  1875. 

8551  Joseph  Jewett,  bora  Dec.  24,  1877 ;  died  in  infancy. 


Ninth  Generation  85S 

5945  SARAH  LUCRETIA  BLAC'KMER  (ElizabcthA."°^  Lucretia"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan-",  Joseph*"*,  Joseph'--,  Joseph%  Edward'),  was  bom 
Aug.  18,  1841.  She  married  June  15,  1862,  Francis  Granger  Pennell,  who 
was  born  May  22,  1828,  son  of  John  and  Sarah  (Green)  Pennell.  He  was 
a  farmer  in  Honeoye,  N.  Y.     She  died  April  26,  1899. 

Children : 

8552  Elizabeth  Rlackmer,  born  Dec.  18,  1863;  married  in  San  Francisco, 

Cal,,  Sept.  29,  1906,  Vernon  A.  Laughlin    of    Mexico,  a    mining 
engineer. 

8553  Sarah  Green,  bom  May  27,  1867;  married  Dec.  15,  1887,  Frank  H. 

Kent,  a  fanner  of  Bristol  and  Canandaigua,  N.  Y.,  son  of  John 
and  Cclestia  (Mason)  Kent.     One  child,  Georgia,  bom  in  1897. 

8554  Georgia,  bom  Sept.  9,  1868 ;  died  Nov.  24,  1883. 

5955  REV.  CHARLES  RAYMOND  JEWETT  (George""",  Joshua 
R."",  Joseph"",  Nathan'",  Joseph"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was 
bom  in  Macon,  Ga.,  July  29,  1824.  He  married  Dec.  28,  1848,  Octavia  N. 
Chester  of  Georgia,  who  was  bom  Jan.  28,  1831,  and  died  May  11,  1853. 
He  married  (2d)  March  27,  1855,  Martha  P.  Clement,  who  was  bom  Jan. 
19,  1835,  daughter  of  Rev.  Bishop  Clement.  Mr.  Jewett  was  educated  in 
the  Emory  College  of  Georgia  and  was  a  prominent  Methodist  minister  of 
the  South  Georgia  Conference. 

Children  hif  first  wife: 

8555  Elizabeth  Davant,  born  Oct.  21,  1849. 

8556  George  Chester,  bom  June  4,  1851 ;  died  July  2,  1852. 

8557  Martha  Octavia,  bom  March  17,  1853;  died  July  25,  1853. 

Children  hy  second  unfe: 

8558  Goodwin  Anthony,  bora  Feb.  8,  1856. 

8559  Henry  Raymond,  bom  Nov.  23,  1857.     He  is  a  prominent  dentist 

in  Atlanta,  Ga. 
Perhaps  others. 

5975  JOHN  HOWARD  JEWETT  (Henry  L."*',  Joshua  R."", 
Joseph"",  Nathan'",  Joseph*"",  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom 
in  Macon,  Ga.,  June  7,  1849.  He  married  in  Bibb  Co.,  Ga.,  Dec.  17,  1848, 
Lou  Ella  Sanders,  who  was  bom  in  Bibb  Co.,  March   20,  1854,  and  was 

killed  in  a  runaway  accident  Oct.  ,  1901.     Mr.  Jewett  resides  on  a  farm 

near  Macon. 

Children: 

8560  Mary  Lou,  bom  May  27,  1876;  married  Dec.  ,  1902,  Walter 

Lundy. 


864  Jewett  Genealogy 

8661  Kittie  Lee,  bom  April  25,  1879 ;  married  Sept.  ,  1896,  George 

Brantley.     One  child,  George  Ross,  born  June ,  1897. 

8662  Henry  Lee,  bom  Dec.  7,  1883. 

8563  Raymond  Sanders,  bom  Dec.  23,  1889. 

6976  GEORGE  BOWERS  JEWETT  (Henry  L.'"%  Joshua  R."", 
Joseph^®",  Nathan"*",  Joseph"®,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in 
Macon,  Ga.,  April  20,  1853.  He  married  in  Madison,  Ga.,  Sept.  7,  1876, 
Katie  Harrison  Browne,  who  was  born  in  Madison  June  27,  1853,  daughter 
of  George  Young  and  N.  Caroline  Browne.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  graduate  of 
Emory  College  of  Oxford,  Ga.,  and  is  prominently  engaged  in  the  Insurance 
business  and  Horticulture.  He  is  Vice  President  of  the  Macon  Savings 
Bank,  Trustee  of  Wesleyan  Female  College  and  of  the  Georgia  Academy  for 
the  Blind.     Residence,  Macon. 

Children,  born  in  Macon,  Ga.: 

8564  Pauline,  born  Aug.  2,  1877. 

8565  Irene  Talmadge,  bom  July  2,  1879;  married  Rev.  Claude  Singleton 

Bridges,  who  was  born  in  Macon  Co.,  Ga.,  Aug.  15,  1876.  He 
is  a  Minister  in  the  M.  E.  Church  South  and  resides  in  Macon. 
Two  children,  Katie  Harrison,  born  in  Greens  Cut,  Ga.,  Jan.  22, 
1905,  and  George  Leslie,  bom  in  Macon,  Dec.  15,  1906. 

8566  Martha  Howard,  born  July  25,  1881 ;  married  June  27,  1900,  Gordon 

Isaac  Hardman,  who  was  bom  in  Clinton,  Ga.,  Feb.  12,  1876. 
They  reside  in  Macon,  where  he  is  in  the  Insurance  business.  Two 
children,  born  in  Macon,  viz.,  Pauline  Jewett,  bom  March  24, 
1904,  and  Martha  Eleanor,  born  Nov.  2,  1906. 

8567  Carrie  Sedwick,  born  Sept.  15,  1883. 

8568  Kittie,  bom  March  6,  1886. 

8569  George  B.,  bom  Sept.  13,  1888. 

8570  Mamie  Frances,  bom  May  18,  1890. 
8671     Howard  Cossitt,  born  Jan.  26,  1893. 

6979  M.  KITTIE  JEWETT  (Henry  L.^"',  Joshua  R."",  Joseph"", 
Nathan"%  Joseph'*'%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Macon,  Ga., 
April  28,  1860.  She  married  there  Jan.  29,  1885,  Dr.  Howard  J.  Williams 
of  Macon,  son  of  William  D.  and  Nancy  E.  (Callier)  WiUiams. 

Children : 
8572  Martha  Jewett,  born  Nov.  9,  1885. 
8673     Henry  Lee  Jewett,  born  Dec.  1,  1887. 

8574  Hannah  Gillon,  bora  Oct.  28,  1895. 

8575  Dutchie,  born  Dec.  31,  1896. 

8676     Joseph  V.  Reed,  bora  Aug.  26,  1900. 


Ninth  Generation  855 

5981  MARY  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (Patrick  U.'*'\  Joshua  R."", 
Joseph^*",  Nathan-'*^  Joseph'"",  Joseph'",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
Nov.  15,  185J2.  She  married  Nov.  22,  1876,  Joseph  Villroy  Reed.  They 
reside  in  New  Albany,  Ind. 

Children: 

8577  Jewett  V.,  born  July  10,  1878. 

8578  Josephine,  bom  Feb.  13,  1885. 

8579  Alma,  born  May  4,  1887. 

5982  IDA  JANE  JEWETT  (Patrick  H.'"%  Joshua  R.'«",  Joseph^"^, 
Nathan'*',  Joseph'°%  Joseph'-,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  Feb.  19,  1855. 
She  married  May  19,  1880,  Eugene  Frazer.  They  reside  in  Jeffersonville, 
Ind. 

Children: 

8580  Jewett  H.,  bom  April  13,  1882. 

8581  Jean,  bom  Jan.  1,  1884. 

8582  Pauline,  born  Feb.  5,  1887. 
8683     Howard,  born  March  1,  1889. 

8584  Clara,  bom  Feb.  11,  1891.  * 

5983  HENRY  EDWARD  JEWETT  (Patrick  H."",  Joshua  R."", 
Joseph'*",  Nathan'*%  Joseph"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
April  3,  1858.  He  married  Sept.  30,  1886,  Margaret  Wells.  Mr.  Jewett 
resides  in  New  Albany,  Ind.,  where  he  is  a  prominent  lawyer  and  a  member 
of  the  law  firm  of  Jewett  and  Jewett. 

Children: 

8585  Wells,  born  Sept.  15,  1887. 

8586  Margaret,  born  Aug.  15,  1890. 

5985  KATE  JEWETT  (Patrick  H."'%  Joshua  R.'"%  Joseph"%  Na- 
than"', Joseph'"*,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom  April  15,  1869. 
She  married  Thomas  Bohon  and  resides  in  Jeffersonville,  Ind. 

Children: 

8587  Mildred,  bom  April  11,  1892. 

8588  Catherine  Jane,  bom  March  2,  1906. 

5987  WILLIAM  BUTLER  JEWETT  (George  W.»*'^  Josiah'"', 
Joseph"",  Nathan'*',  Joseph'"",  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Durham,  Conn.,  Sept.  3,  1829.  He  married  in  Howell,  Mich.,  Eleanor 
W.  Huntley,  daughter  of  William  E.  and  Huldah  ISL  Huntley.  She  was  born 
in  Chili,  N.  Y.,  May  4,  1830,  and  died  in  Howell  Jan.  ,  1861.  He  mar- 
ried second,  in  Howell,  Martha  J.  Glover,  who  was  l)om  in  Howell  about 
1844,  daughter  of  Luther  M.  and  Cordelia  Glover.    They  resided  in  Howell, 


866  Jewett  Genealogy 

where  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  merchant  and  where  he  died  Jan.  4,  1897.     Mrs. 
Jewett  resides  in  Allegan,  Mich. 

Children,  horn  in  Howell,  Mich.     By  f.rst  wife: 

8589  Frank  Webster,  born  in  1859 ;  resides  in  Lansing,  Mich, 

By  second  wife: 

8590  Lucia  C,  bom  May  15,  1866;  married  in  Howell,  June  7,  1892, 

Lewis  Aldrich  Mack,  who  was  born  in  Seneca,  N.  Y.,  son  of  Samuel 
Robert  and  Jennie  (Franklin)  Mack.  They  reside  in  St.  Louis, 
Mo.,  where  Mr.  Mack  is  in  the  Piano  and  Musical  Instrument 
business. 

8591  Florence  D.,  bom  July  25,  1868.     Resides  in  Allegan,  Mich. 

.  5989  SARAH  LUCRETIA  JEWETT  (George  W."",  Josiah"", 
Joseph"";  Nathan"%  Joseph'"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  25,  1835.  She  married  in  Howell,  Mich.,  Dec.  27, 
1857,  Zenas  Fobes  Grossman,  born  in  Peacham,  Vt.,  Oct.  1,  1830,  son  of 
Zenas  and  Alma  Grossman.  They  resided  in  Howell,  where  he  was  a  mer- 
chant and  where  he  died  Dec.  1,  1876.  Mrs.  Grossman  died  in  Buffalo,  N. 
Y.,  April  20,  1904. 

Children,  horn  i/n  Howell,  Mich.: 
8692  George  Jewett,  born  Dec.  27,  1859 ;  married  in  Topeka,  Kan.,  Dec. 
27,  1900,  Harriet  Elizabeth  Mills,  bom  in  Howell  Feb.  16,  1865, 
daughter  of  Henry  Hobart  and  Isabella  (McPherson)  Mills.  They 
reside  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  from  which  place  he  is  a  Commercial 
Traveler.     One  child,  George  Jewett,  bora  in  Cleveland  Sept.  23, 

1905. 

8593  Samuel  Fobes,  bora  July  5,  1861.     He  resides  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y., 

where  he  is  a  member  of  the  Coal  and  Iron  Exchange. 

5990  MARY  VICTORIA  JEWETT  (George  W.'"%  Josiah"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan^'",  Joseph'"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Howell,  Mich.,  March  1,  1840.  She  married  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  24, 
1863,  Salem  G.  Kennedy.  He  was  an  Accountant  and  died  in  Highlands, 
N.  J.,  Aug.  24,  1888.     Mrs.  Kennedy  resides  in  Buffalo. 

Child: 

8594  George  Barrell,  bora  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  25,  1865. 

5992  ELLEN  AUGUSTA  JEWETT  (George  W.^*",  Josiah"", 
Joseph"",  Nathan"%  Joseph'"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Howell,  Mich.,  Nov.  26,  1844.  She  married  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  12, 
1876,  John  Ellicott,  bora  in  Troy,  N.  Y.,  July  16,  1837,  son  of  Thomas 
and  Ellen  Ellicott.     He  is  a  Travehng  Salesman.     Residence,  Buffalo. 


I 


Ninth  Generation  857 

Child: 

8595  Charles  Jewctt,  born  in  Howell,  Mich.,  June  23,  1880. 

5993  CHARLES  GREGORY  JEWETT  (George  W.='"^  Josiah^"', 
Joseph^*",  Nathan-*",  Joseph^*"*,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Howell,  Mich.,  Feb.  26,  1847.  He  married  there  June  6,  1883,  Eva  Al- 
mira  Mills,  born  in  Ypsilunti,  Mich.,  March  7,  1863,  daughter  of  Edwin  J. 
and  Cornelia  A.  Mills.  They  reside  in  Howell,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  in  the 
Heating  and  Plumbing  business. 

Children,  born  in  Hozcell,  Mich.: 

8596  Annis  Cornelia,  born  July  11,  1885. 

8597  Charles  Gregory,  bom  Nov.  21,  1889. 

8598  Josephine  Jeannette,  born  Sept.  29,  1891. 

5994,  REV.  GEORGE  WARD  DUNBAR  (Martha^'*-",  Josiah'"', 
Joseph^*",  Nathan**®,  Joseph^"^,  Joseph"*,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  March  8,  1833.  He  was  a  student  at  Hobart  College  of 
Geneva,  N.  Y.,  from  1851  to  1855;  teacher  from  1855  to  1857,  and  attended 
the  General  Theological  Seminary  of  New  York  City  from  1857  to  I860. 
He  was  ordained  in  Trinity  Church,  New  York,  July  1,  1860;  held  various 
parishes  from  I860  to  1876,  when  he  was  commissioned  Chaplain  in  the 
United  States  Army.  He  was  retired  for  age  March  8,  1897,  and  resides 
at  Fortress  Monroe,  Va.  He  married  first,  in  Olean,  N.  Y.,  June  26,  1862, 
Emma  "\^Tiite,  daughter  of  Roderick  and  Sarah  (Nichols)  White.  She  was 
bom  in  Olcan  Aug.  31,  1842,  and  died  in  Titusville,  Pa.,  April  15,  1872.  He 
married  second  in  Janesville,  Wis.,  June  6,  1876,  Adelaide  Ruger,  daughter 
of  Rev.  T.  J.  and  Maria  (Hutchins)  Ruger.  She  was  born  in  Marcellus, 
N.  Y.,  Dec.  27,  1839,  and  died  in  Janesville  Oct.  25,  1903,  s.  p. 

Children : 

8599  Alice  Maud,  bora  in  New  Berlin,  N.  Y.,  July  14,  1864;  married  Aug. 

11,  1897,  Lieut.  W.  P.  Pence  of  the  Coast  Artillery,  U.  S.  A. 
They  now  reside  at  Fortress  Monroe,  Va.     Three  sons. 

8600  Arthur  White,  born  in  Cannon  Falls,  Minn.,  Sept.  7,  1869 ;  married 

in  Montevideo,  Uruguay,  March  11,  1896,  Maud  Stuart.  He 
became  a  Surgeon  in  the  United  States  Navy  in  1894  and  is  now 
stationed  at  Mare  Island  Naval  Hospital,  Vallejo,  Cal.  One  daugh- 
ter. 

5997  DEBORAH  IRENE  JEWETT  (Josiah  P."",  Josiah"", 
Joseph'*",  Nathan"",  Joseph"^  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Nittany  Valley,  Pa.,  June  4,  1833.  She  married  Nov.  3,  1859,  Gurdon 
Lester  Meade,  born  INIarch  4,  1824,  son  of  Alexander  and  Harriet  (Lester) 
Meade.     Residence,  Kensington,  Md. 


858  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

8601  Frank  Lester,  born  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  Sept,  22,  I860;  married  in 

Deadwood,  S.  D.,  March  28,  1899,  Minnie  Tumbull.  They  reside 
in  Tacoma,  Wash.,  where  he  is  an  engineer.  Three  children, 
Minnie  Madahne,  born  in  Deadwood  April  30,  1900;  Deborah 
Jewett,  bom  in  Rapid  City,  S.  D.,  Oct.  3,  1901,  and  Lester  Jewett, 
born  in  Tacoma  Sept.  27,  1904. 

8602  Josiah  Jewett,  born  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  7,   1862;  married  in 

Lead,  S.  D.,  Dec.  7,  1903,  Jessie  Gearhardt.  He  is  a  salesman. 
Residence,  Lead. 

8603  Lina  Matilda,  born  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  May  7,  1865 ;  died  in  Auburn, 

N.  Y.,  March  6,  1866. 

8604  Minnie  Lucretia,  born  in  Auburn,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  1,  1867;  married  in 

Deadwood,  S.  D.,  April  10,  1888,  Edward  Kennedy  DePuy,  son 
of  Schuyler  Pulficer  and  Juha  (Clement)  DePuy.  He  is  a  Govern- 
ment Clerk  in  Washington,  D.  C.  Residence,  Kensington,  Md. 
Three  children,  Clarence,  born  in  Deadwood  Aug.  30,  1889; 
Josiah,  born  in  Deadwood,  July  28,  1891,  and  Deborah,  born  in 
Washington,  D.  C,  Dec.  4,  1893. 

5998  CAPT.  JOHN  TAYLOR  JEWETT  (Josiah  Y.'''\  Josiah^''% 
Joseph''^  Nathan=''%  Joseph'''%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
Jn  Williamsport,  Pa.,  March  31,  1835.  He  married  in  Jamestown,  N.  Y., 
Jan.  28,  1857,  Sarah  Anna  Jones,  bom  in  Jamestown  June  13,  1836,  daugh- 
ter of  Rufus  and  Emily  Jane  (Ten)  Jones.  Capt.  Jewett  enlisted  in  April, 
1861,  at  Warren,  Pa.,  during  the  first  call  for  volunteers  for  the  Civil  War. 
He  became  2d  Lieutenant  of  Co.  D,  1st  Pa.  Bucktail  Rifles,  and  later  was 
appointed  Adjutant  of  the  Regiment.  The  latter  part  of  1861  he  was  com- 
.  missioned  Captain  of  Co.   C,   13th  Pa.   Vols.,  in  which  position  he   served 

until  his  health  compelled  his  honorable  discharge  Feb. ,  1863.     He  was 

wounded  the  second  day  of  the  seven  days  fight  before  Richmond.  After 
leaving  the  Army  Capt.  Jewett  was  for  a  time  in  the  dry  goods  business, 
which  he  left  for  the  jewelry  business  and  continued  in  that  until  his  death. 
May  7,  1902.     His  widow  resides  in  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

Children : 

8605  Francis  Augustus,  bom  in  Jamestown,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  7,  1857.     Resides 

in  Hudson,  N.  Y. 

8606  Emily   Jennie,  born   in   Jamestown,   N.   Y.,   Oct.   6,   1864;  married 

Jan.  25,  1888,  William  Seymour  Everts,  bora  in  Aubum,  N.  Y., 
Dec.  24,  1847,  son  of  Oscar  and  Susan  Merritt  (Seymour)  Everts. 
They  reside  in  Fort  Plain,  N.  Y.,  where  he  is  Superintendent  of 
the  Montgomery  Lumber  Co.  One  child,  William  Jewett,  born  in 
Aubum,  N.  Y.,  May  4,  1902. 

8607  Louis  Harris,  born  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  April  1,  1871 ;  married  in 

Saugerties,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  14,  1903,  Mary  Kipper,  born  in  Cat'skill, 


Ninth  Generation  859 

N.  Y.,  Nov.  10,  1877,  dauyhtor  of  Henry  and  Pauline  (Spahn) 
Kipper.  He  enlisted  for  the  Spanish  War,  at  Kingston,  N.  Y., 
July  11,  1898,  as  a  private  and  was  assigned  to  Battery  K,  2d 
U.  S.  Artillery,  then  stationed  at  Camp  John  I.  Rogers,  Tampa, 
Fla.  He  re-enlisted  April  25,  1899,  and  served  3  years.  During 
the  last  enlistment  was  appointed  Corporal  and  Post  Exchange 
Steward,  which  position  he  held  up  to  the  time  he  was  honorably 
discharged  at  Governor's  Island  in  1902.  He  is  a  brass  moulder 
and  resides  in  Rochester,  N.  Y.  One  child,  Anna  Pauline,  bom 
in  Ansonia,  Conn.,  Jan.  31,  1905. 

6014  HENRY  MORRELL  JEWETT  (Guernsey'*",  Josiah"'% 
Joseph^*",  Nathan^*",  Joseph"",  Joseph"'",  Joseph'',  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Ellsworth,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  4,  1843.  He  married  in  Augusta,  Ga.,  April  13, 
1872,  Emma  S.  Warren,  daughter  of  Rufus  and  Adelaide  (Cobb)  Warren. 
They  reside  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  where  Mr.  Jcwett  is  in  the  general  merchan- 
dise business. 

Children,  horn  in  Moravia,  N.  Y.: 

8608  Mary   Warren,  bom   Dec.    14,   1873.      She  is   a   graduate   of  Bryn 

Mawr  College  in  the  class  of  1896. 

8609  Guernsey  Read,  bom  Oct.  10,   1876.     He  is  a  graduate  of  Cornell 

College,  class  of  1899,  and  is  a  lawyer  in  New  York  City. 

6018  DR.  CARLTON  ROGERS  JEWETT  (Guernsey'*-^  Josiah'"% 
Joseph^*^,  Nathan^^',  Joseph^"",  Joseph"",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  March  5,  1852.  He  married  Oct.  8,  1885,  Jessie  Clark 
Holland,  daughter  of  Nelson  and  Susan  A.  (Clark)  Holland.  Dr.  Jewett 
graduated  from  Yale  in  1882  and  from  the  College  of  Physicians  and  Sur- 
geons of  New  York  in  1885.  Resides  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  where  he  is  en- 
gaged in  the  practice  of  medicine. 

Children,  bom  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  : 

8610  Nelson  Holland,  born  June  24,  1887. 

8611  Carlton  Clark,  born  Oct.  28,  1888. 

8612  Theodore  Carter,  born  Jan.  25,  1893. 

6020  JOSIAH  JEWETT  (Sherman  S.»"»,  Josiah"'",  Joseph"",  Na- 
than^®", Joseph^*"*,  Joseph*",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y., 
Oct.  4,  1842.  He  married  there  Nov.  4,  1868,  Grace  Hall  of  Buffalo,  bom 
May  16,  1850,  daughter  of  Hon.  Nathan  Kelsey  and  Emily  (Paine)  Hall. 
They  reside  in  Buffalo,  where  lie  was  associated  with  his  father  and  brother 
in  the  firm  of  Sherman  S.  Jewett  &  Co. 

Children,  bom  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.: 

8613  Sherman  Skinner,  bom  March  15,  1870;  married  Oct.  14,  1896,  Helen 


860  Jewett  Genealogy 

Eaton  Hallock  of  Binghamton,  N.  Y.  Residence,  Buffalo.  One 
child,  Sherman  Kelsey,  bom  Nov.  28,  1899. 

8614  Nathan  Hall,  born  June  6,  1871 ;  married  April  25,  1900,  Katherine 

Wilson  of  Chicago,  111.  They  reside  in  Buffalo,  where  he  is  a 
member  of  the  firm  of  Ross  and  Jewett,  coal  dealers. 

8615  Grace  Hall,  born  Sept.  6,  1872;  married  June  13,  1895,  Frederick 

H.  Williams  of  Buffalo.  Residence,  Buffalo.  Two  children,  Isa- 
belle  Hadlej,  bom  May  8,  1896,  and  Grace  Jewett,  bom  Jan.  5, 
1898. 

8616  Lillian  Deborah,  born  July  3,  1876;  married  June  15,  1899,  Frank- 

lin Coe  of  Buffalo.  They  reside  in  Yonkers,  N.  Y.  Two  chil- 
dren, Katherine,  bom  March  27,  1900,  and  Roger  Jewett,  bom 
June  22,  1901. 

8617  Henry  Clay,  bom  April  8,  1879 ;  married  in  Washington,  D.   C, 

April  18,  1906,  Annie  G.  Hume,  daughter  of  Frank  Hume  of 
Washington.  He  is  a  Lieutenant  in  the  Corps  of  Engineers,  U. 
S.  A. 

8618  Josiah,  born  April  23,  1880.     Resides  in  Buffalo,  unmarried. 

6021  EMMA  ALICE  JEWETT  Sherman  S.'"%  Josiah"'%  Joseph"", 
Nathan-^%  Joseph^''®,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Buffalo, 
N.  Y.,  July  12,  1844.  She  married  there  Sept.  19,  1866,  Charles  H.  Will- 
iams of  Buffalo,  son  of  Gibson  T.  and  Harriet  C.  (Howard)  Williams.  They 
reside  in  Buffalo. 

Children,  born  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y. : 

8619  Jeannie  Jewett,  bom  Feb.  1,  1868. 

8620  Harriet  Howard,  bom  April  14,  1872;  died  Aug.  4,  1874. 

8621  Sherman  Jewett,  bora  May  17,  1874 ;  died  Jan.  3,  1894. 

6022  JENNIE  MATILDA  JEWETT  (Sherman  S.'"",  Josiah'"', 
Joseph"^  Nathan''%  Joseph'*'",  Joseph'",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  3,  1849.  She  married  there  Jan.  4,  1869,  Henry 
Cogwell  Howard  of  Buffalo,  born  Sept.  20,  1847,  son  of  Ethan  H.  and  Caro- 
line Horner  (Cogwell)  Howard.     They  reside  in  Buffalo. 

Children,  bom  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y. : 

8622  Carolyn   Cogwell,   bora    Sept.    26,   1869;   married   Nov.    15,    1897, 

William  Eugene  Philps  of  London,  England. 

8623  George  Jewett,  bora  April  17,  1871. 

8624  Ethan  Henry,  born  Sept.  20,  1874;  married  June  16,  1897,  Flora 

Louise  Johnson  of  Buffalo.  Three  children,  Edwin  Lawrence,  bom 
April  6,  1899;  Emma  Alice,  born  Sept.  27,  1900;  died  April  10, 
1901 ;  and  Jennie  Jewett,  bora  May  20,  1904. 


6025  GENERAL    EDGAR    l^OARDMAN    JEWETT    (John    C. 


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Ninth  Generation  861 

Josiah'"%  Joseph'''%  Nathan'-'^,  Joseph''^",  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  Dec.  14,  1843.  He  married  there  Oct.  3,  1865, 
Elizabeth  Foster  Danforth,  daugliter  of  George  and  Mary  (Foster)  Dan- 
forth.     She  was  bom  Oct.  26,  1845,  and  died  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  9,  1905. 

Gen.  Jewett's  parents  removed  to  Buffalo,  N,  Y.,  where  his  father  es- 
tablished a  business  house  known  as  the  John  C.  Jewett  Manufacturing  Co., 
in  1849.  He  received  his  education  in  the  public  schools  of  Buffalo  and 
early  developed  a  strong  inclination  for  a  business  training.  At  the  early 
age  of  sixteen  he  entered  the  establishment  of  his  father,  and  in  due  course 
of  time  mastered  the  details  of  the  business,  and,  with  but  few  interruptions, 
he  has  given  it  his  continuous  attention  ever  since.  At  the  breaking  out  of 
the  Civil  War  he  entered  the  service  of  the  State  of  New  York  as  a  private 
in  Co.  C,  74th  Rcgt.,  N.  G.  N.  Y.  In  May,  1863,  he  was  elected  Second 
Sergeant,  and  held  the  position  during  the  regiment's  participation  in  the 
campaign  which  followed  Lee's  invasion  of  Pennsylvania,  from  June  to 
August  of  that  year.  He  returned  to  Buffalo  as  First  Sergeant  of  his 
company.  June  29,  1865,  he  was  commissioned  as  First  Lieutenant;  April 
3,  1866,  he  was  promoted  to  a  Captaincy;  April  11,  1877,  was  appointed 
Major  and  Inspector  of  rifle  practice  of  the  Thirt^-^-first  Brigade;  Oct.  9, 
1879,  he  was  promoted  to  the  position  of  Inspector  of  the  Fourteenth 
Brigade;  Oct.  25,  1880,  appointed  Lieutenant-colonel  and  Chief-of-staff  of 
the  Fourteenth  Brigade,  and  on  March  29,  1884,  he  was  elected  Brigadier- 
General  of  the  Eighth  Brigade.  He  resigned,  however,  on  Dec.  7,  1885, 
in  order  to  take  the  position  of  President  and  General  Manager  of  the 
John  C.  Jewett  Manufacturing  Co.,  of  Buffalo.  He  has  been  actively  en- 
gaged since  that  time  in  the  management  and  direction  of  the  business  in- 
terests of  this  corporation.  He  is  also  Vice-president  of  the  Cary  Safe  Co. 
of  Buffalo.  On  March  1,  1894,  he  received  from  the  Mayor  of  Buffalo  the 
appointment  of  Commissioner  of  Police,  which  position  he  most  acceptably 
filled  until  he  was  himself  elected  Mayor  of  the  city  on  Tuesday,  Nov.  6, 
1894. 

As  a  business  man  he  stands  very  high  in  the  mercantile  circles  of 
Buffalo,  and  is  especially  noted  for  the  excellent  executive  abilities  which  he 
has  displayed.  An  exemplary  disciplinarian  through  the  military  training 
he  has  had,  he  is  admirably  qualified  to  discharge  the  manifold  duties  per- 
taining to  a  complicated  and  extensive  plant,  and  these  qualities  were  no 
doubt  duly  considered  by  the  chief  magistrate  of  Buffalo  when  he  selected 
General  Jewett  for  the  post  of  Commissioner  of  Police.  The  ability  and 
fidelity  he  exhibited  in  the  administration  of  the  position  so  strongly  popular- 
ized him  with  the  people  of  Buffalo  that  he  was  elected  to  the  mayoralty 
by  a  majority  of  nearly  ten  thousand,  the  largest  ever  given  a  Mayor  of 
Buffalo.  His  first  year  in  office  was  an  exceptionally  busy  one.  It  was 
characterized  by  the  number  of  difficult  and  important  questions  which  arose, 
all  of  which  he  handled  with  great  ability  and  firmness.  His  first  veto  pre- 
vented the  awarding  of  the   street   cleaning   contracts   to   favored  bidders. 


862  Jewett  Genealogy 

He  demanded  that  the  contracts  be  let  to  the  lowest  bidders,  and  thus  saved 
the  tax-payers  $24,000.  He  introduced  the  Detroit  plan  of  utilizing  the 
vacant  land  in  the  city  for  the  benefit  of  the  poor,  and  carried  the  project 
through  with  great  success.  Five  hundred  and  seventy-eight  families  were 
taken  off  the  poor-books  of  the  city  and  made  self-supporting  in  this  manner. 
Other  features  of  his  administration  was  his  signing  of  the  Niagara  Power 
franchise  and  his  approval  of  the  Buffalo  Traction  Co.'s  franchise.  General 
Jewett  is  a  strong  advocate  of  the  free-school  system  and  twelve  new  school 
l)uildings  were  completed  during  his  administration,  including  the  handsome 
new  Hasten  Park  high  school.  He  is  also  an  advocate  of  municipal  owner- 
ship of  the  waterfront,  and  if  this  idea  is  eventually  carried  out  the  City 
of  Buffalo  will  be  the  owner  of  the  finest  docks  on  one  of  the  best  harbors 
in  the  world,  and  the  city  treasury  will  be  deriving  an  immense  revenue  there- 
from.    His  photograph  appears  on  the  opposite  page. 

Children,  bom  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y. : 

8625  Maude,  born  Jan.  8,  1868 ;  died  June  5,  1868. 

8626  George  Danforth,  bom  May  21,  1869;  died  Aug.  21,  1869. 

8627  John  Edgar,  born  Sept.  2,  1871 ;  married  Marion  Lucile  Comstock.* 

8628  Mabel,  born  Feb.  19,  1877 ;  married  Charles  A.  White.* 

6028  ELLA  JEWETT  (John  C.'"'',  Josiah^«'%  Joseph"^  Nathan==«% 
JosepV'*^  Joseph'',  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y..  April 
7,  1855.  She  married  there  Jan.  20,  1885,  Willis  H.  Howes,  who  was  born 
May  26,  1857,  son  of  Willis  and  Mary  Elizabeth  (Dias)  Howes.  They  re- 
side in  Watertown,  N.  Y.,  where  Mr.  Howes  is  a  paper  manufacturer. 

Children: 

8629  Priscilla  Jewett,  born  Nov.  7,  1885. 

8630  Mary  Jewett,  born  Dec.  14,  1896. 


6029  FREDERICK  ARTHUR  JEWETT  (John  C.«"%  Josiah'«", 
Joseph"",  Nathan''%  Joseph'"%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Buffalo,  N."  Y.,  Nov.  10,  1859.  He  married  Anna  James  of  Lockport, 
N.  Y.  Mr.  Jewett  resided  in  Buffalo.  In  1877  he  became  connected  with 
the  John  C.  Jewett  Manufacturing  Co.,  and  three  years  later  became  treas- 
urer of  that  company.  He  was  a  member  of  the  Buffalo  and  Country  clubs 
and  died  in  Buffalo  April  3,  1906. 


Children: 


8631  Robert,  born  — 

8632  Catherine,  born 


6035  NELLIE      ELIZA      JEWETT      (James      H.""",      Josiah"", 
Joseph"",    Nathan'*",    Joseph"*,    Joseph",    Joseph*,    Edward'),    was    born 


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Ninth  Generation  863 

In  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  27,  1855.  She  married  there  July  6,  1886,  John 
Urquhart,  who  was  born  in  Strathpeffer,  Scotland,  July  3,  1859,  son  of 
Alex  and  Christina  (Cameron)  Urquhart  of  Scotland.  They  reside  in  North 
Colorado  Springs,  Col.,  where  he  is  a  salesman. 

Children: 

8633  Ruth  Jewett,  born  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  Aug.  17,  1887. 

8634  Christina  Cameron,  born  in  Ravenna,  Ohio,  Dec.  17,  1888. 

8635  ]Mary  Colegrove,  born  at  Washington  Court  House,  Ohio,  March  20, 

1891. 

8636  Grace  Georgia,   born   at  Washington   Court   House,  Ohio,   Aug.   1, 

1892. 

6037  ALICE  THEODORA  JEWETT  (James  H.'"°,  Josiah'"% 
Joseph^^",  Nathan"*®,  Joseph^^®,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  March  19,  1859.  She  married  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  March 
19,  1884,  George  Frederic  Newton,  who  was  bom  in  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  Aug. 
27,  1857,  son  of  Oscar  C.  and  Mary  (Beach)  Newton.  They  reside  in 
Cohassett,  ^lass.,  where  he  is  an  Architect. 

Children: 

8637  Jewett  Beach,  born  in  Paris,  France,  July  11,  1888. 

8638  George  Frederic,  born  in  Jamaica  Plains,  Mass.,  Sept.  17,  1889. 

8639  James  Hervey  Jewett,  born  in  Jamaica  Plains,  Mass.,  Nov.  24,  1892. 

8640  Margaret,  bom  in  Lincoln,  Mass.,  Dec.  3,  1895. 

6038  BELA  COLEGROVE  JEWETT  (James  H."^",  Josiah^"', 
Joseph^*",  Nathan"®,  Joseph^°®,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Moravia,  N.  Y.,  May  17,  1862.  He  married  in  Cheyenne,  Wyo.,  July  30, 
1894,  Grace  Ivy  Littleton,  who  was  born  in  Ottumwa,  la..  May  14,  1868, 
daughter  of  William  Butler  and  Sarah  Elizabeth  (Beatly)  Littleton.  Mr. 
Jewett  is  engaged  in  the  retail  shoe  business  in  Colorado  Springs  and  in  real 
estate  and  rentals  in  Green  Mountain  Falls,  Col.  They  reside  in  Colorado 
Springs,  Col. 

Children,  bom  in  Colorado  Springs,  Col.,  except  la^t: 

8641  James  Hervey,  bom  July  6,  1895. 

8642  Dorothy  Gladys,  born  Sept.  22,  1897. 

8643  Clarence  Montgomery,  born  Aug.  3,  1902. 

8644  Bela  Colegrove,  bom  Sept.  2,  1904. 

8645  Harry  Littleton,  bom  in  Green  Mountain  Falls,  Col.,  May  11,  1906. 

6040  GRACE  RUTH  JEWETT  (James  H."«%  Josiah'"", 
Joseph"",    Nathan"®,    Joseph^"%    Joseph",    Joseph*,    Edward^,    was    bom 


864  Jewett  Genealogy 

in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  June  22,  1868.  She  married  in  Bay  Beach,  Ontario,  Oct. 
10,  1901,  Henry  Bodge  Pennell,  who  was  bom  in  Portland,  Me.,  Dec.  9, 
1869,  son  of  William  Henry  and  Tinnie  (Bodge)  Pennell.  They  reside  in 
Cohassett,  Mass.,  where  he  is  an  Architect  and  Decorator. 

Children : 

8646  Henry  Bodge,  bom  in  Lincoln,  Mass.,  Sept.  15,  1902. 

8647  Richard  Jewett,  born  in  Cohassett,  Mass.,  Aug.  30,  1904. 

6045  ROBERT  MORRIS  JEWETT  (Nathan^*'%  Nathan^"",  Na- 
than"\  Nathan-^%  Joseph^*'^  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  East  Haddam,  Conn.,  Feb.  22,  1839.  He  married  Nov.  30,  1864,  Mary 
A.  Lester  and  resides  in  Lyme,  Conn.,  from  which  town  he  was  a  representa- 
tive to  the  Legislature  in  1871.  , 

»         Children  : 

8648  Morris  L.,  born  in  East  Haddam,  Conn,,  Dec.  4,  1868;  married  May 

,  1898,  Lillian  Morlin. 

8649  Mary  Lee,  bom  in  Lyme,  Conn.,  Aug.  27,  1871 ;  married  Oct.  31, 

1889,  James  L.  Lord.     Residence,  Lyme. 

8650  Roscoe  H.,  bom  in  Lyme,  Conn.,  Oct.  13,  1878. 

6051  CHARLES' SUMNER  JEWETT  (Nathan'*'%  Nathan'"',  Na- 
than"\  Nathan=^'%  Joseph''^  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  East  Haddam,  Conn.,  Sept.  16,  1855.  He  married  in  Lyme,  Conn.,  Nov. 
7,  1880,  Katie  G.  Fosdick,  daughter  of  Frederick  and  Lucy  C.  (Stark) 
Fosdick.  They  reside  in  East  Haddam,  where  he  is  a  farmer  and  funeral 
director. 

Children,  horn  in  East  Haddam,,  Conn.: 

8651  Cariton  F.,  bom  May  2,  1886. 

8652  Helen,  born  Dec.   11,   1891. 

6053  JULIETTA  MARIA  JOHNSON  (Laura  M.'*",  Nathan"",  Na- 
than"', Nathan''%  Joseph'°%  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Lyme,  Conn.,  Feb.  26,  1829.  She  married  there  March  18,  1851,  Abial 
Stark,  who  was  born  in  East  Haddam,  Conn.,  Aug.  30,  1828.  They  resided 
in  Lyme,  where  he  was  a  farmer  and  where  she  died  April  27,  1894.  , 

Children,  bom  in  Lyme,  Conn.: 

8663  Morcan  J.,  born  March  16,  1854;  married  in  Salem,  Conn.,  Nov. 
30,  1876,  Esina  Clark,  daughter  of  Benjamin  F.  and  Abbie  (Coon) 
Clark.  They  reside  in  Lyme,  Conn.,  where  he  is  a  farmer.  Two 
children,  Mabel  E.,  bora  in  Lyme,  July  25,  1878;  married  Dec. 
27,  1904,  Nathan  S.  Strong  and  resides  in  Lo  Plains,  Ilk;  and 
Delia  E.,  bom  in  Lo  Plains,  111.,  Jan.  24,  1885. 

8654     Emily  J.,  bora  Jan.  6,  1864. 


Ninth  Generation  865 

6058  WILLIAM  JEWETT  (Nathan  H."",  Nathan^"",  David"%  Na- 
than^*', Joseph^"®,  Joseph"*,  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born  in  Mamoreneck, 
N.  Y.,  July  30,  1818.  He  married  July  22,  1841,  Mandana  Koots,  daughter 
of  Jonathan  and  Doroth}'  (Myers)  Koots.  He  was  a  farmer  and  resided 
in  Enfield  and  other  towns  in  New  York.. 

Children,  bom  in  En f eld,  N.  Y.,  except  last: 

8655  Everal  Fletcher,  bom  Feb.  18,  1842;  died  Jan.  7,  1865. 

8656  James  Jefferson,  bom  June  22,  1843;  married  March  1,  1873,  Ellen 

Barry  and  resides  in  Phita,  Pa. 

8657  Helen  D.,  born  Oct.  11,  1845;  died  Aug.  11,  1847. 

8658  Amy  Theresa,  born  Jan.   6,  1848;  married  Nov.  12,  1873,  Charles 

B.  Douglass  and  resides  in  Ithaca,  N.  Y. 

8659  Emeline  Melissa,  bom  Jan.  19,  1853;  married  Oct.  1,  1874,  Frank 

R.  Durling  and  resides  in  Ithaca,  N.  Y. 

8660  William  Henry,  born  in  Mechlenburg,  N.  Y.,  May  19,  1857 ;  resides 

in  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

6071  EDWARD  GRIFFIN  JEWETT  (George  G.'**\  Nathan"", 
David^*^,  Nathan"*®,  Joseph^"®,  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in 
Livingston,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  31,  1831.     He  married  Sarah  Louisa  Sutton,  who 

died  .      He  married  second,  Dec.   31,   1873,   Carrie  Leonora   Gordon, 

daughter  of  John  and  Mary   (Marr)   Gordon.     They  reside  in  New  York 
City,  where  he  is  engaged  in  the  Harness,  Saddlery,  and  Carriage  business. 

Children  by  first  wife: 

8661  George  Griffin,  born  in  New  York  City  Feb.  9,  1856;  married  Aug. 

27,  1885,  Florence  Anna  Snyder,  who  died  in  Bayonne,  N.  J., 
March  13,  1900.  He  resides  in  New  York,  where  he  is  with  the 
Barber  Asphalt  Paving  Co.     They  had  three  children,  viz.,  Harold 

Edward,  bom  May ,  1886 ;  Florence  Marjorie,  born  Jan. , 

1888 ;  and  Joseph  Henry,  born  April ,  1889,  all  of  whom  died 

in  infancy. 

8662  Augustus,  born  Jan.  12,  1858;  died  Aug.  ,  1858. 

Child  by  second  wife: 

8663  Carrie  Leonora,  born  in   Hoboken,  N.  J.,  Oct.  3,  1881 ;  died  there 

Aug.  26,  1882. 

6081  SARAH  HILLHOUSE  GILBERT  (Sarah""",  Sarah"", 
Sarah"',  David""",  Joseph*"',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom  in 
Wilkes  Co.,  Ga.,  in  1806.  She  married  April  29,  1823,  Adam  Leopold  Alex- 
ander, who  was  born  in  Sunbury,  Ga.,  about  1802,  son  of  Dr.  Adam  Alex- 
ander, a  physician  of  Sunbury,  who  was  bom  in  Inverness,  Scotland ;  gradu- 
ated in  Edinburg,  and  was  a  surgeon  in  the  Continental  Army  during  the 


866  Jewett  Genealogy 

Revolution.  Mr.  Alexander  graduated  at  Yale  in  1821.  They  settled  in 
Washington,  Ga.,  where  he  was  a  planter,  and  was  for  many  years  Cashier 
of  the  branch,  at  Washington,  of  the  State  Bank  of  Georgia.  He  was  a 
gentleman  of  cultivated  taste  and  excellent  character.  Mrs.  Alexander  was 
left,  by  her  father's  Avill,  to  the  guardianship  of  her  grandmother,  Mrs. 
Sarah  (Porter)  Hillhouse,  under  whose  care  her  mind  became  highly  culti- 
vated.   She  died  in  Washington,  Ga.,  Feb.  28,  1855. 

Children,  horn  in  Washington,  Ga.: 

8664  Louisa  F.,  bom ;  married  Col.  Jeremy  F.  Gilmer,  who  was  bom 

in  North  Carolina,  graduated  at  West  Point  Military  Academy  in 
1834  and  was  a  Captain  in  the  corps  of  Engineers  of  the  U.  S. 
Army  in  1860;  in  1861  he  was  a  Colonel  in  the  Confederate  Army. 

8665  Sarah  G.,  bom ;  married  Col.  Alexander  R.  Lawton,  who  gradu- 

ated at  West  Point  Military  Academy,  and  was  a  lawyer  in  Sa- 
vannah, Ga.,  in  1858.  He  was  a  Major  General  of  Militia  and  a 
Brigadier  General  in  the  Confederate  Army.  Three  children,  Car- 
rie, Louisa,  and  Sarah. 

8666  Harriet  V.,  born ;  married  Wallace  Gumming  of  Savannah,  Ga., 

who  was  assistant  Cashier  of  the  Bank  of  Georgia.  One  child, 
(in  1857),  viz.,  Sarah  Gilbert. 

8667  Mary  Clifford,  born  ;  married  George  G.  Hull  of  Atlanta,  Ga. 

He  was  Superintendent  of  the  Atlanta  and  Lagrange  R.  R.,  and 
in  1857  had  one  child,  viz.,  Lucy  Harvie. 

8668  William  Felix,  bom  ;  graduated  at  Yale  in  1851  and  married 

Mary  Louisa  Toombs,  eldest  daughter  of  Hon.  Robert  Toombs, 
United  States  Senator  from  Georgia.  She  died  March  4,  1855. 
He  was  a  planter. 

8669  Adam  L.,  bom  ;  died  in  childhood. 

8670  Edward  Porter,  born  ;  graduated  in  1857  at  West  Point  Mili- 

tary Academy ;  was  a  2d  Lieutenant  in  the  U.  S.  Engineers  corps. 

8671  Charles  Atwood,  bom  .     He  was  a  graduate  of  the  University 

of  Virginia. 

8672  James  Hillhouse,  bom  .     A  graduate  of  the  University  of  Vir- 

ginia. 

8673  Marvin  B.,  born  in  1842. 

8674  Henry,  bom ;  died  in  infancy. 

8675  Ahce  V.,  born  in  1849. 

6089  RICHARD  DICKINSON  JEWETT  (Augustine  D.  L."", 
David"",  David  H."°,  David'^S  Joseph^''',  Joseph",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Piermont,  N.  Y.,  July  6,  1857.  He  married  in  New  York  City 
Dec.  6,  1883,  Elise  Melenda  Schmidt,  who  was  born  in  New  York  Jan.  27, 
1861,  daughter  of  Consul  General  F.  Leopold  and  Melenda  (Pollen) 
Schmidt. 


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Ninth  Generation  867 

Mr.  Jcwett  received  the  degree  of  A.  M.  from  Williams  College  in  1882 
and  of  LL.  B.  from  Columbia  University  in  1880.  He  was  admitted  to  the 
New  York  bar  in  1880,  and  is  also  a  member  of  the  Washington,  D.  C,  bar. 
He  is  a  lawyer  of  fine  abilities,  a  member  of  the  Kappa  Alpha  Fraternity 
of  Williams  College  and  has  resided  in  New  York  City,  Washington,  D.  C, 
and  now  resides  at  "  Water  Cress,"  Nyack,  N.  Y. 

He  served  as  a  member  of  Co.  K,  7th  Regiment,  and  as  Major  and 
Inspector  N.  G.  S.  N.  Y. ;  member  of  the  Army  and  Navy  Club  of  New 
York,  and  of  the  Sons  of  the  American  Revolution.  His  portrait  is  given 
herewith. 

Children : 

8676  Elizabeth  Hall,  born  in  New  York  City  Feb.  8,  1886. 

8677  Augustine  David  Lawrence,  bom  in  New  York  City  March  26,  1888. 

8678  Gertrude,  born  in  Washington,  D.  C,  Jan.  1,  1890. 

8679  Richard  Dickinson,  bom  in  Washington,  D.  C,  May  13,  1892 ;  died         "^ 

Aug.  31,  1893. 

8680  George  Parbury  Pollen,  bom  in  Nyack,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  7,  1896. 

8681  Richard  William  Dickinson,  bom  in  Nyack,  N.  Y.,  May  14,  1899. 

8682  Elise  Bachc,  born  in  Nyack,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  27,  1893. 

8683  Robert  Coleman,  born  in  Washington,  D.  C,  March  14,  1902. 


TENTH  GENERATION 


A 


TENTH    GENERATION 

6122  COL.  STEPHEN  SHANNON  JEWETT  (John  G."",  Smith"", 
SamueP",  SamueP"",  Saniuel"\  Francis",  Ezekief,  Maxiinilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Laconia,  N.  H.,  Sept.  18,  1858.  He  married  June  30,  1880, 
Annie  L.  Bray  of  Bradford,  England.  Col.  Jewett  is  a  member  of  the  law 
firm  of  Jewett  and  Plunimcr,  of  Laconia,  and  has  not  only  won  a  reputation 
throughout  New  Hampshire  as  a  successful  lawyer,  but  probably  no  man 
of  his  age  is  better  or  more  widely  known  in  Republican  circles.  He  ac- 
quired his  early  education  in  the  public  schools  of  his  native  town  and  under 
the  private  tuition  of  his  father,  who  was  for  some  years  a  school-master. 
At  the  age  of  seventeen  years  he  entered  the  law  office  of  Hon.  Charles  F. 
Stone  and  was  prepared  for  examination  to  practice  law  in  1879,  but  being 
under  age  was  compelled  to  wait  a  year.  He  was  admitted  to  practice  in 
March,  1880,  and  at  once  commenced  to  follow  his  profession  in  Laconia, 
conducting  an  independent  business  until  1889,  when  William  A.  Plummer 
became  his  partner.  During  his  years  of  practice  but  few  important  cases 
have  appeared  on  the  Belknap  Court  docket  without  his  name  appearing 
in  connection,  either  for  plaintiff  or  defendant.  In  1884  he  accepted  the 
position  of  Clerk  of  the  Supreme  Court  for  Belknap  Co.,  as  an  accommoda- 
tion for  the  convenience  of  the  Court,  and  served  for  a  short  time.  He 
drafted  and  secured  the  passage  of  Laconia's  city  charter;  was  the  first  City 
Solicitor  and  has  held  the  position  ever  since. 

Col.  Jewett  is  actively  interested  in  numerous  local  enterprises  outside 
of  his  professional  duties.  He  is  a  Director  of  the  Laconia  National  Bank, 
the  Laconia  Building  and  Loan  Association,  the  Laconia  Land  and  Im- 
provement Co.,  the  Standard  Electric  Time  Co.,  the  Masonic  Temple  As- 
sociation, etc. 

He  has  a  wide  reputation  as  a  successful  manager  and  leader  in  political 
campaigns.  He  first  actively  engaged  in  politics  in  1876,  when  a  youth  of 
seventeen,  and  was  soon  recognized  as  a  leader  in  political  matters.  He  con- 
ducted the  affairs  of  the  Republican  Town  Committee  from  1880  to  1890, 
and  becoming  a  member  of  the  Republican  State  Committee  in  1884,  was 
elected  Secretary  of  that  body  in  1890.  His  capacity  has  been  tried  in 
several  hard-fought  campaigns,  and  he  served  as  chairman  and  manager  of 
the  Republican  canvass  in  1892  and  1894,  winning  signal  victories  in  both 
instances. 

In  the  New  Hampshire  House  of  Representatives  he  has  sen'ed  as  Clerk, 
Assistant  Clerk,  and  Engrossing  Clerk.  In  1894  he  was  elected  as  a  Repre- 
sentative and  served  as  Speaker  of  the  House,  in  which  capjicity  his  long 
public  service  in  political  matters  and  extensive  acquaintance  peculiarly  fitted 

871 


872  Jewett  Genealogy 

him.  He  was  a  member  of  the  Staff  of  Gov.  Goodell  in  1889  and  was  Chair- 
man of  the  New  Hampshire  delegation  to  the  RepubHcan  National  Conven- 
tion which  nominated  President  McKinley  at  St.  Louis  in  1896.  He  is  a 
member  of  the  Executive  Committee  of  the  State  Committee  and  the  Ex- 
ecutive Committee  of  the  Republican  National  League.  He  was  elected  to 
the  New  Hampshire  Senate  from  the  sixth  district,  and  was  the  leading 
member  of  that  body  during  the  session,  directing,  to  a  large  extent,  its 
action  upon  most  of  the  important  measures. 

Col.  Jewett  is  a  thirty-second  degree  Mason,  has  been  an  officer  in  all 
of  the  local  Masonic  bodies  and  Grand  Master  of  the  Grand  Council  of 
New  Hampshire.  He  served  as  a  member  of  Co.  K,  N.  H.  National  Guard, 
and  is  connected  with  several  social  and  fraternal  organizations.  Residence, 
Laconia. 

Child: 
8684*     Theo  S.,  born  in  Laconia,  N.  H., . 

6166  AUGUSTA  ELDORA  JEWETT  (Charles^«*%  Nathaniel"'', 
Nathaniel'",  Ezekiel''^  SamueP",  Francis'*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Dexter,  Me.,  Jan.  31,  1849.  She  married  there  July  4,  1873, 
Harrison  Edwin  Soule,  and  died  in  Pittsfield,  Me.,  April  9,  1906. 

Children : 

8685  Mabel  Maude,  born  in  Sangerville,  Me.,  Dec.  25,  1875 ;  married  Mr. 

Sawtelle  and  resides  in  Shirley,  Me. 

8686  Blanche  Lee,  born  in  Dexter,  Me.,  April  7,  1879 ;  married  Mr.  Davis 

and  lives  in  Oakland,  Me. 

I 

6167  GEORGE  IRA  JEWETT  (Charles^''"',  NathanieP"',  Nathan- 
iel'", EzekieP'\  SamueP",  Francis'*,  EzekieP,  Maximihan',  Edward'),  was 
bom  in  Dexter,  Me.,  April  3,  1851.  He  married  there  Dec.  25,  1886,  Lois 
Yates  Thompson,  daughter  of  Barnard  Newhall  and  Nancy  Loud  (Plura- 
mer)  Thompson.     They  reside  in  Dexter,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Dexter,  Me.:  « 

8687  Elva  Etta,  bom  Aug.  7,  1888.  * 

8688  Frank  Harold,  born  Jan.  30,  1890. 

8689  George  Herbert,  bora  Nov.  16,  1891. 

8690  Ralph  Sumner,  bom  June  6,  1894.  ^ 

8691  Archie  Lynn,  bom  April  11,  1898. 

6168  FLORA  ETTA  JEWETT  (Charles'*'*',  Nathaniel"",  Nathan- 
iel'", Ezekiel"%  SamueP'',  Francis'*,  EzekieP,  Maximihan',  Edward'),  was 
bora  in  Dexter,  Me.,  Oct.  22,  1853.  She  married  there  Dec.  25,  1886,  John 
Henry  Tuttlc,  who  was  bora  in  South  Durham,  Me.,  Aug.  20,  1861,  son  of 


Tenth  Geneeation  873 

George  and  Mary  Fry  (Lunt)  Tuttle.     They  reside  in  South  Durham,  where 
he  is  a  carpenter. 

Children,  horn  in  Lisbon  Falls,  Me.: 
8692     Blanche  Ethel,  born  Jan.  24,  1888. 
869.'i      Roy  Melvin,  born  May  25,  1889. 
8694-      Iinogcne  Elvira,  born  April  5,  1892. 

8695  Flora  Mildred,  bom  Aug.  22,  1896. 

6172  LYDIA  JEWETT  (Samuel  R.^"-*,  SamueP«",  Nathaniel", 
EzekieP",  SamueP",  Francis'*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Milan,  N.  H.,  April  23,  1858.     She  married  Joseph  Smith,  who  was  bom 

Nov.  ,  1850,  and  died  Oct.  10,  1884'.     She  married  second,  Mr.  Allen, 

and  resides  in  Dexter,  Me. 

Children  by  ^rst  husband: 

8696  Esther,  born  in  St.  Albans,  Me.,  Feb.  8,  1878 ;  died  May  10,  1880. 

8697  Lulu  A.,  bom  May  9,  1879. 

8698  Maud  E.,  born  May  28,  1880 ;  died  Sept.  17,  1880. 

8699  Helen  M.,  born  in  Norridgewock,  Me.,  May  16,  1884. 

6174  VESTA  A.  JEWETT  (Samuel  R.^"",  SamucP«'^  Nathan- 
iel"", EzekieP^^  SamueP'^  Francis"*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was 
bom  in  Ripley,  Me.,  Sept.  7,  1861.  She  married  Henry  Butler,  who  was 
born  in  Ripley  Nov.  30,  1844.     They  reside  in  Pittsfield,  Me. 

Children: 

8700  Bessie  M.,  born  in  Ripley,  Me.,  June  16,  1881. 

8701  Callie  E.,  bom  Aug.  26,  1883. 

6185  JULIUS  ELWIN  JEWETT  (Norman  S.'"",  SamueP'", 
;VathanieP",  EzekieP'^  SamucP'",  Francis'*,  Ezekicl«,  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Ripley,  Me.,  Oct.  12,  1854.  He  married  in  Foxcroft,  Me.,  Feb. 
6,  1880,  Evelyn  C.  Strout,  daughter  of  George  D.  and  Harriet  C.  (Hubbard) 
Strout.     They  reside  in  Foxcroft,  where  he  is  a  painter  and  decorator. 

Children,  bom  in  Foxcroft,  Me.: 

8702  Leland  Stanton,  born  July  25,  1883. 

8703  Bertha  Celesta,  born  Jan.*  12,  1885. 

8704  Harold  Norman,  born  ^larch  16,  1895. 

6203  DORA  A.  JEWETT  (Oringe='"*",  Samuel"",  Nathaniel", 
Ezekiel""^,  SamueP",  Francis**,  Ezckiel",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born  in 
St.  Albans,  Me.,  Sept.  18,  1856.  She  married  Aug.  19,  1877,  H.  B.  Nutter 
and  died  in  Dexter,  Me.,  March  23,  1899. 


874  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

8705  Guy  R.,  bom  in  Dexter,  Me.,  ;  married  May  ,  1902,  Ber- 

tha Mabbitt. 

8706  Roy  B.,  born  in  Dexter,  Me.,  . 

8707  Alice  A.,  bom  in  Dexter,  Me.,  . 

8708  Iva  M.,  bom  in  East  Corinth,  Me.,  . 

8709  Fred  J.,  born  in  Lincoln,  Me., 


8710  Ethel  B.,  born  in  Forest  City,  Me.,  . 

6208  FRED  M.  JEWETT  (Oringe'"",  Samuel"'%  Nathaniel'", 
EzekieP'%  Samuel"',  Francis'%  EzekieP,  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  bora 
in  Dexter,  Me.,  June  17,  1872.  He  married  July  31,  1895,  Jennie  E. 
Thompson.     They  reside  in  Dexter. 

Children: 

8711  Mabel  E.,  bom  July  10,  1896. 

8712  Harold  C,  bom  July  5,  1898. 

8713  Ray  W.,  born  Nov.  4,  1901. 

6221  SARAH  JEWETT  (Caspar^^",  Ezekiel"",  Isaac*",  Ezekiel"", 
Samuel'",  Francis'*,  EzekieP,  Maxim^lian^  Edward'),  was  born  in  Hanover, 
Me.,  Dec.  2,  1846.     She  married  in  1862  Sumner  Ordway. 

Children : 

8714  May  E.,  born  in  Milan,  N.  H.,  Jan.  12,  1865. 

8715  Minnie  (twin),  born  ,  1869;  died  in  infancy. 

8716  Winnie  (twin),  born  ,  1869;  died  in  infancy. 

8717  Frank,  bom ,  1872. 

8718  Charles,  bom  Dec.  11,  1873. 

8719  Elizabeth  E.,  bom  Jan.  30,  1881. 


852 
J 


6222  GEORGE     H.     JEWETT     (Caspar^«",     Ezekiel"'%     Isaac 
EzekieP'%  SamueP",  Francis^^*,  Ezekief,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Hanover,  Me.,  Dec.  17,  1850.     He  married  Oct.  30,  1872,  EUa  Peters. 

Children,  born  in  Dummer,  N.  H.: 

8720  Lingan,  bora  Nov.  12,  1873. 

8721  Eva  A.,  bom  Feb.  6,  1875. 

6223  EDNA  JEWETT  (Caspar««",  Ezekiel'«^«,  Isaac«'^%  EzekieP'', 
Samuel"',  Francis",  Ezekief,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom  in  Han- 
over, Me.,  Feb.  12,  1854.     She  married  March ,  1872,  Orlando  Condon. 

Children: 

8722  John  W.,  bom  in  Berlin,  N.  H.,  April  12,  1873. 


Tenth  Geneeatiok  876 

8723     Leuna  E.,  born  March  16,  1876. 
8724'     Linwood  J.,  bom  Aug.  22,  1883. 

6228  FRANK  ELMORE  JEWETT  (Francis«"%  Isaac"'%  Isaac"", 
EzekieP%  Samuel"%  Francis'*,  Ezekier,  Maximilian^  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Lowell,  Mass.,  Nov.  11,  1853.  Ho  married  there  Sept.  12,  1876,  Minnie 
Brown  Bowers,  daughter  of  Jonathan  and  Sarah  Atkinson  (Vamum) 
Bowers.  They  reside  in  Lowell,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  vinegar  manu- 
facturer. 

Children: 

8725  Bernice  Bowers,  bom  July  1,  1877. 

8726  Victor    Francis,    bom    Nov.    26,    1881.     He    graduated    with    high 

academic  honors  and  athletic  prestige  as  a  member  of  the  class 
of  1905  of  Harvard  University,  having  been  matriculated  from 
the  Hopkinson  Private  School  (Boston,  Mass.),  where  his  pre- 
paratory studies  had  been  completed. 

8727  Harold  Abner  Augustus,  bom  Jan.  7,  1886.     He  is  a  member  of  the 

class  of  1910  at  Harvard  University. 

8728  Gladys  Adele,  born  July  12,  1887. 

6254  DR.  GEORGE  DUNCAN  (John^^'S  Lois"",  Abigail",  Jacob'", 
NathanieP^*,  Francis"*,  Ezekiel",  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born  in  Han- 
cock, N.  H.,  May  28,  1854.  He  married  Feb.  9,  1876,  Mary  E.  Cooledge. 
Dr.  Duncan  graduated  from  the  Philadelphia  Dental  College  in  1882  and 
settled  in  JafFrey,  N.  H. 

Children : 

8729  George  H.,  bom  Dec.  23,  1876. 

8730  Florence  E.,  born  June  23,  1883. 

8731  John  E.,  bom  Aug.  31,  1885;  died  Sept.  1,  1885. 

6255  CHRISTY  H.  DUNCAN  (John"°S  Lois"",  Abrgail"»,  Jacob'*', 
Nathaniel"*,  Francis'*,  Ezckiel",  Maximilian",  Edward^),  was  born  in  Han- 
cock, N.  H.,  Feb.  29,  1856.  He  married  Dec.  11,  1878,  Helen  C.  Walker 
of  Leominster,  Mass.,  and  resides  in  Hancock,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Hancock,  N.  H.: 

8732  Bertha  C,  bom  Jan.  5,  1881. 

8733  Alice  L.,  born  Feb.  11,  1884. 

8734  Helen  L.,  bom  May  18,  1886. 

6266  CARRIE  ELIZABETH  DRAKE  (Ella  A."",  Daniel  W.*"", 
Danier*,  Susannah"**,  Nathaniel"*,  Francis",  Ezekiel",  Maximilian",  Ed- 
>»ard*),  was  bom  in  Framinghum,  Mass.,  Aug.  20,  1877.     She  married  in 

1898  Charles  Edwin  Willctt  of  Lowell,  Mass.,  who  was  bom  May ,  1876, 

son  of  Marcus  DcLayfcttc  and  Lovilla  Davis  Willett. 


876  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

8735  Frederic  William,  born  Jan.   25,   1902. 

8736  Robert  George,  bom  Oct.  13,  1905. 

8737  Marian  Elmina,  bom  March  16,  1907. 

6267  LUMAN  CHESTER  DRAKE  (Ella  A."",  Daniel  W."", 
Daniel'"*,  Susannah^",  Nathaniel"%  Francis'*,  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward^), was  bom  in  Framingham,  Mass.,  June  15,  1879.  He  married  May 
,  1904,  Delia  Manning.     They  reside  in  Framingham. 

Children: 

8738  Annie  Elmina,  born  Feb.  22,  1906. 

8739  Luman  Chester,  born  March  19,  1907. 

6274  DAVID  JEWETT  (John^'''%  Thomas^"",  Daniel"^",  Thomas"", 
EzekieP"^,  Thomas"^,  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Macin- 
quac,  N.  B.,  March  3,  1833.  He  married  in  Fredericton,  N.  B.,  Jan.  6, 
1857,  Ann  Donaldson,  who  was  born  in  Ireland  Feb.  23,  1837,  daughter 
of  William  Moore  and  Harriet  (Wallace)  Donaldson.  They  reside  in 
Macinquac,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Macinquac,  N.  B.: 

8740  Julia  Annetta,  born  July  28,  1860;  married  Frank  Haines.* 

8741  George  Campbell,  bom  Jan.  31,  1862;  married  Ella  Mary  Budge.* 

8742  William  Herbert,  born   Oct.   25,   1863 ;   resides  in  Macinquac,  un- 

married. 

8743  Emily  Maud,  born  Feb.  26,  1865 ;  married  George  Love.* 

8744  Harriet  Elizabeth,  born  Oct.  16,  1866;  married  in  Macinquac  June 

6,  1900,  Mr.  Clowes  of  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  and  resides  in  Kes- 
wick Ridge. 

8745  Janet  Adelaide,  born  March  4,  1868;  married  Jan.  1,  1892,  Edward 

Tupper  of  Macinquac.      She  died  leaving  one  child,  Harry  Fil- 

more,  bora  Oct.  ,  1895.  ^ 

8746  John  Rix,  bom  April ,  1871.  /  I 

8747  Robert  Frank,  born  Feb.  16,  1874. 

8748  Arthur  Alonzo,  born  April  28,  1876. 

8749  Mary  Ann,  born  July  2,  1879. 

6276  JOHN  THOMAS  JEWETT  (Ezekiel"",  Thomas"",  Daniel"*, 
Thomas"%  EzekieP",  Thomas",  Ezekie^,  Maximilian^  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  Nov.  11,  1836.  He  married  in  Queensbury,  N.  B., 
Dec.  27,  1863,  Fannie  Ingraham,  who  was  born  in  Queensbury  May  20, 
1844,  daughter  of  John  and  Charlotte  (Guion)  Ingraham.  They  reside  in 
Keswick  Ridge,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 


Tenth  Gekeeation  877 

Children,  bom  in  Kesxcick  Ridge,  N.  B.: 

8750  Ella  Bertha,  born  May  26,  1866;  married  there  May  1,  1901,  Jo- 

seph H.  Roberts.     lie  is  a  farmer  in  Caribou,  Me.     Three  chil- 
dren, Laura,  LilHan  and  Bessie  Myrtle. 

8751  Carrie  Eliza  Eldora,  born  Jan.  20,  1869;  married  Frederick  Barr.* 

8752  Charles  William,  born  April  28,  1874 ;  married  Minnie  E.  Dumphy.* 

8753  Albert  Burton,  born  May  25,  1876;  married  Luella  Healy.* 

8754  Lottie  May,  born  Nov.  27,  1880. 

6277  JAMES  WILLIAM  JEWETT  (EzekicP^S  Thomas^"",  Daniel"", 
Thomas"",  Ezekiel^-%  Thomas-%  Ez^kiel",  Maximilian%  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  Dec.  13,  1839.  He  married  there  Emeline  R. 
Smith,  daughter  of  William  and  IVIary  (Brown)  Smith.  She  was  born  in 
Kingsclear,  N.  B.,  April  27,  1837,  and  died  without  issue.  He  married 
second  in  Douglas,  N.  B.,  Mary  A.  Colter,  who  was  bom  in  Keswick  Ridge 
Dec.  29,  1854,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Jane  (Annett)  Colter.  Mr.  Jewett 
is  a  farmer  and  resides  in  Keswick  Ridge. 

ChUd: 

8755  Roy  Colter,  born  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  July  18,  1889. 

6278  ROBERT  KEE  JEWETT  (EzekieP'",  Thomas^"",  Daniel"% 
Thomas"",  EzekieP-',  Thomas-%  Ezekiel",  Maximilian^  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  Aug.  29,  1841.  He  married  there  Jan.  8,  1866, 
Hettie  Cobum,  who  was  born  in  York  Co.,  N.  B.,  in  1846,  daughter  of 
David  and  Sarah  (Sloat)  Cobum.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  carpenter,  miller,  and 
farmer.  He  lived  in  New  Brunswick  and  died  in  California  from  inflamma- 
tion of  the  bowels  in  1893. 

Children,  bom  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.: 

8756  Annie,  born  Aug. ,1868;  married  in  1894  Alexander  Poole  and 

resides  in  Portland,  Ore. 

8757  Harry  Cobum,  born  Nov.  6,  1870;  married  Hattie  McKeown.* 

8758  Frank  C,  born ,  1872;  died  March  .  1886. 

8759  Martha  E.,  born  Dec.  ,  1874. 

8760  Walter,  bom  Jan.  3,  1883 ;  resides  in  Frcdericton,  N.  B. 

8761  Stanley,  born  Feb.  5,  1885 ;  resides  in  Portland,  Ore. 

6280  MARGARET  JANE  JEWETT  (Ezekiel"",  Thomas'"", 
Daniel"'",  Thomas"",  Ezekiel'",  Thomas=%  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  July  3,  1816.  She  married  there  Sept. 
1,  1869,  William  Coburn,  born  June  6,  1839,  son  of  David  and  Sarah 
(Sloat)   Cobum.     They  reside  in  Keswick  Ridge,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  borji  in  Kcsxcick  Ridge,  N.  B.: 

8762  David  E.,  born  Juno  13.  1870;  married  in  Dorchester,  N.  B.,  Nov. 

4,  1903,  Kate  E.  Kirk,  wlio  was  born  in  Glenelg,  N.  S.,  Jan.  26, 


878  Jewett  Genealogy 

1876,  daughter  of  John  A.  and  Sarah  S.  (McLean)  Kirk.     They 
reside  at  Kempt  Shore,  N.  S. 

8763  William  Henry,  bom  Aug.  24,  1875. 

6283  JOEL  MURRAY  JEWETT  (David"",  Thomas^^",  Daniel"% 
Thomas'",  Ezekiel"',  Thomas",  Ezekiel%  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Florenceville,  N.  B.,  Jan.  28,  1843.  He  married  in  Jacksonville,  N.  B., 
Feb.  18,  1869,  Alice  Tilley  Alterton,  who  was  bom  in  Sheffield,  N.  B.,  Feb. 
23,  1846,  daughter  of  William  and  Elizabeth  Ann  (Tilley)  Alterton.  Mrs. 
Alterton  was  born  in  Georgetown,  B.  T.  I.,  and  was  the  eldest  sister  of 
Sir  Leonard  Tilley. 

Mr.  Jewett  resided  in  Bloomfield,  N.  B.,  where  he  was  a  farmer  and 
where  he  died  from  pneumonia  April  7,  1898.     His  widow  resides  there. 

Children,   born  in  Bloomfield,  N.  B.,  except  first: 

8764  Barker  Hannington,  born  in  Waterville,  N.  B.,  March  4,  1870. 

8765  Julia  Elizabeth,  bom  Nov.  4,  1874 ;  married  Willard  Ray  Victory.* 

8766  Fannie  Caroline,  bom  Aug.  18,  1876. 

8767  Effie  Jane,  born  Aug.  20,  1878 ;  married  William  McCloskey.* 

8768  Frank  Hubert,  born  Nov.  4,  1880. 

6284  GEORGE  FREDERICK  JEWETII  (David"",  Thomas"", 
DanieP'",  Thomas'*^  Ezekiel'",  Thomas",  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Florenceville,  N.  B.,  Nov.  3,  1844.  He  married  in  Victoria, 
N.  B.,  Feb.  1,  1873,  Amanda  Malvina  Gallup,  who  was  bora  in  Victoria 
Oct.  27,  1849,  daughter  of  Amos  and  Emcline  (Dow)  Gallup.  They  reside 
in  Waterville,  N.  B.,  where  he  is  a  boot  and  shoe  maker. 

Children,  born  in  Waterville,  N.  B.: 

8769  Leon  Harold,  bom  Aug.  2,  1879.     He  is  a  Methodist  minister  and 

at  present  is  taking  his  Theological  and  Arts  course  at  Mt.  Alli- 
son University  of  Sackville,  N.  B. 

8770  Frederick  Arnold,  bom  Feb.  6,  1883.     He  is  a  student  at  the  Uni- 

versity of  New  Brunsv/ick  in  Fredericton,  N.  B. 

6285  CATHERINE  JANE  JEWETT  (David"",  Thomas"", 
DanieF'",  Thomas'",  EzekieP",  Thomas",  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Florenceville,  N.  B.,  Nov.  26,  1846.  She  married  there  March 
31,  1877,  Caleb  J.  McCready,  who  was  born  in  Hampton,  N.  B.,  Feb.  19, 
1844,  son  of  James  and  Jane  (Sherwood)  McCready.  They  settled  in 
Bloomfield,  N.  B.,  and  removed  to  Houlton,  Me.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  bom  in  Bloomfield,  N.  B.: 

8771  Cyms  David,  bom  March  3,  1878. 


I 


Tenth  Generation  879 

8772  Holton  V.,  bom  March  25,  1880. 

8773  James  Arthur,  born  Oct.  11,  1885. 

6286  LYDIA  ANN  JEWETT  (David"'%  Thomas"",  Daniel"", 
Thomas"",  Ezekiel'-',  Thomas-^  EzokieP,  MaximiHan%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Florencevllle,  N.  B.,  March  30,  1850.  She  married  in  Wicklow,  N.  B., 
May  3,  1876,  Charles  Augustus  Upton,  who  was  born  in  Florenceville,  July 
18,  1850,  son  of  Charles  Robert  and  Jane  (Burpee)  Upton.  They  reside 
in  Florenceville,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Florenceville,  N.  B.: 

8774  Howard  Jewett,  bom  March  10,  1877;  resides  in  Waucedah,  Mich. 

8775  Julia  IVIildrcd,  bom  Feb.  25,  1879 ;  married  Harvey  McLean  and 

resides  in  Waterville,  N.  B. 

8776  Jolm  Robert,  born  Dec.  27. 1880. 

8777  Annie  Maria,  bom  Sept.  15,  1882. 

8778  Archie  Allen,  born  March  26,  1885. 

8779  Margery  Malvina,  born  Nov.  5,  1887.     She  is  a  school  teacher  in 

Charleston,  N.  B. 

8780  Leona  Frances,  bom  Feb.  2,  1890. 

8781  Charles  Augustus,  born  May  16,  1893. 

6288  MARTHA  ALICE  JEWETT  (David"'*',  Thomas"",  Daniel"", 
Thomas"",  EzekieP",  Thomas-%  Ezekief,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Florenceville,  N.  B.,  in  1854.  She  married  there  May  19,  1880,  Wallace 
Emest  Wiggins,  who  was  bom  in  Grand  Lake,  N.  B.,  Oct.  27,  1852,  son 
of  Stephen  S.  and  Esther  (Camp)  Wiggins.  They  reside  in  Houlton,  Me., 
where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

8782  Stephen  Emest,  born  in  Florenceville,  N.  B.,  April  5,  1881. 

8783  Warren  Flewelling,  bom  in  Amity,  Me.,  Dec.  4,  1882. 

8784  Nina  Alica,  born  in  Amity,  Me.,  July  31,  1884. 
8786     Nellie  Mabel,  bom  in  Houlton,  Me.,' Sept.  29,  1886. 

8786  Annie  Idclla,  bom  in  Houlton,  Me.,  April  30,  1889. 

8787  Faye  Eva,  bom  in  Houlton,  Me.,  Dec.  25,  1890. 

6292  WILLIAM  WESLEY  JEWETT  (Jacob"",  Thomas"", 
Daniel"",  Thomas"",  EzekieP",  Thomas",  Ezekief,  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Florenceville,  N.  B.,  May  15,  1843.  He  married  Ida  Taylor 
and  settled  in  Florenceville. 

Children,  born  in  Florenceville,  N.  B. : 

8788  Annie  Luclla,  bom  Sept.  6,  1878;  married  Jan.  1,  1903,  Jack  Howie 

and  died  in  Edmonton,  N.  B.,  Aug.  22,  1903. 


880  Jewett  Genealogy 

8789  Jennie  Edna,  born  Oct.  31,  1884. 

8790  Hedley  Franklin,  bom  Oct.  22,  1891. 

6293  JAMES  EDWARD  JEWETT  (Jacob"",  Thomas"",  Daniel"", 
Thonxas"",  EzekieP",  Thomas-%  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born 
In  Florenceville,  N.  B.,  Sept.  14,  1845.  He  married  there  Harriet  M.  Cox, 
daughter  of  John  Cox.     He  is  a  farmer  in  Florenceville.     Mrs.  Jewett  died 

there  May  3,  1897. 

Children,  horn  in  Florenceville,  N.  B. : 

8791  William  Frederick,   bom   July   13,   1867;  married   in  Minneapolis, 

Minn.,  Sept.  28,  1898,  Ethel  Watson  Robinson,  daughter  of  Davis 
L.  and  Ella  E.  (Kimball)  Robinson.  He  is  a  graduate  of  the 
University  of  Minnesota,  class  of  1893,  and  is  a  dentist.  Resi- 
dence, Minneapolis. 

8792  Wilmot  Allen,  born  Nov.  3,  1870 ;  married  Effie  May  Flemming  and 

resides  in  Bloomfield,  N.  B. 

8793  Edward  Dudley,  bom  Jan.  22,  1873. 

8794  Louise  Avery,  born  May  18,  1877. 

8795  Julia  Marie,  bom  Jan.  23,  1879. 

8796  Susie  Mills,  bora  Oct.  15,  1880. 

8797  Harry  Perciville,  born  Oct.  16,  1882. 

8798  James  Arthur,  born  July  9,  1884. 

6298  THOMAS  W.  JEWETT  (Isaac"",  Thomas"",  Daniel"", 
Thomas'*',  EzekieP",  Thomas='^  Ezekie^,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bora 
in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  June  15,  1848.  He  married  there  June  16,  1875, 
Eliza  Jane  McCullough,  daughter  of  Michael  and  Anne  (Gallagher)  Mc- 
Cullough.  They  reside  in  Central  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Keswicle  Ridge,  N.  B.: 

8799  Arthur  Simeon,  born  March  22,  1876. 

8800  Edith  S.  T.,  bora  March  19,  1879 ;  married  Feb.  19,  1903,  Frank 

K.  McKay,  son  of  Joseph  and  Annie  (Bailey)  McKay.  They 
reside  in  Gleichen,  Alberta,  N.  W.  T.,  where  he  is  a  merchant. 
One  child,  Walter  Knight,  born  in  Gleichen,  Alberta,  N.  W.  T., 
Nov.  26,  1905. 

8801  Lida  C,  born  Aug.  1,  1880;  married  Sept.  26,  1906,  Arthur  Gordon, 

son  of  Wesley  and  Rebecca  (Howland)  Gordon.     They  reside  in 
South  Settlement,  York  Co.,  N.  B.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

8802  Alden  H.,  born  Nov.  7,  1882. 

8803  Roscoe,  born  May  10,  1885. 

8804  Marcus  Lornc,  born  Jan.  29,  1888. 

6301   SUSAN     KEE     JEWETT     (Isaac"",     Thomas"",     Daniel"", 
Thomas'*',  EzekieU",  Thomas=^%  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bora 


Tenth  Generation  881 

in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  Oct.  1,  1853.  She  married  there  May  23,  1877, 
Allen  Jacob  Barr,  who  was  born  in  Keswick  Ridge  May  24,  1849,  son  of 
David  and  Charlotte  Amanda  (Allen)  Barr.  They  settled  in  Keswick 
Ridge  and  removed  to  Bangor,  Mc.,  where  he  conducted  a  livery  stable. 
They  later  removed  to  Reading,  Mass.,  where  he  was  an  engineer  and  where  he 
died  Feb.  32,  1894.     Mrs.  Barr  and  family  reside  in  Reading. 

Children: 

8805  Mary  Hattie,  born  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  July  19,  1881. 

8806  Harry  Cameron,  bom  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  April  20,  1883. 

8807  Nellie  Ra3'mond,  bom   in  Keswick   Ridge,  N.   B.,  March  1,  1885; 

married  in  Reading,  Mass.,  May  19,  1906,  Charles  Sumner  Far- 
rington,  who  was  born  in  West  Claremont,  N.  H.,  Jan.  13,  1874, 
son  of  John  Sullivan  and  Helen  (Carleton)  Farrington.  They 
reside  in  West  Claremont,  where  he  is  Superintendent  of  the  Jarvis 
Paper  Mill. 

8808  Laura  Amanda,  bom  in  Reading,  Mass.,  Aug.  26,  1887. 

8809  David  Edward,  bom  in  Reading,  Mass.,  Oct.  19,  1889;  died  Feb.  2, 

1891. 

8810  Robert  Jewett,  born  in  Reading,  Mass.,  April  26,  1891. 

8811  Mabel  Caroline,  bom  in  Reading,  Mass.,  July  23,  1893. 

6305  ALFRED  DAVID  JEWETT  (Isaac"",  Thomas"",  Daniel"°, 
Thomas"",  EzekieP",  Thomas'%  Ezekiel%  MaximiHan%  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  Feb.  4,  1861.  He  married  in  Springfield,  N.  B., 
June  17,  1875,  Adeline  Howland,  who  was  bom  in  Springfield  April  8,  1866, 
daughter  of  Jeremiah  Howland.  They  reside  in  Douglas,  N.  B.,  where  Mr. 
Jewett  is  a  prominent  farmer.  Sept.  4,  1904,  their  home  was  burned  in  the 
night  and  three  of  their  children  with  three  other  people  were  burned  to 
death.  Mr.  Jewett  was  severely  burned  in  his  efforts  to  save  his  children 
and  barely  escaped  with  his  life. 

Children,  born  in  Douglas,  N.  B. : 

8812  Stella,  born  June  14,  1886;  died  April  16,  1888. 

8813  Zella  M.,  bom  Feb.  5,  1889 ;  died  Sept.  4,  1904. 

8814  Wesley,  born  Nov.  7,  1892;  died  Sept.   4,  1904. 

8815  Ethel,  bom  Aug.  11,  1896;  died  Sept.  4,  1904. 

8816  Alfred  M.,  born  March  ,  1906. 

6310  LUriNDA  DELIA  JEWETT  (Thomas""",  Thomas"", 
Daniel'",  Thomas'",  EzekieP",  Thomas^',  Ezekiel",  Maximilian',  Edward^), 
was  born  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  Oct.  23,  1869.  She  married  there  May 
SO,  1888,  Willard  Clark,  who  was  born  in  Mactnaquac,  N.  B.,  Oct.  3,  1866, 
son  of  Fred  and  Lydia  (Reid)  Clark.  They  reside  in  Lower  Line  Queens- 
bury,  N.  B. 


882  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children,  born  in  Mactnaquac,  N.  B.: 

8817  Harry  Milton,  born  Jan.  10,  1890. 

8818  Arnold  Bennit,  bom  March  9,  1892. 

8819  Percy  Theodore,  bom  Nov.  15,  1894. 

8820  Arthur  Willard,  bom  April  6,  1899. 

6344  HARVEY  ALLEN  JEWETT  (Enoch"^°,  DanieP''''^,  Daniel"", 
Thomas'",  EzekieP",  Thomas=^%  Ezekief,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was 'born 
in  Jewett's  Mills,  N.  B.,  March  19,  1859.  He  married  in  Keswick  Ridge, 
N.  B.,  Sept.  22,  1880,  Sarah  Jean  Smith,  daughter  of  James  W.  and  Phoebe 
Ann  (Yerxa)  Smith.  Tlhey  reside  in  Jewett's  Mills,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  a 
miller  and  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Jewett's  Mills,  N.  B.: 

8821  Elbridge  Enoch,  bom  May  31,  1881. 

8822  Murray  Amos,  bom  June  18,  1882. 

8823  Albert  Percy,  bom  July  30,  1883. 

8824  Helen  Mereno,  bom  April  1,  1886. 

8825  John  Cleve,  bom  March  26,  1888. 

6356  HANNAH  ANN  McMASTERS  (Martha"",  Ezekiel"''% 
Daniel•'^  Thomas'*%  Ezekier='%  Thomas",  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward' ), 
was  born  in  Sheffield,  N.  B.,  June  7,  1843.  She  married  there  Rev.  William 
Webb  Percival,  who  was  born  in  Charlotte  Town,  Prince  Edwards  Island, 
Nov.  15,  1841.  He  was  a  Presbyterian  Clergyman  and  was  instantly  killed 
by  a  Southern  Pacific  train  at  Coming,  Cal.,  Nov.  16,  1903.  Mrs.  Percival 
resides  in  Coming. 

Children: 

8826  Herbert  Atwood,  bom  in  St.  Eleanor,  P.  E.  L,  May  27,  1867;  mar- 

ried Feb.  4,  1892,  Hattie  Irene  Shaw  of  Hamden,  N.  Y.  They 
Reside  in  Peoria,  111.,  where  he  is  a  Clergyman.  One  child,  Eugene 
Shaw,  bom  in  Chicago,  111.,  May ,  1900. 

8827  Alice,  bom  in  Murray  Harbor,  P.  E.  I.,  Oct.  27,  1868;  married  in 

Richmond  Hill,  Ont.,  Sept.  4,  1890,  Robert  Alexander  Anderson 
of  Belfast,  P.  E.  I.  They  reside  in  Corning,  Cal.  Two  children, 
bom  in  Vancouver,  B.  C,  viz.,  Mildred  Alexander,  born  Aug.  31, 
1891,  and  Atwood  Percival,  bom  Jan.  26,  1895. 

8828  Harold  Spencer,  bom  in  Bedeque,  P.  E.  I.,  April  21,  1880.     In  1904 

he  was  a  student  in  the  New  York  Theological  Seminary. 

6358  WILLIAM'  BENJAMIN  JEWETT  (George'"*,  Ezekier«^ 
Daniel"",  Thomas'",  Ezekiel'",  Thomas",  Ezekiel',  Maximilian',  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Woodstock,  N.  B.,  Nov,  5,  1850.  He  married  there  Nov.  3, 
1875,  Sophia  Raymond,  daughter  of  John  W.  and  Elizabeth  M.  (Tulloe) 
Raymond.  They  reside  in  Houlton,  Me.,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  Jeweler  and 
Optician. 


Tenth  Generation  888 

Child: 

8829  Eva  Mabel,  born   in  Houlton,   Me.,   ;  married   Aug.   4,   1897, 

Fred  F.  Harrison  of  Woodstock,  N.  B.  They  reside  in  Houlton. 
Two  children,  Sophia  Louise,  born  May  5,  1898,  and  Fred,  bom 
Feb.  2,  1903. 

6363  FREDERICK  B.  JEWETT  (Benjamin  B."'',  Ezekiel^'", 
Daniel"%  Thomas"%  Ezekier",  Thomas",  Ezekiel",  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Sheffield,  N.  B.,  Sept.  22,  1847.  He  married  there  July  13, 
1875,  Harriet  E.  Burpee,  daughter  of  John  and  Hannah  (Savage)  Burpee. 
He  is  a  farmer  and  resides  on  half  of  the  lot  (No.  14)  which  Daniel  Jewett 
(910)  settled  on  when  he  removed  from  Massachusetts. 

Children,  bom  in  Sheffield,  N.  B.: 

8830  John  P.,  bom  March  4,  1877. 

8831  Fred  Cobum,  born  April  18,  1880. 

8832  George  W.,  born  Dec.  1,  1881. 

6365  ANNIE  E.  M.  JEWETT  (Jacob  B.'"«,  David'***,  Daniel•'^ 
Thomas"%  Ezekiel'",  Thomas-^  Ezekie^,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was 'bora 
in  Mactnaquac,  N.  B.,  March  17,  1857.  She  married  in  Keswick  Ridge, 
N.  B.,  June  26,  1877,  George  Frederick  Estey,  who  was  bom  in  Keswick 
Ridge  Aug.  11,  1847,  son  of  Whitman  and  Rebecca  (Lawrence)  Estey. 
They  settled  in  Keswick  Ridge  and  removed  to  Berkeley,  Cal.,  where  he  is  a 
contractor  and  carpenter. 

Children,  horn  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.: 

8833  Barker  Whitman,  born  Dec.  5,  1879. 

8834  Bertha  M.  E.,  bom  April  30,  1882. 

6366  HARVEY   RICHMOND    JEWETT    (Jacob    B.»"«,    David"", 

Daniel"^  Thomas"%  EzekieP",  Thomas=^%  Ezekiel*,  Maximilian',  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Mactnaquac,  N.  B.,  Aug.  10,  1858.  He  married  April  9,  1884, 
Marion  Churchill  Clark.  They  settled  in  Keswick  Ridge  and  removed  to 
Berkeley,  Cal.,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children: 
883.5     Alpha  Laura,  bom  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  Jan.  16,  1885. 

8836  Annie  Fredericka,  bom  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  June  30,  1886. 

8837  Bertha  Bobbins,  bom  in  Berkeley,  Cal.,  March  11,  1892. 

6367  RUTH  BARKER  (Cynthia  A."",  David"*",  Daniel"% 
Thomas'",  Ezekiel'",  Thomas",  Ezekief,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Kingsclear,  N.  B.,  Feb.  8,  1852.  She  married  there  April  3,  1872, 
Archelaus  Hammond  Ilartt,  who  was  born  in  Fredericton,  N.  B.,  May  20, 


884  Jewjett  Genealogy 

1838,  son  of  John  Endicott  and  Patience  Elizabeth  (Hammond)  Hartt.  He 
was  a  farmer  in  Kingsclear  and  died  in  Montana  April  30,  1899.  Mrs.  Hartt 
resides  in  Kingsclear. 

Children,  born  in  Kingsclear,  N.  B.: 

8838  Frank  Theodore,  born  March  28,  1875.     Resides  in  Butte,  Mont. 

8839  Estella  Maria,  born  Feb.  20,  1876.     Resides  in  Kingsclear. 

6375  ANNA  CYNTHIA  JEWETT  (George  F.  N."",  David''", 
Daniel"%  Thomas"%  EzekieP",  Thomas-%  Ezekief,  Maximilian^  Edward"), 
was  bom  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  Sept.  6,  1869.  She  married  in  Eureka, 
Cal.,  Nov.  25,  1900,  John  Henry  Gift,  a  farmer  in  Eureka. 

Children,  born  vn  Eureica,  Cal.: 

8840  George  Fremont,  born  Oct.  10,  1901. 

8841  Henry  Edison,  born  Sept.  9,  1903. 


1964 


6376  ARTHUR  NORMAN  JEWETT   (George  F.  N."",  David 

Daniel"%  Thomas'",  EzekieP",  Thomas-^  Ezeklel*,  Maximilian^  Edward"), 
was  bom  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  Feb.  20,  1871.  He  married  in  Eureka, 
Cal.,  Aug.  7,  1898,  Mary  Catherine  Irvine  and  resides  in  Eureka,  where, 
with  his  brother,  he  is  in  the  Job  Printing  business. 

Children,  born  in  Eureka,  Cal.: 

8842  Janet  Ehzabeth,  bora  Sept.  5,  1900. 

8843  Anna  Catherine,  bom  March  24,  1902. 

8844  Arthur  Irvine,  bom  July  23,  1903. 

6377  WILLIAM  HATHAWAY  JEWETT  (George  F.  N.»"% 
David"''*,  Daniel"^  Thomas'",  Ezekicl"",  Thomas'%  Ezekief,  Maximilian', 
Edward"),  was  bom  in  Keswick  Ridge,  N.  B.,  Oct.  20,  1872.  He  married 
in  San  Francisco,  Cal.,  Oct.  16,  1897,  Glen  Dora  Frame  and  resides  in 
Eureka,  Cal.,  where,  with  his  brother,  he  is  in  the  Job  Printing  business. 

Children,  bom  in  Eureka,  Cal.: 

8845  Helen  Glen  Dora,  bora  Aug.  15,  1898. 

8846  Ruth  Evelyn,  bora  June  23,  1902. 

8847  Willie,  born  Dec.  14,  1903. 

6380  VICTOR  JEWETT  (Nathan"«%  Abel"««^  Abe?",  EzekieP",. 
Ezekiel"",  Thomas''",  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward"),  was  bora  in  Litch- 
field, Ohio,  Dec.  11,  1835.  He  married  in  Jackson  Co.,  la.,  Nov.  12,  1858, 
Alma  Jane  Strong,  who  was  bom  in  Knox  Co.,  Ohio,  March  26,  1841.  Mr. 
Jewett  enlisted  in  the  24th  Iowa  Infantry  Aug.  ,  1862,  and  served  as  a 


Tenth  Generation  885 

private  soldier  until  the  close  of  the  Civil  War.     lie  with  all  of  his  family 
are  members  of  the  Universalist  Church.     Residence,  Adel,  la. 

Children: 

8848  Orrin   Sinkey,  born   in   Jackson   Co.,   la.,   Aup.   29,   1859 ;   uiarricd 

Sept.  20,  1883,  Ina  Luddiiifrton  and  resides  in  Lordsburg,  Cal. 

8849  Susan  Viola,  born  in  Jones  Co.,  la.,  March  15,  1862;  married  Jan.  1, 

1883,  Frank  Bradley  and  resides  in  Rcdfield,  la. 

8850  Harvey  Logan,  born  in  Jones  Co.,  la.,  Sept.  22,  1866;  died  April 

3,  1867. 

8851  Mina  Grace,  born  in  Jones  Co.,  la.,  Feb.  18,  1868;  married  Feb.  28, 

1888,  Oscar  Luddington   and  resides   in  Bright,  Wash. 

8852  Lillie   Gertrude,   born    in    Dallas   Co.,   la.,   June   19,   1874 ;   married 

March  29,  1892,  William  Adams  and  resides  in  Adel,  la. 

8853  Nellie  Sclima,  bom  in  Dallas  Co.,  la.,  June  19,  1877;  married  Mclvin 

B.  Parks.* 

8854  Mary  Alma,  born  in  Dallas  Co.,  la.,  Nov.  5,  1879 ;  married  Dec.  23, 

1903,  Wilbcr  Silsbcc  and  resides  in  Range,  Okla. 

8855  Helen  Cerelda,  bom  in  Dallas  Co.,  la.,  July  22,  1884;  died  April  28, 

1905. 

6384  WILSON  ASA  WARD  JEWETT  (Nathan"'",  Abel"",  Abel"% 
Ezekiel"*,  EzekieP*%  Thomas-%  EzekieP,  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was  bom 
m  Litchfield,  Ohio,  July  24,  1844.  He  married  in  Scotch  Grove,  Nov.  7, 
1879,  Maggie  M.  Keams,  who  was  bom  in  Montreal,  Canada,  Dec.  11, 
1859,  daughter  of  John  and  Agnes  (Milen)  Keams.  They  reside  in  Straw- 
berry Point,  la.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

8856  Elsie  Myrtle,  bom  in  Monticello,  la.,  Sept.  19,  1880. 

8857  Agnes  Charlotte,  born  in  Central  City,  la.,  Sept.  17,  1883;  married 

April  5,  1904,  Adelbcrt  Boynton  and  resides  in  Strawberry  Point, 

8858  Nellie  Booth,  born  in  Centrafcity,  la.,  Oct.  30,  1886;  married  Feb. 

7,  1906,  Harford  Sargent  and  resides  in  Strawberry  Point. 

8859  Howard  Alison,  bom  in  Strawberry  Point,  la.,  Aug.  16,  1894. 

8860  William  Ralston,  bom  in  Strawberry  Point,  la.,  April  7,  1899. 

6393  ALBERT  FOLLETT  JEWETT  ( Timothy "»S  Abel"",  Abel"', 
EzekieP",  EzekieP",  Thomas",  Ezekier,  Maximilian%  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Delaware  Co.,  Ohio,  Nov.  23,  1851.  He  married  in  Panora,  la.,  March 
10,  1874,  Mahala  Ann  Roberts,  who  was  born  in  Montgomery  Co.,  Ind., 
Sept.  3,  1855,  daughter  of  Thomas  and  Sarah  Ann  (Gamer)  Roberts.  Mr. 
Jewett  is  a  clerk  and  has  resided  in  Johnstown  and  Utica,  Ohio,  Redwing, 
Minn.,  and  now  resides  in  Indianola,  la. 


886  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children,  born  in  Indianola,  la.: 

8861  Alvin  Frederick,  born ,  1874;  died  Dec.  22,  1878. 

8862  Charles  Timothy,  bom  Oct.  17,  1875 ;  married  Gracie  A.  M.  Custer.* 

8863  Mary  Harriet,  born  June  11,  1878;  married  in  Indianola  Oct.  4, 

1906,  George  D.  Moffett  and  resides  in  Sheldon,  la. 

8864  George  Follett  Roberts,  born  March  21,  1880 ;  died  March  4,  1901. 

8865  Bertie,  born  Nov.  25,  1881 ;  died  Nov.  25,  1881. 

8866  Willie,  bom  Dec.  1,  1882;  died  Dec.  1,  1882. 

8867  Sarah  Helen,  bom  July  17,  1884. 

8868  Albert  Frank,  born  June  25,  1886;  resides  in  Terre  Haute,  Ind. 

8869  Carrie  Fidelia,  bom  Oct.  26,  1888. 

8870  Philip  Nathan,  bom  June  18,  1891. 

8871  Hallack  Davey,  born  Sept.  22,  1893. 

8872  Edward  Thomas,  born  July  22,  1899. 

6439  PERRY  HULL  JEWETT  (HulP««*,  Jonathan^•'=^^  Benja- 
min'''%  Jonathan"'",  EzekieP",  Thomas-^  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Sangerville,  N.  Y.,  April  12,  1832.  He  married  in  Geneva, 
Minn.,  Oct.  23,  1859,  Helen  E.  Lynde,  who  was  born  in  Macomb,  N.  Y., 
April  28,  1844,  daughter  of  Isaac  P.  and  Parthena  L.  (Clark)  Ljoide  of 
Jefferson  Co.,  N.  Y.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War,  enlisting 
Oct.,  1861,  in  Co.  F,  4th  Minn.  Inft.,  and  served  as  Corporal.  He  was 
mustered  out  of  service  March,  1863,  on  account  of  general  disability  due 
to  sun  stroke  received  in  the  Army.  He  was  a  carpenter  by  trade,  and  settled 
in  Warren,  111.,  removed  to  Albert  Lea,  Minn.,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children: 

8873  Mattie  A.,  born  in  Warren,  111.,  March  12,  1865;  married  in  St. 

Peter,  111.,  Feb.  2,  1898,  J.  C.  DeWitt.     Tlhey  reside  in  Mission, 
Wash.     One  child,  Ohve  Millicent,  bom  in  1900. 

8874  Frank  S.,  bom  in  Warren,  111.,  June  16,  1868 ;  married  In  Spokane, 

Wash.,  Sept.  ,  1893,  Emma  Lund.     He  learned  the  painter's 

trade  and  settled  In  Montana,  removed  to  Nelson,  B.  C,  where  they 
now  reside.  One  child,  Harvey  M.,  born  In  1895. 
8876  Gertrude  A.,  born  in  Warren,  111.,  Sept.  12,  1890;  married  In  Minne- 
apolis, Minn.,  Oct.  19,  1891,  C.  E.  Richardson.  She  is  a  graduate 
of  the  North  Western  Hospital  Training  School  for  Nurses  of 
Minneapolis.  They  reside  In  Minneapolis,  where  Mr.  Richardson 
Is  a  butcher  and  taxidermist.  Three  children,  Frederic  S.,  bom 
in  1893 ;  Paul  C,  bom  In  1898,  and  Perry,  bom  In    1900. 

8876  Harvey  M.,  born  in  Geneva,  Minn.,  Dec.  3,  1873.     He  enlisted  in 

Co.  I,  12th  Minn.  Inft.,  and  served  in  the  Spanish  War.     He  Is  a 
steam-fitter  and  resides  in  Albert  Lea,  Minn.,  unmarried. 

8877  Elsie  M.,  bom  Jan.  11,  1878;  married  June  17,  1896,  Seymour  M. 

Kilmer.     They  reside  in  Albert  Lea,  Minn.     Two  children,  Helen 
E.,  born  June  5,  1898,  and  James  H.,  born  July  23,  1900. 


Tenth  Generation  887 

6442  PHEBE  ANN  LOCKE  (Persis»«",  Jonathan^''",  Benja- 
min»'%  Jonathan'"",  EzekieP",  Thomas-%  Ezeklel",  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
in  Sangerfield,  N.  Y.,  June  30,  1839.  She  married  in  Westmoreland,  N.  Y., 
July  3,  1857,  John  O.  Livermorc,  son  of  Isaiah  and  Lucy  (Morris)  Liver- 
more.  He  was  a  farmer  and  died  Nov.  11,  1868.  She  married  second, 
March  19,  1871,  Henry  Abbey,  who  died  in  a  few  years.  She  married  third, 
in  Hamilton,  N.  Y.,  July  1,  1896,  Charles  A.  Eastman.  They  reside  in 
Oriskany  Falls,  N.  Y. 

Children  by  first  husband: 

8878  Hattie,  bom  April  13,  I860;  married  Nov.  17,  1891,  Wesley  Dudley 

and  resides  in  Oriskany  Falls,  N.  Y. 

8879  John  A.,  born  ;  married  Feb.  18,  1902,  Jennie  Barker  and  re- 

sides in  Oriskany  Falls,  N.  Y. 

Child  by  second  husband: 

8880  Mattie  E.,  born  Feb.  25,  1874 ;  married  Charles  Henderson  of  Madi- 

son, N.  Y.     Three  children,  Emory,  bom  Aug.  22,  1893;  Emest, 
bora  Dec.  10,  1894,  and  Earl,  born  Nov.  9,  1896. 

6444  HARRIET  CORNELIA  JEWETT  (William  E.'««%  Jonathan-*'^", 
Benjamin"^  Jonathan^''^  EzekieP-%  Thomas'%  Ezekiel",  Maximilian%  Ed- 
ward'), was  bom  in  Sangerfield,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  24,  1832.  She  married  July 
17,  1857,  Rev.  Sherman  B.  Wilson.  They  were  missionaries  in  the  West 
Indies  a  number  of  years  and  now  reside  in  Kenilworth,  111.,  where  he  was 
County  Superintendent  of  Schools  many  years. 

Children,  bom  in  Jamaica,  W.  I. : 

8881  Anna  Comelia,  born  April  22,  1862. 

8882  Harriet,  bom  May  17,  1863. 

8883  William  Franklin,  born  Oct.  5,  1864.     He  is  a  physician  in  Lake 

City,  Minn. 

8884  Adeline  Ada,  born  June  11,  1868;  married  W.  F.  Trowbridge  and 

resides  in  Kenilworth. 

8885  Mary  W.,  bom  Jan.  16,  1871  ;  married  W.  G.  Settles  and  resides 

in  Helena,  Mont. 

8886  Fanny  Maude,  bom  Dec.  19,  1872;  resides  in  St.  Paul,  Minn. 

6445  MARY  ELIZA  JEWETT  (William  E."«",  Jonathan'"^",  Benja- 
min"", Jonathan''",  EzekieP-^  Thomas=^  Ezekief,  Maximilian^  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Sangerfield,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  30,  1833.  She  married  March  15,  1853, 
Robert  N.  Roberts,  and  settled  in  Kirkland,  N.  Y.  She  may  have  married 
second  Henry  Roberts. 

Children,  born  in  Kirkland,  N.  Y.: 

8887  Oscar  J.,  born  Feb.   13,  1854;  nmrried  March   2,  1875,  Jennie  L. 


888  Jewett  Genealogy 

Clark  and  reside  in  Clinton,  N.  Y.    One  child,  Fred  O.,  born  Nov. 
24,  1877. 

8888  Mary  A.,  bom  Aug.  29,  1857;  married  Dec.  31,  1879,  George  N. 

Cone.     They  reside  in  Clinton,  N.  Y.     One  child,  Eva  M.,  bom 
Sept.  3,  1884. 

8889  Arthur  J.,  bora  March  27,  1859;  married  Sept.   10,  1885,  Mary 

Fren.     He  is  a  physician  in  Jackson,  Mich. 

6447  DR.  WILLIAM  ERI  JEWETT  (WiHiam  E.'''%  Jonathan=''=^% 
Benjamin«'%  Jonathan^«°,  EzekieP",  Thomas-%  Ezekiel',  Maximilian%  Ed- 
ward^), was  born  in  Sangerfield,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  8,  1842.  He  married  in  Con- 
stantine,  Mich.,  Nov.  24,  1868,  Clara  A.  Root,  daughter  of  Henry  E.  and 
Lucinda  (Beckwith)  Root.  They  reside  in  Adrain,  Mich.,  where  he  is  a 
physician.  He  is  Past  Grand  Commander  of  the  Knight  Templar,  Mich., 
33d  degree  Ancient  and  Accepted  Scottish  Rite.  Is  also  a  member  of  the 
Odd  Fellows. 

Children: 

8890  Henry  Root,  bom  in  Constantine,  Mich.,  Oct.  24,  1870.     He  is  a 

lawyer  in  Adrain,  Mich. 

8891  William  Eri,  born  in  Adrian,  Mich.,  June  11,  1872;  married  there 

Jan.  28,  1903,  Lulu  Bean  Spence.     They  reside  in  Adrain,  where 
he  is  a  physician. 

6448  AURILIA  LODEMA  JEWETT  (WiUiam  B^''\  Jonathan'"", 
Benjamin"%  Jonathan'*",  EzekieP",  Thomas-%  EzekieP,  Maximilian%  Ed- 
ward^), was  born  in  Sangerfield,  N.  Y.,  June  30,  1845.  She  married  Aug. 
27,  1865,  George  W.  Walker,  who  is  a  prominent  educator  and  a  high  Mason. 
Residence,  Belleville,  Ohio. 

Children : 

8892  Evangelina,  bom   in  West  Liberty,  Ohio,   July   21,   1867;   died  in 

Adrain,  Mich.,  Sept.  27,  1890. 

8893  Blanche,  born  in  Lima,  Ohio,  Aug.  23,  1872. 

8894  Maude,  bom  in  Lima,  Ohio,  Aug.  12,  1878. 

6450  JONATHAN  JEWETT  TAYLOR  (Harriet'*'",  Jonathan^"", 
Benjamin''^,  Jonathan'*",  EzekieP",  Thomas'",  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward^), was  bom  in  Oriskany  Falls,  N.  Y.,  Sept.  5,  1846.  He  married  in 
Clark  Mills,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  21,  1872,  Sarah  Elizabeth  Jewett,  daughter  of 
James  Gage  Jewett.  She  was  bom  in  Litchfield,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  3,  1850.  They 
reside  in  Forest  City,  la.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Forest  City,  la.: 

8895  Amy  Elfie,  born  Oct.  12,  1873;  married  Oct.  22,  1899,  Nelo  Nelson. 

They  reside  in  Leland,  la.,  where  he  is  a  farmer.     Three  children, 


Tenth  Genkration  889 

Amy  Elizabeth,  born  Sept.  4,  1900;  Harriet  Taylor,  born  Nov. 
24,  1901,  and  Sarah  Luella,  bom  Aug.  1,  1903;  died  Oct.  3,  1903. 

8896  William  Jewett,  bom  Jan.  13,  1875. 

8897  Mary  Orrisa,  born  May  29,  1882. 

8898  Sarah  Grace,  bom  Aug.  18,  1885. 

6451  UNITY  LEORA  TAYLOR  (Harriet'"",  Jonathan'"^'",  Benja- 
min"", Jonathan''''%  EzekieP",  Thomas",  Ezekief,  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Oriskany  Falls,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  28,  1848.  She  married  in  Forest 
City,  la.,  Dec.  30,  1880,  Isaac  Monroe  Peters,  who  was  bom  in  Virginia 
July  25,  1846,  son  of  Wilham  Peters,  He  was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War 
and  later  became  a  farmer  in  Forest  City.  He  died  in  Independence,  la., 
June  6,  1886.      She  married  second,  in  Forest  City,  Feb.   5,   1893,  James 

McClinchey,   who  was  bom   in  Canada  Jan.   ,  1840.      They   reside  in 

Northland,  Minn. 

Children  by  first  husband: 

8899  Runa   Belle,  born   in   Forest  City,  la.,  Nov.   28,   1881 ;  married   in 

East  Grand  Forks,  Minn.,  Jan.  30,  1901,  William  Adair.  They 
resided  in  East  Grand  Forks,  where  she  died  Dec.  22,  1902,  leaving 
two  children,  viz.,  William  Roscoc,  bom  Sept.  22,  1901,  and  James 
Monroe,  bom  Nov.  27,  1902. 

8900  Lyman  Roscoe,  born  in  Forest  City,  la.,  Oct.  26,  1884;  resides  in 

Northland,  Minn. 

6455  UNITY  MEDORA  JEWETT  (Lyman  W.'^S  Jonathan"'", 
Benjamin'''%  Jonathan^'",  EzekieP",  Thomas=%  Ezekief,  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward'), was  born  in  Sangerville,  N.  Y.,  March  18,  1845.  She  married  there 
Feb.  1,  1865,  Alpheus  Jay  Hathaway  of  Augusta,  N.  Y.,  son  of  Hiram 
Hathaway.  They  resided  in  Augusta.  She  died  in  Oriskany  Falls,  N.  Y., 
Oct.  '-,  1905. 

Children,  bom  in  Augusta,  N.  Y. : 

8901  Charles  Edwin,  bom  Oct.  7,  1866;  married  Sept.  8,  1886,  Cynthia 

Mowers  of  Point  of  Rock,  N.  Y.  They  reside  in  Oriskany  Falls, 
N.  Y.     One  child,  Le  Moyne,  born  Aug.  7,  1891. 

8902  Henry  Lyman,  born  Feb.  12,  1870;  married   (1st)   Maud  Hinman ; 

(2d)  Flora  Munns.* 

8903  Albert  Jay,  bora  Dec.  23,  1871  ;  died  Oct.  19,  1890. 

8904  Fred  Eugene,  born  Nov.  6,  1873;  died  March  1,  1875. 

8905  Eliza  Sophia,  born  Jan.  28,  1882. 

6456  CHARLES  HUIX  JEWETT  (Lyman  W."",  Jonathan"*", 
Benjamin"",  Jonathan'"",  EzckieP",  Thomas'",  Ezekiel",  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward'), was  born  in  Sangerville,  N.  Y.,  May  13,  1850.  He  married  in 
Chestcrville  Co.,  Va.,  Dec.  24,  1872,  Welthea  Ruth  Clark,  daughter  of 
Samuel  and  Ruth  (King)  Clark.  They  reside  in  Sangerville,  where  he  is  a 
farmer. 


890  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children,  bom  in  SangerviUe,  N.  Y.: 

8906  Earl  Brockway,  born  Feb.  26,  1878. 

8907  Bessie  Adella,  bom  Oct.  2,  1879. 

8908  Eloise  LeMoyne,  born  Sept.  8,  1889. 

6457  CHARLES  JEWETT  MASON  (Louisa'«'%  Jonathan='°==^  Benja- 
min«='%  Jonathan''%  Ezekiel"%  Thomas",  Ezekiel«,  Maximinan%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Vernon,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  1,  1859.  He  married  there  Oct.  20,  1880, 
Emma  Ann  DeVotie,  who  was  bom  in  Vernon  Oct.  31,  1856,  daughter  of 
Peter  E.  and  Maria  (Manderville)  DeVotie.  They  reside  in  Vemon  Center, 
N.  Y.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Vernon  Center,  N.  Y.: 

8909  Louise  Maria,  born  Oct.  8,  1881. 

8910  Millard  DeVotie,  bom  Aug.  11,  1888. 

8911  Gertrude  Ellen,  born  Aug.  1,  1891. 


957 


6467  WILLIAM  EDWIN  HOOD  (Ann  M^^'\  Seth  J.'''"',  Mary 
Jeremiah''',  Jeremiah'"',  Maximilian'',  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward') 
was  bom  in  Salem,  Mass.,  July  1,  1849.  He  married  in  Concord,  N.  H., 
Nov.  30,  1870,  Ella  F.  Saltmarsh,  who  was  bora  in  Concord  Nov.  11,  1848, 
daughter  of  George  and  Lucinda  (Sleeper)  Saltmarsh.  He  is  a  Merchant 
Tailor  in  Concord. 

Children,  bom  in  Concord,  N.  H.: 

8912  Harry  R.,  bora  Aug.  22,  1871. 

8913  Arthur  Edwin,  bom  Feb.  9,  1875 ;  died  July  26,  1897. 

8914  Alice  Ella,  born  April  11,  1877.     She  is  a  teacher  in  Reading,  Mass. 

8915  Edith,  born  Sept.  14,  1878 ;  died  July  18,  1898. 

8916  Grace,  born  Oct.  5,  1880;  married  in  Reno,  Neb.,  July  ,  1906, 

Ralph  Rollins  of  Concord,  N.  H.     He  is  a  Civil  Engineer. 

8917  Herbert  H.,  bom  June  16,  1888. 


6469  SUSAN  ELLA  HOOD  (Ann  M.'«=^  Seth  J.^^-^^,  Mary'", 
Jeremiah'",  Jeremiah"',  Maximilian^',  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward') 
was  born  in  Salem,  Mass.,  May  14,  1855.  She  married  in  Concord,  N.  H., 
Dec.  23,  1879,  John  Brooks,  who  was  born  July  11,  1855,  son  of  Samuel 
Brooks  of  Wilmont,  N.  H.     He  is  Superintendent  of  the  Page  Belting  Co. 

of  Concord,  N.  H. 

Children,  born  in  Concord,  N.  H.: 

8918  Ethel  Wallace,  bora  May  13,  1881. 

8919  Emest  Samuel,  born  Dec.  1,  1883. 

6473  WALTER  STANLEY  DOLE  (Seth  R.'«='%  Seth  J.^'"'^,  Mary"", 
Jeremiah'",  Jeremiah"',  Maximilian^',  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward') 
was  born  in  Concord,  N.  H.,  May  1,  1868.     He  married  Oct.  23,  1894, 


Tenth  Generation  891 

Cora  May  Chesley,  who  was  born  March  22,  1870,  daughter  of  George  W. 
and  Susan  (Lane)  Chesley.  They  reside  in  Concord,  where  he  is  a  book- 
keeper. 

Children,  born  in  Concord,  N.  H.: 

8920  Ethel,  born  Oct.  18,  1895. 

8921  Gladys,  born  Oct.  20,  1897. 

8922  Mildred,  bom  May  31,  1905. 

6479  EMMA  AUGUSTA  PIKE  (E.  Mary  Z.^'^'S  Thomas'*'",  Mary'", 
Jeremiah'^S  Jeremiah^^^  Maximilian'^  Ezekiel",  Maximilian',  Edward^) 
was  bom  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  Dec.  16,  1867.  She  married  in  South  Framing- 
ham,  Mass.,  July  18,  1900,  Horace  Greeley  Brown,  son  of  George  William 
and  Martha  Jane  (Brumley)  Brown.  They  reside  in  Worcester,  Mass., 
where  he  is  a  teacher  in  the  Worcester  High  School. 

Children,  horn  in  Worcester,  Mass.: 

8923  Esther  Eastman,  bora  Dec.  30,  1903. 

8924  Alice  Spaulding,  born  Dec.  11,  1906. 

6490  ALICE  AUGUSTA  WILDES  (Jeremiah  J.«''%  Mary  B.'°", 
Jeremiah"'^  Jeremiah^",  Jeremiah"^  Maximilian",  Ezekiel",  Maximilian', 
Edward*),  was  bom  in  Georgetown,  Mass.,  March  28,  1873.  She  married 
April  9,  1891,  Charles  Amold  Stetson,  who  was  bom  June  5,  1865.  They 
reside  in  Boxford,  Mass. 

Children : 

8925  Mary  Amold,  born  Jan.  19,  1892. 

8926  Elizabeth  Jewett,  bom  April  29,  1893. 

8927  Harriet  Endicott,  born  Dec.  9,  1894. 

8928  Eleanor  Wildes,  bom  Sept.  7,  1896. 

8929  Satira  Tarleton,  born  March  27,  1898. 

8930  Wilham  Chester,  born  July  19,  1900. 

8931  Charles  Hazen,  born  Aug.  14,  1902. 

8932  Clifford  Wildes,  born  Sept.  11,  1905. 

6507  LENDA  PIERCE  MORSE  (Mary  A.'°",  Ebenezer  W.'''*", 
Robert'",  Samuel'«%  Jeremiah"',  Maximilian^',  Ezckicf,  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward*), was  bom  in  Lawrence,  Mass.,  Jan.  7,  1868.  She  married  there  Oct. 
31,  1895,  William  Nuttall,  who  was  bom  in  Lawrence  Oct.  31,  1868,  son 
of  William  and  Mary  (Hindle)  Nuttall.  They  reside  in  Milford,  Mass., 
where  he  is  a  machinist. 

Children,  horn  in  Milford,  Mass.: 

8933  Ruth  May,  born  Oct.  4,  1896. 

8934  Viola  Edna,  born  Nov.   20,  1897. 

8935  Benjamin  Morse,  bom  July  8,  1899. 


892  Jewett  Genealogy 

8936  Edwin  Jewett,  bom  Sept.  4,  1900;  died  in  Winchester,  Mass.,  Jan. 

31,  1901. 

8937  Beatrice  Lenda,  born  Sept.  16,  1902. 

8938  William  Edwin,  born  Sept.  4,  1905. 

6536  EVA  M.  JEWETT  (Leander  H.'"'''*,  Milton"",  Ebenezer"", 
Stephen"%  Eliphalet'"*,  Stephen'%  EzekieP,  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Chicago,  111.,  April  20,  1880.  She  married  in  Broken  Bow,  Neb., 
Dec.  25,  1899,  Charles  V.  Talbot,  son  of  Dr.  R.  C.  and  Harriet  (Warrick) 
Talbot.     They  reside  in  Berwyn,  Neb.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

8939  John  J.,  born  in  Broken  Bow,  Neb.,  April  19,  1901. 

8940  Perley  R.,  born  in  Broken  Bow,  Neb.,  Dec.  21,  1902. 

8941  Orin  H.,  bom  in  Berwyn,  Neb.,  Jan.  11,  1904. 

6546  HARRIET  AMANDA  ROBERTS  (Eliza  A.***'',  James"**',  An- 
drew"'"*',  Jonathan*"',  Joseph"*,  Jonathan",  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward'), was  bora  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  June  25,  1859.  She  married  there  Oct. 
29,  1880,  William  Train  Mosman,  bom  in  Cambridge,  Mass.,  son  of  Daniel 
Frank  and  Eunice  Rebecca  (Denton)  Mosman.  They  reside  in  Jersey  City, 
N.  J.,  where  he  is  Superintendent  of  a  large  factory. 

Child: 

8942  Charles   Franklin,    born    in    East   Boston,   Mass.,   May   10,    1882; 

married  in  Saginaw,  Mich.,  Aug. ,  1905,  Mabel  Alice  Haskell, 

who  was  born  in  Saginaw  Oct.  7,  1885,  daughter  of  Willard  H. 
and  Matilda  EHzabeth  (Tibbets)  Haskell.  They  reside  in  Cam- 
bridge, Mass.,  where  he  is  in  the  Ladies  Neckwear  business. 


2888 


6558  BERTHA  ELLEN  STEVENS  (Martha  A.''"^  Benjamin 
Benjamin"'',  Benjamin*",  Benjamin"",  Jonathan"',  Joseph",  Maximilian', 
Edward'),  was  bom  in  Marseiller,  111.,  Nov.  10,  1869.  She  married  in  Gardi- 
ner, Me.,  July  3,  1896,  James  Henry  Snarr,  bom  in  Shediac,  N.  B.,  son  of 
William  and  Elizabeth  (Hillson)  Snarr  of  Shediac.    They  reside  in  Gardiner. 

Children,  horn  in  Gardhier,  Me.: 

8943  Velma  lona,  bom  Aug.  13,  1897. 

8944  Frederick  Earle,  bom  May  9,  1900. 

8945  Kenneth  Irvine,  born  Oct.  4,  1902. 

6581  JOHN  WOODMAN  JEWETT  (Elisha  H."",  Benjamin"", 
Dearborn"^%  Benjamin*",  Benjamin"",  Jonathan",  Joseph",  Maximilian', 
Edward'),  was  bom  in  South  Berwick,  Me.,  May  9,  1855.  He  married 
Mary  Elizabeth  Yeaton,  daughter  of  Isaac  P.  Yeaton  of  South  Berwick. 


Tenth  Generation  893 

Mr.  Jewett  and  wife  settled  in  Nebraska,  where  he  owned  a  cattle  ranch. 
He  died  from  pneumonia  at  Hot  Springs,  Utah,  Oct.  9,  1892.  Mrs.  Jewett 
returned  to  South  Berwick  and  married  there  in  1895  Jolin  Colcord,  a  mer- 
chfint  of  Ithaca,  N.  Y.,  where  they  reside. 

Children,  born  in  MaanccU,  Neb.: 

8946  Charles  Gordon,  born  Feb.   23,   1881.     He  resides  in  Lena,   Neb., 

where  he  has  charge  of  a  large  ranch. 

8947  Jessie,  bom  Oct.  4,  1883.     Resides  in  Ithaca,  N.  Y. 

8948  Elisha,  born  ;  died  in  infancy. 

6589  FRANK  JEWETT  (Samuel  A.  W."",  Samuel"",  Epes"", 
Dummer*®°,  Jedediah^^S  Jonathan®',  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was 
born  in  Ottawa,  111.,  Sept.  18,  1859.  He  married  in  Blunt,  S.  D.,  May  16, 
1886,  Hettie  P.  Murray,  who  was  bom  in  Mazon,  111.,  Aug.  24,  1863,  daugh- 
ter of  Owen  A.  and  Lydia  (Ishain)  Murray.  They  reside  in  Mazon,  where 
he  is  a  carpenter  and  contractor. 

Children,  bom  in  Mazon,  III.: 

8949  Leroy,  bom  April  12,  1887. 

8950  Mabel,  born  June  8,  1889. 

8951  Manning,  bora  Sept.  12,  1891. 

8952  Carrol,  born  March  10,  1895. 

8953  Reva,  bom  Feb.  16,  1899. 

6590  HOWARD  MITCHELL  JEWETT  (Samuel  A.  W."",  Samuel"", 
Epes"",  Dummer*'%  Jedediah'",  Jonathan",  Joseph",  MaximiHan',  Ed- 
ward^), was  born  in  Wilmington,  111.,  Aug.  9,  1862.  He  married  in  Minne- 
apolis, Minn.,  May  11,  1895,  Ellen  Nora  Drake,  who  was  born  in  Meredith, 
N.  H.,  April  5,  1866,  daughter  of  Demerit  and  Mary  Ann  (Sanborn) 
Drake.     He  is  in  the  Post  Office  in  St.  Paul,  Minn. 

Children,  born  in  St.  Paul,  Minn.: 

8954  Ellene  Mary,  born  Feb.  13,  1896. 

8955  Howard  Edward,  bom  June  7,  1898. 

6592  JAMES  NELSON  JEWETT  (John  A."",  Samuel"",  Epes"", 
Dummer^'°,  Jedediah^*\  Jonathan",  Joseph",  Maximihan',  Edward^),  was 
bom  in  Kankakee,  111.,  Aug.  1,  1867.  He  married  in  St.  Joseph,  Mo.,  March 
2,  1892,  Emma  J.  Islaub,  who  was  born  in  St.  Joseph  Sept.  14,  1871,  daugh- 
ter of  Frederick  and  Barbara  (Warner)  Islaub.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  Railway 
Mail  Clerk.     Residence,  St.  Joseph. 

Children,  born  in  St.  Joseph,  Mo.: 

8956  Frank  F.,  bom  Jan.  28,  1893. 


894t  Jewjett  Genealogy 

8957  Charles  Chester,  born  Feb.  20,  1895. 

8958  Wallace  R.,  born  Feb.  19,  1898. 

8959  Eugene  J.,  bom  April  6,  1900. 

8960  Helen  Gertrude,  born  Feb.  12,  1905. 


41S9 


6603  REV.  GEORGE  ORRINGTON  JEWETT  (Ephraim  H 
SamueP^°%  Epes"^%  Dummer"",  Jedediah'",  Jonathan*^  Joseph",  Maximil- 
ian%  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Keokuk  Falls,  Okla.,  Aug.  1,  1866.  He  mar- 
ried in  Mustang,  Okla.,  Oct.  13,  1897,  Emma  Ava-Nella  Jones,  who  wa& 
born  in  Burlington,  Mo.,  March  4,  1870,  daughter  of  David  Watson  and 
Emil}'^  (Radford)  Jones. 

Mr.  Jewett  was  educated  in  the  city  High  School  of  Bolwer,  Mo.,, 
the  Northwestern  Normal  School  and  Business  College  of  Stanberry,  Mo., 
the  Methodist  College  of  Marionville,  Mo.,  and  the  Fort  Worth  University 
of  Fort  Worth,  Texas.  He  taught  school  and  farmed  in  Missouri  until 
he  was  licensed  to  preach  in  the  spring  of  1893.  He  then  removed  to  Okla- 
homa and  joined  the  Oklahoma  Annual  Conference  of  the  Methodist  Epis- 
copal Church  in  Oct.,  1895,  at  South  McAllister,  I.  T.  In  March,  1902, 
he  began  preaching  for  the  Congregational  Church  in  Sage,  Okla.,  serving 
18  months,  after  which  he  was  in  Hydro,  Okla.,  6  months.  In  1905  he 
joined  the  Methodist  Episcopal  Church  South,  and  on  Nov.  16,  1906,  was 
admitted  into  full  connection  with  the  Oklahoma  Annual  Conference  of  that 
Church,  being  the  first  man  received  from  another  Church  after  the  name 
of  the  Conference  was  changed.  He  was  ordained  by  the  same  Bishop 
(Stephen  M.  Merrill)  that  ordained  his  father.  His  wife  is  a  member  of  the 
same  Church.     They  reside  in  Deer  Lodge,  Mont. 

Children : 

8961  Edward  Fletcher,  bom  in  the  Choctaw  Indian  Nation,  Ind.  T.,  Aug. 

5,  1898,  at  Wister  Junction. 

8962  Katherine,  bom  in  Nyssa,  Ore.,  Aug.  10,  1900. 

8963  David  Harris,  bom  in  Hydro,  Okla.,  Dec.  28,  1903. 

6604  SALLIE  S.  JEWETT  (Ephraim  H.''''*^  SamueF'«%  Epes"«% 
Dummer*®°,  Jedediah"',  Jonathan*'%  Joseph",  MaximiHan%  Edward'),  was 
bora  in  Will  Co.,  111.,  June  23,  1867.  She  married  in  Galena,  Mo.,  May  31, 
1893,  William  Albert  Foster,  who  was  born  in  Mercer  Co.,  Mo.,  Feb.  26, 
1866,  son  of  Jesse  Cleveland  and  Martha  (McColm)  Foster.  They  reside 
in  Harper,  Okla.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

8964  Jesse  Harris,  bom  in  Mercer  Co.,  Mo.,  July  26,  1894. 

8965  Gertrude  E.,  born   near  Oakwood,   Okla.,   Sept.    18,   1902.      (This. 

is  an  adopted  child.) 


Tenth  Generation  895 

6605  ARTHUR  WOODBURY  JEWETfr  (Ephraim  H/"%  SamueP"% 
Epes"''%  Dummer**%  Jedcdiah'^S  Jonathan«%  Joseph",  Maximillan%  Ed- 
ward*), was  born  in  Decatur,  la.,  Nov.  6,  1869.  He  married  first,  March 
9,  1898,  Ella  Estelle  Smith.  He  married  second,  Dec.  27,  1903,  Laura 
Margaret  Foster  and  resides  in  Fay,  Dewey  Co.,  Okla. 

Children,  born  i7i  Dewey  Co.,  Okla.: 

8966  Alma  Martha,  bom  Jan.  6,  1905. 

8967  Elsie  Irene,  bom  Sept.  15,  1906. 

6607  MELLA  JEWETT  (Ephraim  H.*"',  SamueP"",  Epes"", 
Dummer*®°,  Jedediah^*^  Jonathan®^,  Joseph*^  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  was 
bom  in  Phillips  Co.,  Kan.,  Feb.  l-i,  1876.  She  married  in  Galveston,  Texas, 
Oct.  2,  1897,  Albert  Ellsworth  Newman,  who  was  born  in  Monongahela  Co., 
W.  Va.,  Oct.  11,  1863,  son  of  Samuel  Guseman  and  Sarah  Ellen  (Smith) 
Newman.  They  reside  in  Texas  City,  Texas,  where  he  is  Deputy  Custom 
Collector. 

Children: 

8968  Samuel  Arthur,  bom  July  15,  1898. 

8969  Clara  Ellen,  born  Nov.  25,  1903. 

6608  EMMA  JEWETT  (Ephraim  H.''"%  SamueP'^'S  Epes"'% 
Dummer**",  Jedediah"^,  Jonathan®^,  Joseph",  Maximilian^,  Edward^),  w^as 
born  in  Andrew  Co.,  Mo.,  May  23,  1878.  She  married  in  La  Marque,  Texas, 
Nov.  26,  1899,  John  Henry  Grafe,  who  was  born  in  Hereford,  Province  of 
Westphalia,  Germany,  Jan.  30,  1861,  son  of  John  Henry  and  Lizzetta 
(Hesse)  Grafe.  The}'  reside  in  Texas  City,  Texas,  where  he  is  a  carpenter 
and  contractor. 

Children: 

8970  Clara  Louisa,  born  in  Blaine  Co.,  Okla.,  Sept.  24,  1901. 

8971  Sallie  Lucile,  born  in  Texas  City,  Texas,  Nov.  23,  1904-. 

6610  MARY  HOSKINS  EVANS  (Katherinc  F.""",  Mary  G.""', 
Jesse"",  Moses"^  Mark''*,  Jonathan''^  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  July  12,  1855.  She  married  in  Gardiner,  Me., 
June  6,  1875,  David  Henry  Darling,  son  of  Harry  Darling.  He  was  bom 
in  North  Adams,  Mass.,  May  13,  1845,  and  died  from  apoplexy  in  Rye, 
N.  Y.,  March  26,  1902.  Mrs.  Darling  resides  in  Stamford,  Conn.,  with  her 
children. 

Children,  bom  in  Wakefield,  Moss.: 

8972  Robert,  born  July  1,  1876;  married  May  13,  1902,  Julia  W.  Ensign. 

He  graduated  from  Yale  College  in  the  class  of  1899  and  resides 
in  Simsbury,  Conn. 

8973  Katherine   Evans,    born    Sept.    15,    1877;    married    May    25,    1904, 

Frederick  M.  Houghton  and  resides  in  Stamford,  Conn. 


896  Jewett  Genealogy 

8974  Eleanor  Louise,  born  Feb.  4,  1879. 

8975  Louis,  born  July  26,  1882. 

8976  Margaret,  born  Sept.  26,  1885. 

8977  Gladys,  born  Feb.  13,  1890. 

6614  EDMUND  BLAISDEL  PERKINS  (DeHa  G.*"%  Thomas  G."«% 
Jesse"",  Moses'"',  Mark^'S  Jonathan*'%  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward' ), 
was  bom  in  Boston,  Mass.,  July  7,  1863.  He  married  in  Marion,  Mass., 
May  10,  1883,  Delia  F.  Deane,  who  was  bom  in  Marion  May  12,  1866, 
daughter  of  Caleb  C.  and  Eliza  (Allen)  Deane.  They  reside  in  Boston, 
Mass.,  where  he  is  a  clerk. 

Children,  born  in  Marion,  Mass.: 

8978  Francis,  bom  Jan.  8,  1884. 

8979  Edith  Deane,  bora  May  29,  1886. 

6615  THOMAS  GREEN  JEWETT  (Charles  H."",  Thomas  G.''«% 
Jesse"",  Moses''%  Mark''*,  Jonathan*'%  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  June  25,  1857.  He  married  in  New  York 
City,  Jan.  31,  1893,  Sarah  Cecilia  Ryan,  daughter  of  Patrick  Dee  and 
Catherine  (O'Neill)  Ryan.  They  reside  in  Chicago,  111.  Mr.  Jewett  is  a 
traveling  salesman. 

Child: 

8980  Thomas  Green,  bom  in  Lakeville,  Mass.,  Oct.  26,  1893. 

6617  MARY  HOWARD  JEWETT  (Jesse  G.""'^  Thomas  G.'^'", 
Jesse"",  Moses"",  Mark'"*,  Jonathan•'^  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  May  3,  1867.  She  married  in  Boston, 
Mass.,  Oct.  18,  1888,  George  Herman  French,  who  was  born  in  Brockton, 
Mass.,  Oct.  18,  1866,  son  of  James  Herman  and  Clara  Luella  (Lamkin) 
French.  They  reside  in  Dorchester,  Mass.  Mr.  French  is  a  Conductor 
on  the  N.  Y.,  N.  H.  and  H.  R.  R. 

Children,  born  vn  Dorchester,  Mass.: 

8981  Jessie,  bom  Sept.  5,  1899;  died  from  pneumonia  March  23,  1893. 

8982  George  Rawson,  bom  Aug.  22,  1892. 

8983  Lora,  bom  May  4,  1896. 

6619  HARRISON  WOOD  JEWETT  (Jesse  G."'%  Thomas  G.-»«% 
Jesse"",  Moses"%  Mark"%  Jonathan'%  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  North  Rochester,  Mass.,  Sept.  3,  1870.  He  married  in  Chelsea, 
Mass.,  Feb.  5,  1896,  Hattie  Hatch  Tent,  who  was  bom  in  Chelsea  May  18, 
1876,  daughter  of  Francis  Stauton  and  Lucy  B.  (Wellman)  Tent.  Mrs. 
Tent  is  a  descendant  of  Timothy  Wellman,  a  soldier  of  the  Revolution.     Mr. 


Tenth  Geneeation  897 

Jewett  resides  in   Baltimore,  Md.,  where  he  is  a  salesman  for  the  Armour 
Beef  Co. 

ChUd: 

8984  Frank  Tent,  born  in  Baltimore,  Md.,  July  17,  1900. 

6620  LUCY  ADELAIDE  PRATT  (Jane  C."",  Thomas  6.""% 
Jesse"",  Moses'*',  Mark''\  Jonathan",  Joseph's  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Worcester,  Mass.,  May  3,  1869.  Site  married  there  Jan.  9, 
1896,  Rev.  Charles  Lancaster  Short,  who  was  born  in  Roxbury,  Mass., 
Sept.  4,  1850,  son  of  Charles  and  Anne  Jean  (Lyman)  Short.  They  reside 
in  Grafton,  Mass.,  where  he  is  an  Episcopal  Clergyman. 

Children,  born  in  Worcester,  Mass.: 

8985  Lyman  Pratt,  bom  Aug.  5,  1898 ;  died  the  same  day. 

8986  Mary  Gardiner,  bom  Feb.  6,  1900. 

8987  Charles  Lyman,  bora  June  23,  1901. 

6622  DR.  JOHN  ROGERS  (Harriet  M.*''°,  Catherine  R.'"% 
Jesse'''",  Moses""',  Mark"%  Jonathan°%  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'), 
was  born  in  New  York  City  Feb.  19,  1866.  He  married  in  New  Haven, 
Conn.,  Nov.  27,  1895,  Elizabeth  Seldcn  White  of  New  Haven.  They  re- 
side in  New  York,  where  he  is  engaged  in  the  practice  of  medicine. 

Children,  bom  in  Neu^  York  City: 

8988  John,  bom  Jan.  6,  1897. 

8989  Charies  White,  born  Nov.  22,  1900. 

8990  A  son,  bom  March  9,  1905;  died  the  same  day. 

6637  HATTIE  FLORENCE  CORLISS  ( Howard" '%  John="S  Mc- 
hitable"",  Moses"%  Mark''*,  Jonathan«%  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Woolwich,  Me.,  Nov.  3,  1870.  She  married  in  Lewiston,  Me., 
May  2,  1894,  James  Frank  Whittum,  who  was  born  in  Woolwich,  Me.,  Aug. 
16,  1859,  son  of  James  and  Abby  Welch  (Fowle)  Whittum.  They  reside  in 
Auburn,  Me.,  where  he  is  a  shoemaker. 

Children: 

8991  James  Howard,  born  in  Woolwich,  Me.,  March  3,  1895. 

8992  Edith  Florence,  born  in  Woolwich,  Me.,  April  26,  1899;  died  Nov.  4, 

1901. 

8993  Ralph  Burton,  bom  in  Auburn,  Me.,  June  3,  1903. 

6663  MARY  YOUNG  (Stephen  J.""",  Betsey"",  Daniel"",  John»", 
Moses'",  Jonathan"',  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward'),  was  born  in 
Bmnswick,  Me.,  Nov.  11,  1870.  She  married  there  Sept.  25,  1894,  Roland 
W.  Mann.     Thcv  reside  in  Millis,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  banker. 


898  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children: 

8994  Stephen  Jewett  Young,  born  Jan.  15,  1896. 

8995  Mary  Caroline,  born  June  23,  1897. 

8996  William  Meigs,  bom  May  30,  1902. 

8997  Kenneth  Dudley,  born  Sept.  8,  1903. 

6674  EDWARD  B.  TURNER  (Isabella  C.""''*,  John''''^  Daniel"", 
John'^°%  Moses"%  Jonathan®^,  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  bom 

in  Pittston,  Me., ,  1856.     He  married  there  March  17,  1885,  Abbie  L. 

Coombs,  who  was  born  in  South  China,  Me.,  March  12,  1861.     He  is  in 
the  Carpet,  Rug  and  Matting  business  in  Boston.    Residence,  Chelsea,  Mass. 

Children: 

8998  Earle  Jewett,  born  in  Randolph,  Me.,  Sept.  9,  1886. 

8999  Bessie  Linscott,  born  in  Randolph,  Me.,  March  7,  1889;  died  Aug. 

19,  1889. 

9000  Jennie  Coombs,  bom  in  Randolph,  Me.,  April  6,  1890. 

9001  Irving  Clifton,  born  in  Chelsea,  Mass.,  Dec.  2,  1897;  died  June  2, 

1898. 

6779  MARY  JEWETT  TRULL  (Nathan  D.*"'",  Amanda""",  Sara- 
uer'«^  Maximilian''*%  William''^  Aquila^S  Joseph",  Maximilian^  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Georgetown,  Texas,  Aug.  7,  1870.  She  married  Jan.  15,  1891, 
Edward  I.  Watson  and  resides  in  Florence,  Texas. 

Children,  born  in  Georgetown,  Texas: 

9002  Edward  I.,  born  Jan. ,  1894. 

9003  Sidney,  bom  June  ,  1896. 

9004  Helen  Olive,  born  Oct.  ,  1898. 

9005  William  Bell,  bom  Dec. ,  1900. 

9006  Annie  Trull,  born  Jan.  — — ,  1904. 

6798  DR.  FRED  BRYCE  JEWETT  (Bryce  A.*"'*,  Bryce'"S 
Joshua'"",  Maximilian"",  William'«^  Aquila^S  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward'), was  bom  in  Winsted,  Conn.,  Oct.  29,  1866.  He  married  in  Taunton, 
Mass.,  Dec.  31,  1891,  Minnie  Wilder  Gould,  daughter  of  Joshua  A.  and 
Eliza  Gould.  She  died  in  Howard,  R.  I.,  Aug.  6,  1899.  Dr.  Jewett  gradu- 
ated from  Harvard  University  Medical  School  in  1891  and  resides  in 
Howard,  R.  I.,  where  he  follows  his  profession.  He  is  a  member  of  the 
Masonic  Order. 

Child: 

9007  Harold  Ernest,  born  in  Dalton,  Mass.,  Nov.  18,  1892. 

6820  JOEL  A.  JEWETT  (George  A.""",  Ahimaz'"%  John'"%  Jo- 
seph"",  Ezra'",   Aquila"*,   Joseph",   Maximilian',    Edward'),   was   bora   in 


Tenth  Generation  899 

Lynn,  Mass.,  Aug.  23,  1852.  He  married  in  Concord,  N.  H.,  Jan.  6,  1875, 
Addie  Belmont  Emerson,  daughter  of  Austin  G.  and  Abby  Ann  (Martin) 
Emerson.  They  reside  in  Manchester,  N.  H.,  where  he  is  a  fancy  dyer  in 
the  Manchester  Mills. 

Children,  bom  in  Concord,  N.  H.: 

9008  Bertha  A.,  bom  Jan.  25,  1876. 

9009  lAIaud  Ruby,  bom  Feb.  13,  1877. 

6894  ABBIE  ANN  SPRAGUE  (Mary  B."",  John  C.-'",  Stephen"", 
Stephen''®'',  Stcphcn^''^  Aquila''\  Joseph",  Maximilian\  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Machiasport,  Me.,  Aug.  14,  1847.  She  married  in  Winterport,  Me., 
June  16,  1863,  Hamson  Chapman.     They  reside  in  East  Dixmont,  Me. 

Children: 

9010  Susie  Ella,  bom  in  Winterport,  Me.,  Aug.  1,  1864;  married  April 

16,  1879,  Mr.  Curtis.     One  child,  Floy  Idoline,  born  in  East  Dix- 
mont, Me.,  Jan.  21,  1883. 

9011  Ezra  Lyndon,  bom  in  East  Dixmont,  Me.,  Nov.  17,  1877;  married 

in  Augusta,  Me.,  April  20,  1901,  Edith  Mae  Hilton. 

6895  JESSE  BILLINGS  (Mary  B."",  John  C.'"*,  Stephen"", 
Stephen"',  Stephen"^  Aquila",  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward^),  was  born 
in  South  Newburgh,  Me.,  Aug.  11,  1850.  He  married  in  Center  Lincoln- 
ville.  Me.,  Oct.  17,  1874,  Sarah  Elizabeth  Kennedy,  who  was  bom  in  Rock- 
land, Me.,  March  31,  1853,  daughter  of  Daniel  and  Abbie  (Bunker)  Ken- 
nedy.    He  is  in  the  restaurant  business  in  Rockland,  where  they  reside. 

Ch  ildren : 

9012  Caro  Addie,  bom  in  Rockland,  Me.,  Dec.  29,  1877;  married  Feb.  1, 

1899,  H.  Nelson  McDougall,  who  was  bom  in  Prince  Edwards 
Island,  Aug.  25,  1875,  son  of  William  J.  and  Sarah  (McDonald) 
McDougall.  They  reside  in  Rockland.  One  child,  Sarah  Eliza- 
beth, born  in  Rockland  Feb.  22,  1901. 

9013  Jesse  P.,  bom  in  Center  Lincolnville,  Me.,  May  14,  1880.     He  re- 

sides in  Rockland,  Me.,  where  he  is  a  letter  carrier. 

9014  Vivian  Bell,  i)orn  in  Center  Lincolnville,  Me.,  March  14,  1882. 

9015  Mary  Grace  Austin,  bom  in  Center  Lincolnville,  Me.,  July  21,  1888; 

died  in  Rockland,  May  16,  1903. 

6809  JOHN  HENRY  ALLAN  (Sarah  E."",  John  C."",  Stephen"", 
Stephen''",  Stephen"%  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Edward^^  ^Jis  born 
in  Machiasport,  Me.,  Aug.  27,  1848.  He  married  in  Brookline,  Mass.,  May 
7,  1874,  Marietta  Willis  Palmer,  who  was  born  in  Brookline  Sept.  14,  1855, 
daughter  of  Charles  Louis  and  Hannah  (French)  Palmer.  Thej'  reside 
in  Brookline,  where  he  is  Assistant  Chief  of  the  Brookline  Fire  Department. 


900  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children,  born  in  Brooklvne,  Mass.: 

9016  Sarah  Ella,  bom  May  12,  1875;  married  Sept.  8,  1897,  Fred  H. 

Mitchell.     One  child,  Olive  May,  born  April  2,  1900. 

9017  Harry  Berton,  bom  Dec.  19,  1879. 

6901  ARIANA  ALMIRA  SMALL  (Olive  B."",  John  C.==«",  Ste- 
phen"", Stephen"%  Stephen^«^  Aquila'S  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward^), 
was  bom  in  Machiasport,  Me.,  May  28,  1849.  She  married  there  Oct.  10, 
1875,  William  Berton  Tobey,  who  was  bom  in  Machiasport  in  1850,  son  of 
Horatio  N.  and  Sarah  E.  (Foster)  Tobey.  She  died  in  North  Berwick,  Me., 
Dec.  24,  1887.  He  is  agent  for  the  Woolen  Mills  of  North  Berwick,  where 
he  resides. 

Children : 

9018  Thad  Berton,  born  in  Machiasport,  Me.,  Oct.  6,  1876.     Resides  in 

Passaic,  N.  J. 

9019  William  Homer,  bom  in  North  Berwick,  Me.,  Jan.  15, 1880.    Resides 

there. 

6902  ADELIA  FRANCES  SMALL  (Olive  B.''"%  John  C."«",  Ste- 
phen"", Stephen'''%  Stephen"^  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Machiasport,  Me.,  Dec.  23,  1851.  She  married  in  Machias,  Me., 
Sept.  25,  1878,  William  Henry  Sanborn,  who  was  born  in  Machiasport, 
June  18,  1842,  son  of  John  Fairbanks  and  Jane  Jameson  (Tobey)  Sanborn. 
They  reside  in  Greenville,  N.  H.,  where  he  is  a  carpenter. 

Children,  born  in  Greenville,  N.  H.: 

9020  Merton,  born  Dec.  3,  1883. 

9021  Gene  Fairbanks,  born  June  4,  1889. 

6923  MARTHA  ANNA  TUTTLE  (Elizabeth"-%  Hannah  B.'«",  Ste- 
phen"", Stephen"%  Stephen"%  Aquila^S  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Manchester,  N.  H.,  Aug.  19,  1854.  She  married  in  Bushnell, 
HI.,  Feb.  21,  1877,  Albert  Ozro  Allen,  who  was  born  in  Grand  Ledge,  Mich., 
Aug.  28,  1851,  son  of  Nathan  and  Elizabeth  (Hollidge)  Allen.  They  reside 
in  Bushnell,  111.     Mr.  Allen  is  a  traveling  salesman. 

Children: 

9022  Freeman  Fred,  bom   in   Elizabcthtown,  Kan.,  Dec.   21,   1877.      He 

resides  in  Milwaukee,  Wis.,  where  he  is  a  salesman. 

9023  Charles  Hollidge,  bom  in  lola,  Kan.,  May  19,  1889. 

9024  Lois  Bronte,  born  in  lola,  Kan.,  Aug.  24,  1892. 


26BT 
J 


6951  MELVIN  BURTON  JEWETT  (Charles  F."*%  Frederick  A. 
Stephen"",    Stephen"^    Stephen'"*,    Aquila*"*,   Joseph",    Maximilian^    Ed- 
ward'), was  born  in  Pine  Grove,  Wis.,  Aug.  3,  1864.     He  married  in  Glade, 


Tenth  Generation  901 

la.,  Nov.   25,   1886,   Lillian    Hildreth,   who   was   bom    in   Osage,   la.,   Feb. 
3,  1867.     They  reside  in  Worth  Co.,  la.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Glade,  la.: 

9025  Ross  Scott,  born  April  7,  1892. 

9026  Gertie  Leola,  born  May  28,  1895. 

9027  Gladys  May,  born  Aug.  5,  1902. 

6952  ELBERT  EUGENE  JEWETT  (Charles  F.*"%  Frederick  A.^"", 
Stephen*'-',  Stephen"%  Stephen'^S  Aquila",  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Ed- 
ward*), was  bom  in  Pine  Grove,  Wis.,  April  1,  1866.  He  married  in  Glade, 
la.,  Nov.  5,  1900,  Mary  Bunce,  who  was  bom  in  Osage,  la.,  March  25,  1868. 
They  reside  in  Worth  Co.,  la.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Glade,  la.: 

9028  Hazel  Mildred,  born  April  18,  1893. 

9029  Claude  Elbert,  bora  July  27,  1896. 

6953  FRANK  WILBUR  JEWETT  (Charles  F.*"',  Frederick  A."", 
Stephen"",  Stephen"%  Stephen"*,  Aquila",  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward*), was  born  in  Randolph,  Wis.,  Feb.  6,  1869.  He  married  in  Glade, 
la.,  Nov.  5,  1890,  Hattie  Miller,  who  was  born  in  Utica,  Wis.,  Dec.  13,  1866. 
They  reside  in  Worth  Co.,  la.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Glade,  la.: 

9030  Eari  Leslie,  born  July  16,  1892. 

9031  Glenn  Avery,  bora  Nov.  30,  1895. 

6972  WALTER  PERRY  CROSS  (Helen  M."",  William  P."", 
Stephen*'",  Stephen"^",  Stephen*'',  Aquila",  Joseph*S  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward*), was  born  in  Herman,  Me.,  Oct.  14,  1865.  He  married  Oct.  4,  1890, 
Sarah  A.  Redfield,  who  was  born  in  Fond  du  Lac,  Wis.,  Nov.  26,  1867, 
daughter  of  Rodney  and  Amelia  M.  (Stowe)  Redfield.  They  reside  in 
Winona,  Minn. 

Children,  bom  in  Winona,  Minn.: 

9032  George  Walter,  born  Aug.  12,  1891. 

9033  Myrtle  Emily,  bora  March  10,  1893. 

9034  Amy  Bernice,  bom  Aug.  17,  1899. 

6973  IVmiTHXA  CROSS  (Helen  M."",  William  P.'"',  Stephen*'", 
Stcphcn**'\  Stephen*''^  Aquila",  Joseph**,  Maximilian',  Edward*),  was  bom 
in  Hemian,  Me.,  Sept.  22,  1867.  She  married  Dec.  25,  1884,  Alfred  Atthow, 
who  was  bom  June  6,  1861,  son  of  Thomas  and  Harriet  (Browne)  Atthow. 
They  settled  in  Winona,  Minn.,  where  she  died. 


902  Jewett  Genealogy 

Children,  horn  in  Winona,  Mirm.,  except  first: 

9035  Addie  L.,  born  in  Racine,  Wis.,  Oct.  2,  1885. 

9036  Deslie  Helen,  born  Feb.  23,  1887. 

9037  Bemice,  born  Aug.  24,  1889. 

9038  Freda  Kathleen,  born  March  17,  1890. 

6974  GRACE  AGNES  CROSS  (Helen  M."",  William  P."", 
Stephen''-%  Stephen''%  Stephen''%  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Ed- 
ward^), was  born  in  Winona,  Minn.,  Aug.  13,  1869.  She  married  Feb.  6, 
1895,  Elmer  Ellsworth  Beard,  who  was  bom  in  Penn,  Mich.',  May  5,  1862, 
son  of  William  and  Mary  C.  (James)  Beard.     They  reside  in  Blaine,  Wash. 

Children: 

9039  Dorothy  Mae,  born  in  Wells,  Minn.,  Nov.  26,  1895. 

9040  Dwight  M.,  born  in  Wells,  Minn.,  Jan.  17,  1897. 

9041  Lucile  Irene,  bom  in  Brainerd,  Minn.,  July  17,  1898. 

9042  Elmer  Jewett,  born  in  Brainerd,  Minn.,  June  8,  1899. 

6976  HATTIE  LOUISE  CROSS  (Helen  M.''^'",  William  P.'"% 
Stephen"",  Stephen'«%  Stephen''*^  Aquila^S  Joseph",  Maximilian%  Ed- 
ward^), was  bom  in  Winona,  Minn.,  June  6,  1873.  She  married  May  26, 
1898,  Frank  W.  Ramer,  who  was  bom  Jan.  12,  1870,  son  of  James  T.  and 
Jennie  (HefFernon)  Ramer.     They  reside  in  Jamestown,  N.  D. 

Children,  horn  in  Winona,  Minn.: 

9043  Stanley  Jewett,  born  Dec.  21,  1899. 

9044  Helen  Jeanette,  bom  Feb.  4,  1902. 


2658 


6977  EUNICE  AUGUSTA  RICKER  (Angeline  M."'%  William  P. 
Stephen"",  Stephen''%  Stephen"%  Aquila^S  Joseph",  MaximiUan',  Ed- 
ward'), was  born  in  Newburyport,  Mass.,  Sept.  2,  1854.  She  married 
there.  May ,  1873,  Edward  Foster  Manning,  who  was  born  in  Newbury- 
port Jan.  10,  1850,  son  of  George  W.  and  Elizabeth  (Brookings)  Manning. 
They  reside  in  Maiden,  Mass.,  where  he  is  a  Veterinary  Surgeon. 

Children,  born  in  Newhuryport,  Mass.: 

9045  Gertmde  Moore,  bom  Oct.  10,  1874. 

9046  Warren  Eugene,  born  Jan.  17,  1877. 

9047  Elizabeth  Augusta,  born  Feb.  27,  1879. 

9048  Mary  Abbie,  born  June  19,  1880. 

9049  Arthur  Edward,  bom  Aug.  30,  1882. 

9050  Edith  Foster,  born  Dec.  1,  1885;  died  July  30,  1886. 

9051  Ruth  Jewett,  bom  May  26,  1889. 

9052  Ellen  Mills,  bom  April  3,  1891 ;  died  Aug.  8,  1894. 


Helen  Jeffehv  .Ioi.liitk  and  M  \h(,  ahki-  Jkwkpt  .Ioi.i.iikk 


Tenth  Generation  903 

6981  LAURA  FRANCES  RICHER  (Angeline  M.*"%  William  P.'"", 
Stephen''-%  Stephen'",  Stephen^''%  Aquila",  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward^), was  born  in  Newburyport,  Mass.,  Feb.  18,  1867.  She  married  there 
May  18,  1893,  James  Albert  Kniglit,  who  was  bom  in  Newburyport  Dec.  4, 
1868,  son  of  Hurry  and  Julia  (Adams)  Knight. 

Children,  born  in  Newburyport,  Mass.: 

9053  Albert  Francis,  bom  April  18,  1894. 

9054  Harold,  born  March  15,  1896. 

9055  Ralph  Edgar,  born  Sept.  24,  1897 ;  died  Dec.  1,  1902. 

6983  FRANK  LEVI  RICKER  (Angeline  M."",  WiUiam  P."", 
Stephen''=\  Stephen"*",  Stephen'''%  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian',  Ed- 
ward^), was  born  in  Newburyport,  Mass.,  July  8,  1870.  He  married  there 
May  24,  1891,  Susie  Emery  Todd,  who  was  bom  in  Camden,  Me.,  March 
30,  1873,  adopted  daughter  of  Charles  Randolph  and  Susan  (Emery)  Todd. 
They  reside  in  Portland,  j\Ie. 

Children,  bom  in  Newburyport,  Me.: 

9056  George  Worcester,  born  Nov.  6,  1892. 

9057  Randolph  Jewett,  bora  June  10,  1895. 

6994  EDNA  MAY  PARKS  (Eva  A.'"\  Ebenezer  B.'""',  Stephen'"", 
Stephen'^",  Stephcn^^®,  Aquila"*,  Joseph",  Maximilian\  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Bovina,  Wis.,  Nov.  27,  1878.  She  married  in  Crystal  Falls,  Mich.,  Aug. 
14,  1900,  William  M.  Jolliffe,  who  was  bom  in  Cleveland,  Ohio,  April  19, 
1876,  son  of  Rev.  Samuel  and  Jane  Mary  (JefFery)  JolifFe.  They  reside 
in  Crystal  Falls,  where  Mr.  Jolliffe  is  a  teacher. 

Children: 

9058  Helen  JefFery  (twin),  bom  Aug.  30,  1901. 

9059  Margaret  Jewett  (twin),  bom  Aug.  30,  1901. 

9060  John  Parks,  born  Jan.  8,  1904. 

7036  NATT  STICKNEY  (Abigail"^',  Edward"",  Aaron"", 
Moses®*®,  Aaron"",  Jeremiah*"®,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Dracut,  Mass.,  Dec.  4,  1822.  He  married  in  Nashua,  N.  H.,  Dec.  25, 
1847,  Jane  A.  Nutting,  who  was  born  in  Patton,  Province  of  Quebec,  Can., 
Aug.  19,  1822,  daughter  of  George  V.  and  Elizabeth  (Blancliard)  Nutting. 
Mr.  Stickney  was  a  Dredging  Contractor  and  settled  in  Dracut,  Mass. 
They  removed  to  Bradford,  Mass.,  where  he  died  Nov.  11,  1901.  His  widow 
was  living  in  Bradford  in  1904. 

Children,  born  in  Dracut,  Mass.: 

9061  Jennie,  bom  April  16,  1850;  married  Feb.  26,  1874,  James  K.  Hall. 


904«  Jewett  Genealogy 

They    reside   in    Bradford,   Mass.      Two    children,   Russell,   born 
Dec.  9,  1874,  and  Lawrence,  bom  Dec.  29,  1876. 

9062  Hattie,  born  Feb.  5,  1852.     Resides  in  Bradford,  Mass. 

7037  ABIGAIL  JEWETT  STICKNEY  (Abigail*"',  Edward"", 
Aaron"''%  Moses"'%  Aaron''\  Jeremiah*'%  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Dracut,  Mass.,  May  9,  1831.  She  married  there,  March  19, 
1857,  Calvin  Gardner,  who  was  bom  in  Patton,  Quebec,  July  24,  1832,  son 
of  Charles  Gardner.  Mr.  Gardner  was  a  merchant  and  settled  in  Dracut, 
removed  to  Lowell,  Mass.,  where  Mrs.  Gardner  died  May  20,  1895.  He  and 
his  daughter  reside  in  Lowell. 

Children,   born  in  Dracut,  Mass: 

9063  Bertha,  bom  May  14,  1860. 

9064  Charles  Stickney,  bom  Oct.  14,  1863;  died  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  June  2, 

1888. 

9065  Alice  Josephine,  born  Dec.  14,  1871 ;  died  in  Lowell,  Mass.,  March 

15,  1887. 

7039  PHINEAS  NELSON  JEWETT  (Samuel  P.*"«,  Edward"", 
Aaron""',  Moses"''%  Aaron^'S  Jeremiah'%  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Aug.  22,  1828.  He  married  in  Hampton  Falls, 
N.  H.,  Thanksgiving  Day,  1849,  Harriet  Esther  Perkins,  who  was  bom  in 
Hampton  Falls  Nov.  29,  1830,  daughter  of  Nathaniel  and  Elizabeth  Perkins. 

She  died ,  and  he  married  second,  Sept.  14,  1869,  Sarah  Yates  of  Toms 

River,  N.  J.  Mr.  Jewett  was  a  manufacturer  for  a  number  of  years,  after 
which  he  became  a  builder.  He  settled  in  Rowley  and  removed  to  Virginia. 
He  later  resided  in  North  Carolina  and  now  resides  in  Passaic,  N.  J. 

Children  by  f,rst   wife: 

9066  Edith  M.,  bom  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  July  31,  1851 ;  married  in  Weldon, 

N.  C,  Alfred  P.  Conant.  She  died  in  Passaic,  N.  J.  Seven 
children,  George  Parker,  Warren  Nelson,  Hattie,  Percy,  Florence, 
Fred,  and  Howard. 

9067  Frederick  Harold,  bom  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  April  25,  1854.     Resides 

in  Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y. 

9068  Edward  Wyman,  born  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  July  20,  1856.    He  married 

and  resides  in  Passaic,  N.  J.  Four  children,  Sadie,  Edith,  Ed- 
ward, and  William. 

9069  Florence  Perkins,  born  in  Ashland,  Va.,  Oct.  28,  1858;  married  Mr. 

Newkirk.     He  died  s.  p.     She  resides  in  Passaic. 

9070  Mary  Evelyn,  born  in  Yanceyville,  N.  C,  Feb.  23,  1861 ;  married  Mr. 

Conkling.     They  reside  in  Passaic,  N.  J.     Have  several  children. 

9071  William   Hellings,  born   in   Richmond,  Va.,   June   3,   1863;  died   in 

infancy. 


Tenth  Generation  905 

9072  Helen  Elizabeth,  born  in  Nansemond  Co.,  Va.,  Nov.  6,  1864';  married 

Alfred  P.  Conant,  whose  first  wife  was  her  sister,  Edith  IM.  They 
reside  in  Passaic,  N.  J.  Three  children,  Everett,  Alfred,  and  Ray- 
mond, who  died  young. 

9073  Lucy  Emma,  born  in  Manchester,  N.  J.,  Aug.  12,  1868. 

Children  by  second  wife: 
907-i     Minnie  Ward,  born   in   Manchester,   N.   J.,  July  7,   1870;   married 
Ernest  E.  Twist.     They  reside  in  Passaic,  N.  J.     Three  children, 
Ruth,  Spencer,  and  Arthur. 

9075  Olive  Dodge,  born  in  Manchester,  N.  J.,  March  7,  1872. 

9076  Birdie  May,  born  in  Passaic,  N.  J.,  May  24,  1874. 

9077  Ida  Belle,  bom  in  Passaic,  N.  J.,  Sept.  15,  1875;  married  Spencer 

Baldwin.  They  reside  in  Hackensack,  N.  J.  One  child,  a  daugh- 
ter, bom  Feb.  19,  1903. 

9078  Edith  Nelson,  born  in  Passaic,  N.  J.,  Sept.  25,  1882 ;  married  Walter 

Skidmore  and  resides  in  New  York  City. 

7040  HON.  SAMUEL  LEONARD  JEWETT  (Samuel  P.'"",  Ed- 
ward"", Aaron''''%  Moses"",  Aaron^S  Jeremiah«%  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Ed- 
ward^), was  bom  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  June  3,  1831.  He  married  in  Ipswich, 
Mass.,  Dec.  26,  1853,  Harriet  Ann  Rogers,  who  was  bom  in  Ipswich  Dec. 
24,  1831,  daughter  of  Isaiah  and  Elizabeth  P.  (Williams)  Rogers  of  Ips- 
wich. They  settled  in  Rowley,  removed  to  Kennebunkport,  ]\Ie.,  and  soon  to 
Haverhill,  Mass.,  where  he  engaged  in  the  leather  business.  He  is  a  Pro- 
hibitionist in  politics.  Was  elected  City  Councilman  and  later  Alderman. 
In  1895  became  Mayor  of  Haverhill.  Has  always  taken  an  active  interest 
in  Church  work  and  has  been  Deacon  of  the  First  Baptist  Church  of  Haver- 
hill over  thirty  years. 

Children : 

9079  Frank    Kendall,   born    in    Rowley,   Mass.,    Dec.    17,    1854 ;    married 

Cordelia  Wakefield.* 

9080  Howard  Clifton,  born  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Oct.  11,  1858.     He  received 

the  degrees  of  A.  B.  and  A.  M.  from  Brown  University  and  M.  D. 
in  1888  from  the  New  York  Homeopathic  College  and  Hospital. 
He  resides  in  Haverhill,  where  he  is  engaged  in  the  practice  of  his 
profession. 

9081  Allan  Manter,  bom  in  Haverhill,  Mass.,  July  24,  1867;  married  in 

Groveland,  Mass.,  Oct.  23,  1889,  Annabelle  Bacheldcr,  who  was 
bom  in  Deerfield,  N.  H.,  Dec.  28,  1867,  daughter  of  Jasper  D. 
and  Georgiana  Adalaide  (Moulton)  Bachelder.  He  is  a  Railway 
Postal  Clerk.     Residence,  Bradford,  Mass. 

9082  Harriet  Leonard,  bom  in  Haverhill,  ISIass.,  June  18,  1873.     She  is  a 

stenographer  and  Special  Commissioner  appointed  by  the  Gov- 
ernor of  Massachusetts, 


906  Jewett  Genealogy 

7041  HERBERT  JEWETT  (Samuel  P/'*%  Edward"'%  Aaron"'% 
Moses"%  Aaron"',  Jeremiah"%  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  Rowley,  Mass.,  Dec.  13,  1833.  He  married  in  Georgetown,  Mass.,  Feb. 
17,  1855,  Margaret  E.  Larkin  of  Georgetown,  who  was  born  in  Newbury, 
Mass.,  April  7,  1832,  daughter  of  Samuel  and  Larine  (Rogers)  Larkin.  He 
is  a  leather  cutter.    Residence,  Rowley. 

Children,  born  m  Rowley,  Mass.: 

9083  Lora  Mabel,  born  Nov.  29,  1855 ;  married  in  Rowley  April  28,  1884, 

Samuel  Caneday  Barnes  of  Salisbury,  Mass.,  who  was  bom  in 
Newbury,  Mass.,  Feb.  25,  1853,  son  of  John  G.  and  EHza  A. 
(Larkin)  Barnes.  He  is  a  Railway  Postal  Clerk.  Residence, 
Amesbury,  Mass. 

9084  Herbert   Lawrence,   born    Nov.    22,    1859;   married    (1st)    Hannah 

Cheever  Lord;  (2d)  Ella  Florence  Norton.* 

7042  SUSAN  MILLINA  CRESSEY  (Susannah*«*%  Edward"", 
Aaron'''%  Moses'''%  Aaron"',  Jeremiah«%  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Rowley,  Mass.,  July  2,  1826.  She  married  there  June  27,  1851, 
Rev.  Hiram  Clark  Daniels,  who  was  bom  in  East  Medway,  Mass.,  Aug.  10, 
1815.  Mr.  Daniels  was  graduated  from  Dartmouth  College  in  the  class  of 
1844  and  from  the  Bangor  Theological  Seminary  in  1847.  He  entered  the 
ministry,  which  he  followed  a  few  years  and  then  became  a  farmer.  Mrs. 
Daniels  died  Dec.  8,  1899. 

Children,  horn  in  East  Medway,  Mass.: 

9085  Mary  Ella,  bora  Jan.  8,  1857 ;  died  May  28,  1868. 

9086  Abbie  Frances,  bom  Feb.   21,   1859.     Resides  in  Holliston,  Mass., 

unmarried. 

9087  Leonard  Cressey,  born  Sept.  29,  1863:  married  in  West  Hartford, 

Conn.,  Oct.  4,  1893,  Grace  Amold,  daughter  of  Edwin  Hopkins 
and  Harriet  (Wadsworth)  Amold.  He  graduated  from  the 
Bryant  and  Stratton  Commercial  School  of  Boston  in  1880  and 
settled  in  Hartford,  Conn.,  where  he  is  in  the  flour  and  grain 
business.  Two  children,  bom  in  Hartford,  viz.,  Ruth,  bom  Oct. 
30,  1895,  and  Mildred,  bom  Nov.  28,  1897. 

7043  ABIGAIL  CRESSEY  (Susannah**^*%  Edward"",  Aaron"«% 
Moses"*',  Aaron"',  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Rowley,  Mass.  She  married  there  Dec.  15,  1842,  David  Eri  Perley,  who 
was  born  in  Rowley  Dec.  29,  1816,  son  of  David  and  Dolly  (Scott)  Perley. 
He  was  a  farmer  in  Rowley  and  removed  to  Ipswich,. Mass.,  where  he  was 
living  in  1903. 

Children,  horn  in  Rowley,  Mass.: 

9088  John  Monroe,  born  Jan.  12,  1844;  married  April  ,  1876,  Mar- 


Tenth  Generation  907 

garct  Howe.     They  reside  in  Wakefield,  Mass.     One  child,  Ethel, 
bom  in  Boxford,  Mass.,  Feb.  4,  1S77;  married  Selden  Tyler. 

9089  Leverett  Wyman,  born  Oct.   24,   1845;  married  Nov.  ,   1873, 

Emma  Grcives.     Resides   in   Ilaveriiill,  Mass. 

9090  Martha,  born  Feb.  5,  1848;  married  April  25,  1867,  George  Scott. 

They  reside  in  Beverly,  Mass.     Three  children,  Ellen,  born  March 
,  1868 ;  Fred  P.,  born ,  1869 ;  and  Eva,  bom ,  1887. 

9091  Eva  Augusta,  born  Oct.  13,  1852. 

9092  David  Ernest,  born  April  28,  1864;  married  April  7,  1885,  Fannie 

N.   Boosman.     Tliey   reside  in  Arlington  Heights,  ]\Iass.      Three 
children,  Ernest  Winfield,  Harold  Malcolm,  and  John  Marton. 

7050  AMOS  GENVILLE  JEWETT  (Amos^"^",  Edward"=^%  Aaron""', 
Moses"",  Aaron--\  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah^^  Joseph^  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Ipswich,  Mass.,  Sept.  21,  1837.  He  married  there  Jan.  6,  1859,  Mary 
Eveline  Rust,  daughter  of  William  Wallis  and  Mary  Jane  (Pettingill)  Rust. 
She  was  born  in  Ipswich  April  11,  1837,  and  died  there  June  29,  1902.  Mr. 
Jewett  resided  in  Ipswich,  where  he  was  a  Shoe  Heel  Manufacturer  and 
where  he  died  from  heart  disease  July  22,  1869. 

Children,  bom  in  Ipsrcich,  Mass.: 

9093  Amos  Everett,  born  June  16,  1862;  married  Ada  Louisa  Forbes.* 

9094  Alfred  Richardson,  bom  Aug.   18,   1866;  married  May   14,   1895, 

Helen  Willcom  and  resides  in  Abington,  Mass.,  s.  p. 

7054  ALONZO  W.  JEWETT  (Alpha  C.""",  Aaron"**,  Aaron""", 
Moses"",  Aaron"%  Jeremiah"®,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Wentworth,  N.  H.,  Sept.  27,  1839.  He  married  April  23,  1861,  Annette 
Locke,  daughter  of  Levi  Locke.  She  was  bom  June  27,  1842,  and  died  in 
Lowell,  Mass.,  April  29,  1878.  He  married  second,  Aug.  5,  1879,  Mrs. 
Celestia  Davis  Angell  of  Lowell.  Mr.  Jewett  settled  in  Bristol,  N.  H., 
about  1859,  and  removed  to  Lowell,  Mass.,  where  he  was  engaged  in  the 
manufacture  of  carriages.  He  later  returned  to  Bristol  and  about  1882 
removed  to  Laconia,  N.  H.,  where  he  is  in  the  Ice  and  Milk  business.  He  is  a 
Republican  in  politics,  a  member  of  the  Methodist  Church  and  of  the  Ma- 
sonic Order. 

Children,  all  hy  first  wife: 

9095  Katie  Blanche,  born  In  Bristol,  N.  H.,  June  5,  1866;  died  in  Laconia, 

N.  H.,  Nov.  11,  1890. 

9096  Henry  Charies,  bom  in  Bristol,  N.  H.,  May  24,  1874;  died  in  Lowell, 

Mass.,  June  22,  1875. 

9097  Arthur  Alonzo  W.,  bom  April  18,  1875. 

7077  JAMES  PARTELOW  WESTON  (Elizabeth"",  Sarah"", 
Moses'"'"",   Moses"*",    Aaron'-',    Jeremiah"",   Jeremiah",   Joseph*,   Edward'), 


908  Jewett  Genealogy 

was  bom  in  Bremen,  Me.,  July  14,  1815.  He  married  June  9,  1841,  Eliza 
E.  Woodman.  He  was  graduated  from  Bowdoin  College  in  1840  and  set- 
tled in  Gardiner,  Me.,  later  removed  to  Deering,  Me.,  where  he  died  Dec.  31, 
1888. 

Children,  born  in  Gardiner,  Me.: 

9098  Caroline  Eliza,  born  Aug.  20,  1844 ;  died  young. 

9099  Mary  Emeline,  born  Jan.  25,  1849.     She  graduated  from  the  Lom- 

bard University  of  Galesburg,  111.,  and  married  Dr.  Walter  Wood- 
man of  Cambridge,  Mass.,  a  graduate  of  Harvard  College.  She 
died   in   Portland,   Me.,   Dec.   27,   1888.      Four   children,  bom   in 

Portland,   viz.,   Cyrus,  bom    ,   1883;   Elizabeth  Longfellow, 

Mary  Weston,  and  Anna  Cutter. 

7081  SARAH  WESTON  (Elizabeth'"%  Sarah"'*,  Moses"«%  Moses«''% 
Aaron-",  Jeremiah®®,  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Bremen, 
Me.,  July  20,  1823.  She  married  Nov.  26,  1849,  Frederick  Kent  and  re- 
sided in  Bremen. 

Children : 

9100  George  Sampson,  bom  in  Waldoboro,  Me.,  Sept.  18,  1850;  died  in 

Boston,  Mass.,  March  30,  1853. 

9101  G.  L.  Weston,  born  in  Boston,  Mass.,  May  1,  1854. 

9102  Frederic  Otis,  born  in  Bremen,  Me.,  June  17,  1859;  married  Dec.  1, 

1887,  Abbie  Otis  Keene.     They  reside  in  Bremen.     Two  children, 
Abbie  Otis  Keene,  and  Edward  Weston,  born  Oct.  8,  1888. 

7084  JEFFERSON  BURNS  WESTON  (Elizabeth*"%  Sarah"", 
Moses'''%  Moses"",  Aaron'",  Jeremiah'^  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
bom  in  Bremen,  Me.,  March  23,  1831.  He  married  April  30,  1860,  Helen 
Towle.  Mr.  Weston  was  graduated  from  Union  College  of  Schenectady, 
N.  Y.,  in  the  class  of  1856,  and  settled,  in  Beatrice,  Neb.,  where  they  now 

reside. 

Children: 

9103  Ralph  Albert,  bom  Aug.   18,   1861.      He  graduated  from  the  Ne- 

braska State  University  and  married  Melvina  Waldo.     Residence, 
Beatrice. 

9104  Elizabeth  Longfellow,  born  July  29,  1866. 

9105  Katherine  W.,  born  Oct.  26,  1871 ;  graduated  from  the  Nebraska 

State    University    and    married   June    4,    1902,    Thomas    Elwood 
Wing.     She  died  in  Scarsdale,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  4,  1903. 

9106  Herbert   Towle,   bom    April   15,    1876;    graduated   from   Yale   and 

married  Jan.  28,   1903,  Margaret  Medora  Collins  of  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y. 

7086  SYLVIA      CHURCH      WESTON      (Elizabeth"",      Sarah"", 
Moses"«%  Moses"%  Aaron'",   Jeremiah«%   Jeremiah",   Joseph*,  Edward'), 


Tenth  Generation  909 

was  born  in  Bremen,  Me.,  March  8,  1889.     She  married  Nov.  J27,  1862,  Dr. 
Hiram  Pierce  Bartlett,  a  dentist.     They  reside  in  North  Brookfield,  Mass. 

Children,  born  in  North  Brookfield,  Mass.: 

9107  Elizabctli  Weston,  born  Au<r.  fJO,  1863;  died  May  4,  1877. 

9108  Ralph  W.,  born  Jan.  13,  1865.      lie  p^raduatcd  from  Amherst  Col- 

lege and  the  Boston  Law  School.  Married  Feb.  14,  1894,  Anna 
Belle  Carry  and  resides  in  Boston,  Mass.  Three  children,  Eliz- 
abeth Weston,  Carry  McLoud,  and  Ualj)h  Wilbur. 

9109  Warren  Tyler,  bom  June  24,  1870.     He  is  a  graduate  of  Amherst 

College  and  the  Boston  Law  School. 

9110  Lucy  Pierce,  born  Jan.  19,  1873.     She  is  a  graduate  of  Smith  Col- 

lege of  Northampton,  Mass. 

7098  GEORGE  JACOB  LONGFELLOW  (Nathan*''«%  Sarah^"*, 
Moses"*'«,  Moses"«,  Aaron"S  Jeremiah«%  Jeremiah",  JosephS  Edward^), 
was  bom  in  Wellesley,  Mass.,  Aug.  19,  1849.  He  married  in  Buxton,  N.  D., 
April  9,  1881,  Annie  Barbara  Rein,  who  was  born  in  Kenosha,  Wis.,  Feb. 
29,  1864,  daughter  of  Hubert  and  Mary  (Sauber)  Rein.  They  reside  in 
Buxton,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

9111  Wilbur  Leroy,  bom  in  Buxton,  N.  D.,  June  12,  1882. 

9112  Grace  Pearl,  bom  in  Racine,  Wis.,  Dec.  17,  1883. 

9113  Edith  Violet,  born  in  Buxton,  N.  D.,  April  12,  1885. 

7101  PETER  LABEREE  (Nancy*««\  Moses="%  Moses"''^,  Moses"% 
Aaron"\  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  White- 
field,  Me.,  March  9,  1826.  He  married  in  Necedah,  Wis.,  Sept.  26,  1864, 
Sarah  Higbie,  who  was  bora  in  New  York  May  14,  1845,  daughter  of 
Benjamin  and  Sophia  (Taylor)  Higbie.  Hhey  resided  in  Necedah,  where 
he  was  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Necedah,    Wis.: 

9114  Benjamin  Seth,  bom  Aug.  3,  1865;  married  Dec.  25,  1890,  Martha 

Worden.  He  is  a  famier  in  Necedah.  Three  children,  Carrie 
Dell,  born  Nov.  1,  1891  ;  Cora  Viola,  born  June  8,  1900,  and 
Hallie  Worden,  bom  Jan.  18,  1902. 

9115  Nettie  Sophia,  born  Oct.  17,  1867. 

9116  George  Peter,  bom  March  13,  1871  ;  married  Dec.  23,  1889,  Flor- 

ence Brown  and  resides  in  Necedah. 

9117  Myron  Jewett,  bom  May  7,  1873. 

9118  Mead  Wendell,  bom  April  6,  1875. 

9119  Myles  Byron,  bom  April  1,  1880. 

9120  Ada  Loraine,  bom  Sept.  12,  1884;  married  Dec.  27,  1903,  William 

H.  Ganther  and  resides  in  Necedah. 


910  Jewett  Genealogy 

7102  MOSES  LABEREE  (Nancy"'*,  Moses"",  Moses^^'^%  Moses"% 
Aaron^",  Jeremiah^^,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  White- 
field,  Me.,  July  14,  1827.  He  married  in  Baraboo,  Wis.,  July  2,  1854, 
Emeline  Carlton  Turner,  who  was  bom  in  Alna,  Me.,  Oct.  25,  1830,  daugh- 
ter of  Daniel  and  Hannah  (Pottle)  Turner.  They  settled  in  Baraboo,  where 
he  was  engaged  in  Lumbering.  In  1856  they  removed  to  Winona,  Minn., 
where  he  was  with  a  stage  line  until  a  railroad  was  built,  when  he  became 
employed  by  the  Railroad  Co.,  and  remained  with  the  company  until  1895, 
when  he  retired  from  active  business.  He  died  in  Winona  Feb.  4,  1900. 
His  wife  died  there  Oct.  5,  1893. 

Children,  horn  in  Winona,   Wis.,  except  first: 

9121  Edwin,  born  in  Baraboo,  Wis.,  March  15,  1856;  married  Ida  Hand.* 

9122  Ruth  Ella,  bom  March  19,  1858;  married  Wallace  Galbreath.* 

9123  Willet,  bom  March  17,  1860 ;  married  Amelia  Boeker.* 

9124  Harriet,  bom  Feb.  3,  1868 ;  married  Ransom  J.  Mann.* 

7107  GEORGE  LABEREE  (Nancy*"'*,  Moses"",  Moses"«%  Moses''*% 
Aaron^^^,  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born  in  Whitefield, 
Me.,  Dec.  19,  1836-  He  married  in  1868  Maria  Garrett,  who  was  bom  in 
Illinois  Aug.  1,  1849.  They  settled  on  a  farm  in  Iowa  and  in  1901  removed 
to  Nashua,  la.,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children: 

9125  Minnie,  born  Nov.  7,  1869 ;  married  in  1890  Charles  Billings.     Three 

children,  George,  bom  Oct.  2,  1893 ;  Emest,  bom  July  22,  1897, 
and  Floyd,  bom  Nov.  7,  1900. 

9126  Laura,  born  April  14,  1879;  married  Nov.  7,  1900,  Clarence  Hastins. 

Two  children.  Earl,  born  July  28,  1901,  and  Howard,  born  July 
11,  1902. 

7109  HARRIET  PAULINE  LABEREE  (Nancy*"'*,  Moses""", 
Moses""%  Moses"*",  Aaron''\  Jeremiah"^  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  March  24,  1844.  She  married  in  New  Castle, 
Me.,  Sept.  21,  1876,  Edwin  Flye  2d,  son  of  Amos  and  Sarah  (Wilson) 
Flye.  He  was  bom  in  New  Castle  April  7,  1838.  They  reside  in  New  Castle, 
where  he  is  a  farmer  and  carpenter. 

Children,  born  in  New  Castle,  Me.: 

9127  William   Laberee,   bom    Sept.    22,   1877.      He   was    graduated   from 

Bowdoin  College  in  1902,  and  is  now  with  the  Engineering  De- 
partment of  the  New  York  Telephone  Co. 

9128  Sarah  Louise,  born  Dec.  21,  1878.     She  graduated  from  the  City 

Normal  Training  School  of  Springfield,  Mass.,  and  is  a  teacher 
in  Springfield. 


I 


Tenth  Generation  911 

9129  Laura  Amanda,  bom  April  20,  1881 ;  died  April  6,  1882. 

7110  HARTLEY  AVERILL  HILTON  (Lydia*''*%  Moses"", 
Moses"''%  Moses"",  Aaron''',  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah'%  JosephS  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Alna,  Me.,  June  11,  1836.  He  married  May  3,  1863,  Frances 
M.  Jones,  who  was  born  in  Alna  May  15,  1842,  daughter  of  Rodney  Carter 
and  Emma  Gushing  (Burr)  Jones.     He  is  a  farmer  in  Alna. 

Children,  horn  in  Alna,  Me.: 

9130  Cora  Linn,  bom  May  ,  1865;  married  Andrew  Tarbox  and  re- 

sides in  Alna. 

9131  Scott  Rodney,  bora   May   28,   1870;   married   Blanch   Webber   and 

resided  in  Wcstport,  Me.,  where  he  died  April ,  1903. 

7116  LAURA  EMMA  HILTON  (Lydia"««,  Moses"",  Moses'"% 
Moses"",  Aaron"',  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born  in 

Alna,  Me.,  Jan.  23,  1847.     She  married  June  ,  1868,  Elbridge  Mc- 

Kindsley  and  settled  in  Whiteficld,  Me.      She  died  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  Jan. 

,  1901. 

Children,  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.: 

9132  Alden  Hilton,  bom  Nov.  ,  1871. 

9133  Mary  Francena,  born  Aug.  16,  1873. 

9134  Alton  Oliver,  born  Nov. ,  1878. 

9135  Ada,  bom  Nov. ,  1881. 

7121  MARY  ELLEN  ERSKINE  (Mary"",  Moses"",  Moses'"", 
Moses"*",  Aaron"",  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah'",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Alna,  Me.,  Oct.  21,  1838.  She  married  Dec.  16,  1863,  A.  K.  Curtis,  and 
died  in  Damariscotta,  Me.,  Dec.  7,  1878. 

Children,  born  in  Damariscotta,  Me.: 

9136  John  Erskine,  born  Dec.  23,  1864;  married  Aug.  1,  1895,  Catherine 

Forbes  Bishop.  He  is  a  sea-captain.  Residence,  Plainfield,  N. 
J.  One  child,  Thclma  M.,  born  in  Jersey  City,  N.  J.,  April  15, 
1896. 

9137  Belle  Mary,  born   April   25,   1868;   married   Sept.    16,   1896,   Fred 

Picknick.  They  reside  in  Providence,  R.  I.  Three  children,  bom 
there,  viz.,  Harold  Curtis,  born  July  25,  1897 ;  Fred,  bom  April 
30,  1899,  and  Erskine  Richards,  bom  Nov.  8,  1900. 

9138  Alton  Kclloch,  born  Nov.  7,  1878. 

7122  ALBERT  BLAISDELL  ERSKINE  (Mary*"",  Moses"", 
Moses'"",  Moses"*",  Aaron"',  Jeremiah"",  Jcrcmiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Alna,  Me.,  Dec.  7,  1841.     He  married  Nov.  28,  1865,  Mary  At- 


912  Jewett  Genealogy 

wood  Erskine,  who  was  bom  in  New  Castle,  Me.,  Dec.  1,  1845.    They  reside 
in  Alna. 

Children,  born  in  Alna,  Me.: 

9139  Flora  May,  bom  April  2,  1869;  married  Aug.   21,  1889,  Wilbur 

Artell  Erskine,  who  was  bom  in  Alna  June  11,  1862.     They  reside 
in  Pittsfield,  Me. 

9140  John  Albert,  bom  July   20,   1875 ;  married  May  2,  1903,   Carrie 

Bartlett  Albee,  who  was  born  in  Alna,  Me.,  March  24,  1881.    They 
reside  in  Alna. 

7123  SARAH  ELIZABETH  JEWETT  (John"«%  Moses"^%  Moses"«% 
Moses"*®,  Aaron*"^,  Jeremiah^®,  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Nov.  26,  1841.  She  married  in  Nevinville,  la.,  June  16, 
1864,  Sherman  Horace  Bugbee,  who  was  bom  in  Chelsea,  Vt.,  Aug.  1,  1834, 
son  of  Isaac  and  Sarah  (Jackman)  Bugbee.  He  died  in  Omaha,  Neb., 
July  11,  1869.  They  had  one  son,  who  died  in  infancy.  She  married  second, 
in  Nevinville,  Feb.  10,  1875,  Frederick  N.  Ball,  who  was  born  in  Ledyard, 
Conn.  He  served  in  the  Civil  War  in  the  12th  Conn.  Regt.,  and  was  wounded 
in  the  battle  of  Cedar  Creek.  He  died  Oct.  13,  1892.  Mrs.  Ball  resides  in 
Nevinville, 

Children  by  second  husband,  born  in  Nevinville,  la.: 

9141  John  Frederick,  born  Jan.  5,  1876. 

9142  Wilton,  bom  March  19,  1878. 

9143  Mary   Elisabeth,   bom    July    29,    1879;    married   March    14,    1900, 

Charles  M.  Hoskins.     They  reside  in  Orient,  la.     One  child,  Helen 
Melissa,  born  in  Richland,  la.,  June  1,  1901. 

9144  Sherman  Horace,  born  July  22,  1882;  married  in  Moulton,  la.,  Feb. 

21,  1906,  Ora  Nichswonger  of  Moulton. 

7124  ADELIA  BROWN  JEWETT  (John*''%  Moses""%  Moses^'% 
Moses"",  Aaron"%  Jeremiah"%  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Whitefield,  Me.,  July  1,  1843.  She  married  in  Nevinville,  la.,  April  24, 
1875,  Horace  H.  Whipple,  who  was  born  in  Ledyard,  Conn.,  son  of  Henry 
and  Desire  (Watrous)  Whipple.  They  settled  in  Nevinville  and  removed 
to  a  ranch  in  Hotchkiss,  Col.,  where  she  died  Feb.  6,  1902.  The  family 
resides  there. 

Children,  born  vn  Nevinville,  la.,  except  last: 

9145  Herbert  Lake,  bom  Feb.  2,  1876. 

9146  Elmer  Jewett,  born  Jan.  10,  1878. 

9147  Fred  A.,  born  May  30,  1880. 

9148  Ada  Nancy,  born  in  Hotchkiss,  Col.,  July  10,  1884. 

7126  OLIVER  P.  JEWETT  (John*««^  Moses"",  Moses"«», 
Moses'*",  Aaron^",  Jeremiah"®,  Jeremiah^'',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Jan.  3,  1853.     He  married  March  22,  1877,  Bessie  Skel- 


Tenth  Generation  913 

ton,  who  was  bom  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  daughter  of  WiUiam  and  Ann  (Horton) 
Skelton.  They  settled  in  Nevinvillc,  la.,  where  she  died  Aug.  -t,  1885.  He 
married  second,  March  16,  1886,  Enuna  V.  Wheeler  of  Cromwell,  la.,  and 
in  a  few  years  removed  to  Dighton,  la.,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children,  bom  in  NevinviUe,  la.     By  first  wife: 

9149  Quimby  H.,  born  March  12,  1878 ;  married  in  Boyd,  Okla.,  Dec. . 

1902,  Marie  Palmer.     They  reside  in  Boyd. 

9150  William  A.,  born  Feb.  , 'l883. 

By  second  wife: 

9151  Oliver  W.,  bom  May  ,  1887. 

9152  John,  bom  Sept. ,  1888. 

9153  Henry  Archer,  bom  June ,  1890. 

7127  CLARA  AUGUSTA  JEWETT  (John"«^  Moses"",  Moses""*, 
Moses®**,  Aaron^^S  Jeremiah*®,  Jeremiah^'',  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom 
in  NevinviUe,  la.,  Jan.  26,  1862.  She  married  there  Dec.  1,  1883,  Albert 
S.  Delancy,  who  was  bom  in  Moundsville,  W.  Va.,  July  20,  1859,  son  of 
John  and  Emily  (Truman)  Delancy.  They  settled  in  NevinviUe,  and  re- 
moved to  Whiting,  Kan.,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children,  bom  in  NevinvUle,  la.: 

9154  Arthur  Jewett,  bom  Aug.  19,  1884. 

9155  Edith  Augusta,  bom  Aug.  28,  1889. 

9156  Ethel  May,  born  Feb.  9,  1891. 

9157  Alice  AdeHa,  bom  March  23,  1892. 

9158  Merle,  born  Dec.  5,  1894. 

9159  Sherman  Albert,  born  Jan.  26,  1902. 

7129  EUGENE  CLINTON  JEWETT  (Nathan*««%  Moses"", 
Moses"**,  Moses"*,  Aaron"\  Jeremiah*®,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward*), 
was  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  May  17,  1847.  He  married  there  Feb.  2,  1868, 
Mary  Elizabeth  Potter,  daughter  of  Dummer  and  Mary  Jane  (Hilton) 
Potter.  They  reside  in  Whitefield,  where  he  is  in  the  granite  monument 
business.  Has  been  Selectman  of  his  town  several  terms  and  is  active  in 
town  affairs.     Is  a  member  of  the  I.  O.  O.  F. 

Children,  bom  in  Whitefield,  Me.: 

9160  Frank  Clinton,  born  Dec.  2,  1868;  married  Lubell  Carrie  Smith.* 

9161  Percy  Eugene,  bom  Jan.  21,  1870;  married  in  Alna,  Me.,  Aug.  21, 

1893,  Harriet  Iva  Pottle,  daughter  of  David  C.  and  Harriet  A. 
(Rundlett)  Pottle  of  East  Pittston,  Me.     He  is  a  famier  in  Alna. 
One  child,  Bernal  Hale,  bom  in  Alna,  Me.,  July  16,  1897. 

9162  Bert  Dummer,  born  Oct.  31,  1876. 


914  Jewett  Genealogy 

7138  JOSEPH  GROVER  JEWETT  (Jeremiah'""',  Joseph"", 
Moses""',  Moses"'",  Aaron'",  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Amherst,  Me.,  March  24,  1848.  He  married  Dec.  30,  1874, 
Elva  E.  Clough,  daughter  of  Capt.  Joseph  and  Elleetta  P.  Clough  of  Bel- 
fast, Me.  Mr.  Jewett  died  in  Lynn,  Mass.,  Jan.  28,  1883.  His  widow  resides 
in  Belfast. 

Children  : 

9163  Judson  P.,  born  in  Belfast,  Me.,  May  18,  1876. 

9164  EUie  E.,  born  in  Belfast,  Me.,  Sept.  7,  1878 ;  died  June  26,  1897. 

9165  Austin  G.,  bom  in  Lynn,  Mass.,  Sept.  3,  1882. 

7147  LORING  AVERILL  JEWETT  (Benjamin'"'",  Joseph'"", 
Moses""',  Moses"'",  Aaron^S  Jeremiah"',  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Jan.  10,  1847.  He  married  in  Nevada  City, 
Cal.,  Oct.  19,  1880,  Josephine  Hoffman,  who  was  bom  in  Nevada  City  Feb. 
19,  1861,  daughter  of  August  and  Catherine  (Houn)  Hoffman.  Mr.  Jewett 
was  a  soldier  in  the  Civil  War  in  a  Massachusetts  regiment.  He  was  taken 
prisoner  in  the  First  Battle  of  Bull  Run  and  was  in  Libby  and  Anderson- 
ville  prisons  21  months.  He  is  now  employed  in  the  Mare  Island  Navy 
Yard,  Vallejo,  Cal.     His  family  resides  in  Nevada  City. 

Children,  born  in  Nevada  City,  Cal.: 

9166  Arthur  H.,  born  Aug.  2,  1881.     He  is  an  Assayer  in  Nevada  City. 

9167  Florence,  born  March  12,  1883.     She  is  a  school  teacher. 

9168  Sophia,  bom  Oct.  14,  1884;  married  Jan.  4,  1903,  Fred  McAlhster, 

who  was  born  in  North  Columbia,  Cal.,  Nov.  26,  1879.     They 
reside  in  Nevada  City.     One  child,  Alfred,  bom  Oct.  29,  1903. 

9169  Ehzabeth,  born  Nov.  13,  1885. 

9170  Bertha,  bom  July  28,  1888. 

9171  David,  bom  April  12,  1892. 

9172  Eva,  born  July  28,  1893. 

7148  THOMAS  MONTGOMERY  JEWETTl  (Benjamin'"'",  Joseph"", 
Moses""',  Moses"'",  Aaron"',  Jeremiah"',  Jeremiah",  Joseph',  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Jan.  7,  1850.  He  married  in  Nevada  City, 
Cal.,  April  17,  1877,  Bertha  Hoffman,  who  was  born  in  Sacramento,  Cal., 
April  9,  1856,  daughter  of  August  and  Catherine  (Houn)  Hoffman.  They 
reside  in  Nevada  City,  where  he  is  a  carpenter. 

Children,  born  in  Nevada  City,  Cal.: 

9173  L.  H.,  born  Jan.  26,  1878;  married  in  Reno,  Nev.,  Aug.  15,  1903, 

Zetta  Wood,  and  resides  in  Nevada  City. 

9174  E.  A.,  born  Aug.  9,  1879 ;  married  in  Hilo,  H.  L,  July  18,  1903, 

Elizabeth  Mashke.     Resides  in  Hilo,  Hawaii  Islands,  where  he  is  a 
carriage  trimmer. 


Tenth  Generation  916 

9175  Thomas  M.,  born  Feb.  28,  1881. 

9176  F.  C,  born  Jan.  2,  1883. 

9177  Sadie  A.,  born  Jan.  11,  1886. 

9178  W.  D.,  born  Aug.  31,  1895. 

7151  DAVID  NATHANIEL  JEWETT  (David*«",  Joseph"", 
Moses"",  Moses"'",  Aaron"\  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Whitcfield,  Me.,  Oct.  6,  1848.  He  married  in  East  Pittston, 
Me.,  Aug.  22,  1880,  Emma  Mary  Shea,  daughter  of  Michael  and  Mary 
Jane  (Carlton)  Shea.     They  reside  in  Alna,  Me.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  bom  in  Alna,  Me.: 

9179  Almira,  born  June  13,  1884. 

9180  Mabel,  bom  Oct.  16,  1886. 

9181  Alvin  Nathaniel,  born  Aug.  3,  1902. 

7152  MARY  ELLA  JEWETT  (David"",  Joseph"'",  Moses""', 
Moses"*",  Aaron"*S  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah'"^,  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Dec.  7,  1849.  She  married  in  Gardiner,  Me.,  May  15, 
1875,  Sanford  Kingsbury  Weymouth,  who  was  born  in  Alna,  Me.,  Aug.  4, 
1851,  son  of  Lucius  B.  and  Mary  B.  (Potter)  Weymouth.  They  settled 
in  Gardiner  and  removed  to  Hyde  Park,  Mass.,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children,  bom  in  Gardiner,  Me.: 

9182  Jennie  May,  born  Aug.  4,  1876. 

9183  Richard  Hodgkins,  bom  Dec.  22,  1878. 

9184  Harry  Gorham,  bom  May  21,  1880;  married  in  Cambridge,  Mass., 

Oct.  10,  1901,  Catherine  Lena  Miskella,  who  was  born  Dec.  29, 
1882.  He  is  a  tool  maker.  Residence,  Cambridge.  Two  children, 
Ella  May,  born  Aug.  10,  1902,  and  a  daughter,  bom  March  17, 
1904. 

9185  LilHan  Etta,  born  Dec.  7,  1885. 

9186  Lucius  Byron,  born  Feb.  13,  1889. 

7154  EMMA  ANN  JEWETT  (David*"",  Joseph"",  Moscs""% 
Moses"*',  Aaron*",  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  bom 
in  Whitefield,  Me.,  July  14,  1853.  She  married  Jan.  24,  1882,  Charles  E. 
Peaslee,  who  was  born  in  Alna,  Me.,  March  24,  1848,  son  of  Elbridge  G. 
and  Mary  Ann  (Carleton)  Peaslee.  They  reside  in  Alna,  where  he  is  a 
farmer. 

Children,  bom  in  Gardiner,  Me.: 

9187  Charles  Carleton,  born  May  14,  1884. 

9188  Inez  Maud,  born  Dec.  25,  1885. 

9189  Louie  Ethel,  born  July  30,  1890;  died  April  4,  1897. 

9190  Emma  E.,  born  July  31,  1891. 


916  Jewett  Genealogy 

9191  Esther  M.,  born  Sept.  10,  1893. 

9192  Earl  Jewett,  born  March  19,  1897. 

7155  EUDORA  JEWETT  (David"",  Joseph"^',  Moses"«% 
Moses®*®,  Aaron^^%  Jeremiah®®,  Jeremiah^',  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Whitefield,  Me.,  July  21,  1861.  She  married  in  Pittston,  Me.,  Dec.  25> 
1883,  Edward  Dana  Tibbetts,  who  was  born  in  Whitefield  June  25,  1857, 
son  of  Andrew  and  Eliza  Ann  (Cheney)  Tibbetts,  They  reside  in  North 
Whitefield,  where  Mr.  Tibbetts  is  a  butcher  and  farmer,  and  is  also  engaged 
in  raising  and  exporting  apples. 

Children,  horn  in  North  Whitefield,  Me.: 

9193  Clara  Emma,  bom  Nov.  25,  1884. 

9194  Juliette  Belle,  bom  Oct.  13,  1886. 

9195  Bessie  EHza,  born  March  18,  1891. 

9196  Charles  Edward,  born  Oct.  21,  1893. 

9197  Frederic  Andrew,  bom  June  23,  1896. 

7158  JAMES  WESLEY  JEWETT  (Jonathan"'^  Joseph"»V 
Moses"®%  Moses®*®,  Aaron"%  Jeremiah®%  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward"), 
was  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.,  March  24,  1851.  He  married  in  East  Pittston, 
Me.,  Jan.  26,  1876,  Etta  Margaret  Ware,  who  was  bom  in  Whitefield  Jan. 
14,  1857,  daughter  of  Willard  and  Maria  (Davis)  Ware.  He  is  a  farmer 
in  Whitefield. 

Children,  born  in  Whitefield,  Me.: 

9198  Alice  Maria,  born  June  3,  1877 ;  married  in  Augusta,  Me.,  Dec.  15, 

1896,  Guy  Chadwick,  son  of  Meservey  and  Jane  Chadwick  of 
Palermo,  Me.  They  reside  in  Taunton,  Mass.  One  child,  Anna 
Etta,  bom  in  Whitefield,  May  13,  1898. 

9199  Hannah  Ruth,  bom  July  31,  1878;  married  Dec.  1,  1903,  Charles 

F.  Abbott  of  China,  son  of  Frank  and  Helen  (Bennett)  Abbott.. 

9200  George  Wesley,  born  Dec.  9,  1880. 

9201  John  Willard,  born  Feb.  10,  1883;  died  Feb.  13,  1883. 

9202  Albert  Andrew,  bom  March  15,  1884. 

9203  Ada  May,  born  Aug.  11,  1886. 

9204  Clarence  Davis,  bom  Oct.  7,  1888. 

9205  Lillian  Etta,  born  Oct.  12,  1889;  died  Oct.  26,  1889. 

9206  Arthur  James,  bom  March  26,  1892. 

9207  Everett  Ware,  born  May  19,  1895. 

7162  MARY  ELIZA  HEATH  (Elvira  A."'",  Joseph"'®,  Moses"®%. 
Moses®*®,  Aaron^",  Jeremiah®',  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward"),  was  bom 
in  Whitefield,  Me.,  Dec.  1,  1842.  She  married  in  Jefferson,  Me.,  Dec.  30,. 
1866,  Warren  Keene,  a  soldier  of  the  Civil  War,  who  was  born  in  Waldo- 


Tenth  Generation  917 

boro,  Me.,  in  1835.     They  resided  in  Whitcfield,  where  he  was  a  farmer  and 
where  she  died  May  2,  1881. 

Children: 

9208  George   Henry,   bom    in    Whitefield,    Me.,    Sept.    11,   1867;   married 

Georgia  Gallison,  who  was  bom  in  Whitcfield  about  1870,  daugh- 
ter of  James  Gallison.  He  died  in  Whitcfield  Feb.  4,  1901.  Two 
children,  Chester  George,  born  Sept.  6,  1897,  and  James  Mann, 
born  Oct.  6,  1900. 

9209  Emma  Carleton,  born  in  Jefferson,  Me.,  Jan.  31,  1869;  married  in 

Maiden,  Mass.,  Aug.  3,  1892,  William  Llewellyn  Taylor,  who  was 
bom  in  Cambridge,  Mass.,  in  1869,  son  of  Louis  Philip  and 
Cecilia  (Davies)  Taylor.     They  reside  in  Maiden. 

7179  KARL  BINGHAM  JEWETT  (George  E.*"°,  Nathaniel"", 
James"",  Moses*''",  Aaron"',  Jeremiah"%  Jeremiah'",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Allegan,  Mich.,  Aug.  14,  1858.  He  married  there  June  14, 
1882,  Ella  Grace  Tomlinson,  who  was  born  in  Port  Washington,  Wis., 
Oct.  12,  1854,  daughter  of  Julius  and  Harriet  Christina  Tomlinson.  They 
reside  in  Allegan,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  a  manufacturer  and  a  dealer  in 
agricultural  implements. 

Children,  born  in  Allegan,  Mich.: 

9210  Harry  Erskine,  born  Dec.  18,  1884. 

9211  Helen  Wilmot,  bom  Aug.  18,  1886. 

9212  Max  Bingham,  born  Nov.  25,  1889. 

7181  VON  GILBERT  JEWETT  (George  E.*"^  Nathaniel"", 
James"",  Moses"",  Aaron"',  Jeremiah"",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Allegan,  Mich.,  Nov.  17,  1868.  He  married  in  Cedar  Rapids, 
la.,  Dec.  22,  1887,  Antoinette  Sullivan,  who  was  born  in  Independence,  la., 
Dec.  7,  1868,  daughter  of  Joseph  Frcy  and  Victoria  (Blood)  Sullivan.  Mr. 
Jewett  is  a  traveling  salesman  and  resides  in  Allegan. 

Children,  born  in  Cedar  Bapids,  Mich.: 

9213  Mary  Constance,  born  May  6,  1892. 

9214  Ruth  Victoria,  born  April  1,  1894. 

7223  HARRIET  MARIA  WHEELER  (Sarah*"',  Levi"",  Thomas 
F."«%  Thomas"",  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jcrcmiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
bom  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  March  8,  1847.  She  married  April  25,  1876,  Addi- 
son B.  Muzzy  and  settled  in  Grant  Park,  111.,  where  they  now  reside. 

Children,  bom  in  Grant  Park,  III.: 

9215  Edith  M.,  bom  Feb.  6,  1877. 

9216  Herbert  Willis,  born  July  17,  1880. 


918  Jewett  Genealogy 

9217  Addison  Fayette,  born  Aug.  16,  1881. 

9218  Sarah  Cornelia,  born  Oct.  10,  1883. 

9219  Mary  C,  bom  May  14,  1885. 

7224  HON.      HAMILTON      KINCAID      JEWETT      WHEELER 

(Sarah*'''^  Levi-"%  Thomas  F."'%  Thomas"'%  Eleazer=^'«,  Eleazer",  Jere- 
miah^^  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  Aug.  5,  1848. 
He  married  Oct.  15,  1873,  Mary  Storrs  Braley  and  settled  in  Kaukaku,  111. 
Mr.  Wheeler  was  graduated  from  the  law  department  of  the  Ann  Arbor 
University  in  1872  and  was  admitted  to  the  bar  in  September,  1872.  Since 
then  he  has  had  an  extensive  practice,  including  all  cases  of  litigation, 
except  criminal  cases,  which  he  has  rarely  undertaken.  In  politics  he  is  a 
Republican  and  in  1884  was  elected  to  the  State  Senate  from  Iroquois  and 
Kaukaku  Counties,  111.  He  was  Chairman  of  the  Committee  of  Judiciary 
and  served  on  many  other  committees.  He  was  one  of  the  "  one  hundred 
and  three  "  who  elected  John  A.  Logan  to  the  United  States  Senate  and 
took  an  active  part  in  the  contest.  In  1892,  regardless  of  the  Democratic 
victory,  he  was  elected  over  a  Democratic  candidate  for  the  Unites  States 
Congress  by  a  good  plurality.  In  Congress  he  served  on  several  com- 
mittees, amjong  which  was  the  Committee  on  Elections.  After  serving  his 
term  in  Congress  he  returned  to  his  law  business  and  now  has  with  him 
his  son,  under  the  firm  name  of  H.  K.  and  H.  H.  Wheeler.  He  also  has  a 
large  farming  interest  in  North  Western  Iowa. 

Personally  he  is  the  most  genial  of  men,  making  friends  of  all  he  meets, 
and  having  a  fund  of  anecdotes,  with  his  gift  of  language,  makes  his  con- 
versation a  pleasant  feature  in  social  and  business  life. 

Children,   born  in  Kmikaku,    III.: 

9220  Hamilton  Harry,  born  April  7,  1876;  married  Abbie  Carter.     One 

child,  Caroline  K.,  bom  in  Kaukaku,  111.,  April  10,  1902. 

9221  Thomas,  born  Feb.  7,  1881 ;  died  July  31,  1881. 

7225  DR.  HERBERT  WHEELER  (Sarah*"^  Levi""*,  Thomas 
F."'%  Thomas•"'^  Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward"),  was 
born  in  Milton,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  4,  1851.  He  married  Aug.  6,  1881,  M.  A.  Her- 
bert. In  1872  he  entered  the  Illinois  University;  in  1874  the  Medical  De- 
partment of  the  Ann  Arbor  University  and  in  1875  the  Rush  Medical  Col- 
lege of  Chicago,  111.,  and  was  hcensed  to  practice  medicine  in  1877.  He 
settled  in  Grant  Park,  111.,  where  he  follows  his  profession. 

Children,  bom  in  Grant  Park,  III.: 

9222  Herbert  Edward,  bom  May  10,  1883. 

9223  Mary  Margaret,  born  Aug.  5,  1884. 

7232  GEORGE   ALONZO   JEWETT    (Samuel*'"",   Levi"'*,   Thomas 


I 


Tenth  Generation  919 

F."",  Thomas'",  Eleazer-%  Elcazer'-,  Jcrcniiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
bom  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  June  7,  1865.  He  married  in  New  Haven,  Conn., 
March  9,  1887,  Cornelia  Marie  Crofut,  who  was  horn  in  New  Haven  June 
7,  1870,  daughter  of  Philo  Sherman  and  Corncha  Augusta  (Smith)  Crofut. 
Mr.  Jewett  was  educated  in  the  public  schools  of  Bennington,  after  which 
he  was  in  a  general  store  for  a  few  years.  In  1882  he  attended  the  Troy 
Business  College  and  later  entered  the  office  of  the  New  Haven  Clock  Co., 
of  New  Haven,  Conn.,  where  he  remained  until  the  spring  of  1891,  when  he 
engaged  in  the  Wall  Paper  and  Painting  business,  which  he  disposed  of  in 
the  fall  of  the  same  year,  and  accepted  a  position  as  Assistant  Manager 
of  the  Chicago  office  of  the  New  Haven  Clock  Co.,  one  year  later  being  made 
manager.  In  1898  he  accepted  a  position  as  the  Western  Representative  of 
Hamilton  and  Hamilton,  Jr.,  Manufacturing  Jewelers  of  Providence,  R.  I., 
which  position  he  now  holds.     Residence,  Chicago,  111.  , 

Children: 

9224  Thornton  Alonzo,  born  in  New  Haven,  Conn.,  Oct.  6,  1891. 

9225  Helen  Vivian,  born  in  Evanston,  111.,  March  29,  1896. 

7233  SAMUEL  LINCOLN  JE\^^ETT  (Samuel'"%  Levi"«%  Thomas 
F.'''%  Thomas««%  Eleazer"«,  Eleazcr'",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
born  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  Sept.  11,  1867.  He  married  in  Pownal,  Vt.,  Feb. 
16,  1893,  Clara  May  Niles  (see  5024).  He  was  a  merchant  in  Bennington 
and  died  there  April  26,  1906. 

Children,  horn  in  Bennington,  Vt.: 

9226  Ruth  Eliza,  bom  June  4,  1894. 

9227  Paul  Erastus,  born  July  10,  1897. 


7249  WILLIAM  ARTHUR  SAXE  (Charles  J."",  Elizabeth-"% 
Samuel"'",  Thomas""',  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Troy,  N.  Y.,  May  3,  1857.  He  married  in  Waterford,  N.  Y., 
Jan.  31,  1885,  Gertrude  Lowny,  who  was  born  in  Waterford  Feb.  19,  1865, 
daughter  of  George  and  Margaret  (Vosburgh)  Lowny.  Tliey  reside  in 
Troy,  where  Mr.  Saxe  is  in  the  lumber  business. 

* 

Children,  born  in   Waterford,  N.   Y.: 

9228  Charles  William,  born  Nov.  23,  1886. 

9229  Arthur  Griggs,  born  Sept.  2,  1900. 

7250  EDWARD  THOMAS  SAXE  (Charles  J."",  Elizabeth"", 
Samuel"'",  Thomas""^  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Troy,  N.  Y.,  July  6,  I860.  He  married  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Sept. 
17,  1891,  Louise  Wheaton  Crump,  who  was  born  in  Boston  Dec.  11,  1861, 


920  Jewett  Genealogy 

daughter  of  Charles  H.  and  Nancy  L.   (Sumner)   Crump  of  Boston.     He 
is  a  broker  with  his  office  in  New  York  City.     Residence,  Mont  Clair,  N.  J. 

Children: 

9230  Charles  Edward,  bom  in  Boston,  Mass.,  Feb.  20,  1893. 

9231  Eugene  Crump,  bom  in  Brookline,  Mass.,  Jan.  30,  1894. 

9232  Katharine  Louise,  bom  in  Brookline,  Mass.,  Nov.  1,  1897. 

7252  JOHN  WALTER  SAXE  (Charles  J."",  Elizabeth"", 
Samuel"*",  Thomas««%  Eleazer^'''*,  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward"), 
was  bom  in  Troy,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  2,  1863.  He  married  April  8,  1899,  Sara 
F.  Burtis,  daughter  of  Dennis  and  Sara  (Ketchum)  Burtis.  Mr.  Saxe  re- 
ceived the  degree  of  A.  B.  from  Harvard  University  in  1888  and  was  gradu- 
ated from  the  Harvard  Law  School  in  1892.  He  was  admitted  to  the  New 
York  State  bar  in  1890,  the  Boston  bar  in  1891  and  the  United  States 
Supreme  Court  bar  in  1902.  He  follows  his  profession  in  Boston,  where 
he  is  a  member  of  the  University  Club.  He  is  also  a  member  of  the  Psi 
Upsilon  Fraternity.     Residence,  Brookline,  Mass. 

Children,  horn  in  Brooklvne,  Mass.: 

9233  Eleanor,  bom  April  11,  1900. 

9234  John  Burtis,  bom  July  27,  1902. 

7256  CHARLES  GORDON  SAXE  (John  G."",  Elizabeth"", 
Samuel"«%  Thomas<'"%  Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward"), 
was  bom  June  7,  1848.  He  married  Ellen  M.  Saxe,  daughter  of  Rev. 
George  Godfred  Saxe  of  Madison,  N.  J.  She  died  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  Oct. 
14,  1889.  He  died  in  the  Hotel  Brunswick,  New  York  City,  from  pneumonia, 
March  16,  1893.  Mr.  Saxe  resided  in 'Albany,  where  he  was  a  partner  of 
Frank  J.  Saxe  in  the  wholesale  lumber  business.  He  was  a  man  of  dis- 
tinguished appearance,  six  feet  two  inches  in  height.  He  was  fond  of  travel 
and  spent  the  last  ten  winters  of  his  life  in  Europe.  He  spoke  several  lan- 
guages and  made  many  friends  in  every  country  he  visited.  His  children 
were  raised  in  the  home  of  Frank  J.  Saxe. 

Children: 

9235  Laura  Hulda,  bom  in  Troy,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  22,  1876;  married  April 

22,  1903,  Wallace  Wheless  of  Augusta,  Ga.,  son  of  William  and 
Frances  (Pearce)  Wheless  of  Augusta.  They  reside  in  New 
York  City. 

9236  Charles  M.,  bora  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  June  12,  1878;  resides  in  Ni- 

agara Falls,  N.  Y. 

9237  Sophia  Sollace,  born  in  Albany,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  14,  1879;  died  there 

Feb.  17,  1896. 

9238  Jessie  Ellen,  bom  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  May  15,  1882;  resides  in 

Flushing,  N.  Y. 


Tenth  Generation  921 

9239     Ellen  Mildred,  bom  in  Albany,   N.   Y.,  Oct.   14,   1889;   resides   in 
Flushing,  N.  Y. 

7260  ROLLIN  PETER  SAXE  (Peter*"'*,  Elizabeth""',  Samuel*"', 
Thomas*"",  Eleazer**",  Eleazer'*,  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  bom 
in  Troj,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  22,  1840.  He  married  Dec.  20,  1865,  Jodelphia 
Amelia  Atwell,  daughter  of  Leroy  and  Emeline  Poudy  (Cook)  Atwell  of 
Atwell  Corners,  Pomfy,  N.  Y.  She  was  born  at  Atwell  Comers  Jan.  2,  1848, 
and  died  in  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  4,  1876.  Mr.  Saxe  was  educated  in  the 
Ann  Arbor  University  and  was  one  of  the  early  members  of  the  Sigma 
Phi  Fraternity.  After  leaving  college  he  joined  his  father  in  the  lumber 
business  in  Troy,  but  later  left  the  firm  and  in  1868  he  cornered  the  market 
on  cherry  lumber  and  was  known  to  the  lumber  trade  of  that  time  as  "  Cherry 
Saxe."  In  1872  he  joined  his  father  in  the  live  stock  business,  the  firm 
being  known  as  Peter  Saxe  and  Sons.  They  were  the  first  to  transport 
Durham  and  Holstine  stock  to  the  Pacific  Coast  as  well  as  Berkshire  swine. 
In  1882  he  went  to  New  Zealand,  where  he  gathered  a  herd  of  300  head  of 
sheep  for  breeding  purposes  which  he  imported  to  San  Francisco,  Cal.  This, 
at  that  time,  was  the  largest  shipment  of  live  stock  ever  carried  over  the 
thousands  of  miles  of  the  Pacific,  and  so  successful  was  his  management  that 
he  lost  none.  Mr.  Saxe  was  the  personification  of  the  word  optimist ;  al- 
though several  times  wealthy,  he  also  saw  days  of  adversity,  but  as  was 
often  said,  "  If  Saxe  is  broke  he  don't  know  it."  He  died  from  heart  disease 
in  Los  Angeles,  Cal.  Mr.  Saxe  was  a  Mason  of  high  degree  and  his  remains 
were  cremated ;  his  ashes  are  now  in  the  Masonic  Temple,  in  Oakland,  Cal. 


Child: 
9239a  Howard  Atwell,  bom  in  Watervliet  (West  Troy),  N.  Y.,  Sept.  4, 
1868 ;  married  Jan.  18,  1890,  Ida  Jane  Carter,  daughter  of  Arthur 
and  Martha  (Murry)  Carter  of  Jeddi,  N.  Y.  Mr.  Saxe  was  edu- 
cated in  the  Ginn's  School  of  Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  and  matriculated 
with  the  class  of  1888  at  Syracuse  University  in  the  junior  year, 
but  owing  to  the  illness  of  his  uncle,  Joseph  A.  Atwell,  he  gave  up 
college  to  enter  business.  He  has  served  in  various  capacities  on 
different  newspapers  and  is  now  engaged  in  the  profession  of 
Advertising  Contractor.  He  is  the  author  of  several  papers  on 
historical  subjects  as  well  as  "  The  Story  of  the  Red  Men,"  a 
narrative  tracing  the  Improved  Order  of  Red  Men  from  the  Sons 
of  Liberty  of  the  Boston  Tea  Party.  Thousands  of  copies  of  this 
work  have  been  printed  under  the  auspices  of  the  Superior  body  of 
Red  Men  and  circulated  throughout  the  United  States.  He  is  a 
Mason,  a  K.  of  P.,  a  Red  Man,  and  member  of  several  other  fra- 
ternal societies.  Residence,  Syracuse,  N.  Y.  One  child,  Sarah 
Emeline,  bom  in  Fayetteville,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  2,  1890. 


922  Jewett  Genealogy 

7271  HATTIE  MAY  HARRINGTON  (Lucy  A.*"%  Thomas"«% 
Samuel"'%  Thomas*''',  Eleazer"'%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  JosephS  Edward"), 
was  born  in  Somerset,  N.  Y.,  Nov.  16,  1854.  She  married  in  Elcader,  la., 
Aug.  24,  1877,  Alleyne  Jones,  who  was  bom  in  England  March  4,  1846. 
They  reside  in  Goodrich,  Wis. 

Children: 

9240  Mary  Angeline,  born  in  Buchanan  Co.,  la.,  Aug.  3,  1878. 

9241  Cuthbert  Marvin,  bom  in  Buchanan  Co.,  la.,  Jan.  24,  1881. 

9242  Henry  Alleyne,  bom  in  Buchanan  Co.,  la..  May  7,  1883. 

9243  Ralph  S.,  born  in  Buchanan  Co.,  la.,  Oct.  11,  1884. 

9244  Earl  Jay,  bom  in  Buchanan  Co.,  la.,  April  15,  1886;  died  Nov.  10, 

1902. 

9245  Naomi  Abigail,  bom  in  Hanson  Co.,  S.  D.,  March  25,  1888. 

9246  Ellen  Atlanta,  bom  in  Clark  Co.,  Wis.,  Sept.  7,  1890. 

9247  Edward  Nelson,  born  in  Clark  Co.,  Wis.,  Aug.  30,  1892;  died  July 

13,  1902. 

9248  George  Warren,  bom  in  Clark  Co.,  Wis.,  Oct.  20,  1895. 

9249  Sarah  Caroline,  born  in  Clark  Co.,  Wis.,  Aug.  27,  1898. 

7272  THOMAS  JEWETT  HARRINGTON  (Lucy  A.''^\  Thomas'"% 
Samuel"'',  Thomas''<'%  Eleazer"%  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah'%  Joseph*,  Edward"), 
was  born  in  Somerset,  N.  Y.,  June  14,  1859.  He  married  in  Alexandria, 
S.  D.,  May  4,  1896,  Louisa  Marke,  who  was  bom  in  Rockford,  la.,  Feb.  10, 
1877,  daughter  of  Henry  and  Lora  (Frabing)  Marke.  He  is  a  farmer  in 
South  Dakota. 

Children,  born  in  Spencer,  S.  D.: 

9250  William  Jewett,  bom  May  15,  1897. 

9251  Frederic  Alvin,  born  April  7,  1898. 

9252  Bessie  Viola,  bora  Oct.  8,  1900. 

9253  Valma  Rose,  bom  July  26,  1902. 

7274  CARRIE  ETHEL  HARRINGTON  (Lucy  A.*«"%  Thomas"«% 
Samuel"'',  Thomas'"',  Eleazer"',  Eleazer"",  Jeremiah"',  Joseph*,  Edward"), 
was  bom  in  Buchanan  Co.,  la.,  Dec.  29,  1867.  She  married  in  Salem,  S.  D., 
Dec.  23,  1886,  James  Knight  Pinkerton,  who  was  bom  in  Rockland,  Del., 
Jan.  18,  186^.    They  reside  near  Alexandria,  S.  D.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  horn  in  Alexandria,  S.  D.: 

9254  Clarence  Jewett,  bom  Sept.  13,  1888. 

9255  Myrtle  Belle,  born  Fob.  13,  1892;  dic-d  July  12,  1900. 

9256  CHfFord  Ira,  born  July  23,  1900. 

7277  JESSIE  NAOMI  COLT  (Mary  R.*'"',  Thomas='^'%  Samuel"^'', 
Thomas''',  Eleazer",  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah"",  Joseph*,  Edward"),  was  born 


Tenth  Generation  9^ 

in   Green   Lake,   Wis.,   March   23,    1856.      She   married   Dr.    David   Simon 
Frascr,  son  of  Hugh  and  Mary  (Morden)  Fraser  of  Chippewa,  Canada. 

Children: 

9257  Hugh,  born  in  Lvndonville,  N.  Y.,  May  26,  1878;  married  Jan.  1, 

1899,  LilHan  Mudge,  daughter  of  Volny  Mudgc  of  Somerset, 
N.  Y.  Two  children,  Jessie  ]Marion,  born  July  9,  1901,  and  Mar- 
jorie  Emma,  born  Feb.  26,  1903. 

9258  David  Earl,  born  in  Yates,  N.  Y.,  July  30,  1880.     He  is  a  physician 

in  Lyndonville,  N.  Y. 

9259  Kenneth  Delong,  born  in  Yates,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  14,  1882;  married  Oct. 

16,  1903,  Jennie  Madden  Knoxon,  daughter  of  WilHam  Knoxon 
of  Bloomfield,  Canada. 

9260  Keith  Colt,  born  in  Lyndonville,  N.  Y.,  July  9,  1889. 

9261  Donald  Murdock,  born  in  Yates,  N.  Y.,  Feb.  6,  1891. 

7298  CRUCY  ELIZA  ELMER  (Harriet"^«,  Philo"^",  Samuel"«% 
Thomas"^%  Eleazcr"",  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah^",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  bom 
in  Canton,  N.  Y.,  Jan.  21,  1851.  She  married  in  Addison,  Vt.,  Jan.  24, 
1872,  George  H.  Wright,  son  of  L.  L.  and  Sarah  (Farr)  Wright.  They 
reside  in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Weybridge,  Vt.: 

9262  George   Samuel,  born   Nov.   29,   1874;  married  in   Brattleboro,  Vt., 

July  30,  1901,  Lula  Stella  Elmer,  daughter  of  James  P.  and 
Stella  L.  (Elmer)  Elmer.  They  reside  in  Bethel,  Vt.,  where  he 
is  a  professor  in  the  Bethel  High  School. 

9263  Sarah  Olive,  born  Sept.  13,  1878;  married  in  Weybridge,  March  24, 

1901,  Donald  Paul  Hurlburt,  who  was  bom  in  Poultney,  Vt., 
April  2,  1871,  son  of  Hiram  Harvey  and  Helen  Maria  (Herendeen) 
Hurlburt.  They  reside  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  where  he  is  a  reporter 
for  Bradstreet's.  Two  children,  Marion  Vera,  bom  in  Mendon, 
Vt.,  Dec.  24,  1903,  and  Rodcric  Wright,  bom  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y., 
Aug.  30,  1906. 

9264  Elmer  Langdon,  born  Jan.  3,  1885. 

9265  Howard  Jewett,  bom  July  13,  1888. 

7318  ELIZA  SOPHRONIA  JEWETT  (Edson  B.*'^\  Philo"", 
SamueP-'««,  Thomas*"'%  Eleazer"",  Eleazer",  Jercmiah^\  Joscph\  Edward^), 
was  bom  in  Bridcport,  Vt.,  July  26,  1861.  She  married  Aug.  31,  1882, 
Charles  L.  Wing,  who  was  born  in  Rochester,  Vt.,  May  — ,  1848,  son  of 
Fields  and  Mary  Wing.  They  reside  in  Bridcport,  where  he  is  a  grain 
and  stock  farmer. 

Children,  born  in  Brideport,  Vt.: 

9266  Edith  M.,  born  April  18,  1885. 


924  Jewett  Genealogy 

9267  Jewett,  born  June  12,  1892. 

9268  Arthur,  born  July  1,  1894;  died  May  7,  1896. 

9269  Harold,  born  Nov.  20,  1899. 

7319  LUCY  HUNGERFORD  JEWETT  (Edson  B."'^  Philo"", 
Samuel"'",  Thomas'«%  Eleazer"«,  Eleazer",  Jeremlay%  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Brideport,  Vt.,  Jan.  10,  1867.  She  married,  April  17,  1895, 
George  Henry  Burwell,  who  was  bom  in  Brideport,  June  26,  1866.  They 
reside  in  Benton  Harbor,  Mich.,  where  he  is  a  cement  contractor. 

Children: 

9270  Mary,  bom  July  7,  1900. 

9271  Georgia,  bom  Feb.  18,  1902. 

9272  Frances  Elizabeth,  born  July  4,  1905. 


,1302 


7508  EMMA  SOPHIA  WALES  (Sarah"^""",  Columbus  J."**",  Mary' 
Thomas""",  Eleazer"",  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward"),  was  bora 
in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  June  16,  1844.  She  married  Dec.  3,  1867,  Rollin  Sumner 
Shaw,  who  was  bora  in  Addison,  Vt.,  Nov.  22,  1840,  son  of  Daniel  and 
Eunice  (Colby)  Shaw.  They  resided  in  Weybridge,  where  she  died  March 
31,  1882. 

Children,  born  vn  Weybridge,  Vt.: 

9273  John  Sumner,  bom  March  27,  1872;  married  in  Bennington,  Vt., 

April  18,  1894,  Bertha  Emma  Griswold,  only  daughter  of  Ephraim 
and  Ruth  (Alston)  Griswold.  She  was  born  in  Troy,  N.  Y., 
April  25,  1872,  and  with  her  infant  child  was  buried  March  31, 
1904.  Left  one  child,  viz.,  Lena  Marie,  born  in  Weybridge,  Jan. 
22,  1900. 

9274  Gertmde  Emma,  bom  Jan.  12,  1874;  married  In  Weybridge,  Sept. 

4,  1895,  Charles  Mather  Baker,  who  was  born  in  Weybridge,  Sept. 
6,  1874,  only  son  of  Mather  and  Wealthy  (Sturtevant)  Baker. 
They  reside  in  Weybridge.  Two  children,  Emma  Sophia,  bora 
April  14,  1897,  and  Harold  Albert,  born  June  5,  1899. 

9275  Cari  Wales,  bora  Sept.  23,  1877 ;  married  in  Weybridge,  April  26, 

1898,  Winina  Gwendolyn  Sturtevant,  who  was  bom  in  New  Haven, 
Vt.,  June  8,  1877,  only  daughter  of  Wallace  and  Eugenia  (Boise) 
Sturtevant.  They  reside  in  Weybridge.  Three  children,  Olin 
Sumner,  bom  Sept.  13,  1899 ;  Lillian  Louisa,  bom  Nov.  5,  1901, 
and  an  infant  son  bom  July  19,  1903. 

7512  HARRIET  EUGENIA  BOWDISH  (Joseph''°''%  Columbus  J.'"^ 
Mary""%  Thomas""%  Eleazer"",  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward"), 
was  bom  in  Weybridge,  Vt.,  March  26,  1858.  She  married  Oct.  14,  1891, 
Robert  James  Bowles,  who  was  born  in  Port  Kent,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  24,  1847. 


Tenth  Generation  925 

They  resided  in  Weybridge,  where  she  died  Dec.  26,  1903.     He  died  there 
Dec.  21,  1903. 

Children,  bom  in  Weybridge,  Vt.: 

9276  Herman  Bowdish,  born  Sept.  13,  1892;  died  May  8,  1893. 

9277  Ruth  Helen,  born  May  8,  1894-. 

9278  Mary  Narcissa,  born  Oct.  21,  1895. 

9279  William  Paul,  bom  Jan.  9,  1901. 

7518  MARY  ELIZABETH  ROGERS  (Laurette""'",  Eunice"",  Eras- 
tus"»%  Thomas'",  Eleazer"',  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Bennington,  Vt.,  May  27,  1843.  She  married  there,  Feb.  2, 
1870,  George  Randolph  Dunkly,  who  was  born  in  New  York  City,  June  10, 
1843,  son  of  Leonard  and  Margaret  Ann  (Weeks)  Dunkly.  He  served  in 
the  United  States  Army  during  the  Civil  War,  for  which  he  received  honors. 
Is  a  mechanical  engineer  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.  Mrs.  Dunkly  died  in  Brooklyn, 
Feb.  13,  1882. 

Children,  bom  in  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.: 

9280  Arthur  Powers,  born  Oct.  12,  1870;  married  June  21,  1899,  Clara 

Estelle  Ackerman,  who  was  bom  in  Brooklyn,  Feb.  14,  1870.  They 
resided  in  Brooklyn,  where  he  died  Sept.  11,  1902.  At  the  time 
of  his  death  he  was  Grand  Master  of  Montauk  Lodge,  F.  and 
A.  M. 

9281  Blanche  Lauriette,  born  Nov.  20,  1875.     She  is  a  teacher  in  one  of 

the  Brooklyn  schools. 

7534  LIEUT.  RAY  KEYES  LINSLEY  (Rachel  J.'°",  Eunice'^",  Eras- 
tus"",  Thomas'",  Eleazer"',  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Central  City,  Col.,  Nov.  3,  1875.  He  married  in  South  Man- 
chester, Conn.,  June  6,  1900,  Flora  Madeleine  Ladd,  who  was  born  in  South 
Manchester  Oct.  9,  1878,  daughter  of  Frank  Henry  and  Emily  (Bogne) 
Ladd.  He  was  graduated  from  the  Vermont  Academy,  Saxton's  River,  Vt., 
in  1894.  Was  in  the  Connecticut  Militia  for  eight  years.  He  was  a  mem- 
ber of  the  Hartford  City  Guards  on  the  outbreak  of  the  Spanish  War,  and 
served  through  the  war  with  that  company,  which  was  known  as  Co.  F, 
First  Conn.  Volunteer  Inft.  Has  now  retired  with  rank  of  First  Lieutenant. 
Resides  in  Bristol,  Conn. 

Children,  born  in  Bristol,  Conn.: 

9282  Frank  Harvey,  bom  March  28,  1901. 

9283  Ralph  Hasley,  born  Feb.  3,  1903. 

7539  ALICE  PLUMMER  (Polly  E.""",  Lucy"",  Erastus"", 
Thomas"",  Eleazer"',  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was  born 
in  1849.  She  married  her  cousin,  John  Plummer,  son  of  Daniel  and  Pauline 
(Lemorondies)  Plummer.     They  reside  in  Waygate,  Minn. 


926  Jewett  Geneax-ogy 

Children: 

9284  Ernest,  bom  ,  1876;  married  Anna  Rentes.      One  child,  Earl, 

bom ,  1901. 

9285  Fred,  born ,  1878 ;  died  aged  7  months. 

9286  Adelaide,  bom  ,  1880. 

9287  Alee,  born  ,  1882. 

9288  Harold,  born ,  1884  ;  died ,  1890. 

9289  Grace,  born ,  1886;  died  ,  1901. 

9290  Robert,  born ,  1889. 

9291  Harley,  born ,  1892. 

7542  TRUEMAN  E.  COLLINS  (Rachel  M.''^\  Lucy'«^^  Erastus"'% 
Thomas®*%  Eleazer"%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Grundy  Co.,  Iowa,  June  19,  1856.  He  married  in  Nebraska,  April  14,. 
1894,  Sadie  Parker.     They  reside  in  Rapid  City,  S.  D.,  where  he  is  a  f  armer^ 

Children: 

9292  Cora,  born  Oct.  14,  1894. 

9293  Dora  (twin),  bom  Oct.  14,  1894 ;  died  May  — ,  1895. 

9294  Joseph  W.,  bora  July  1,  1897. 

9295  Rachel  M.,  bom  March  28,  1900. 

9296  AHce,  born  Feb.  2,  1903. 

7544  EUNICE  F.  COLLINS  (Rachel  M.'"'%  Lucy=^''^  Erastus"*V 
Thomas®^^,  Eleazer^"®,  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Grundy  Co.,  Iowa,  Dec.  6,  1860.  She  married  Oct.  11,  1882,  Jasper  N. 
Otis,  who  was  bom  in  Missouri,  Oct.  16,  1859.  They  reside  in  Hopkins, 
Mo.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

9297  Merrill  E.,  born  July  7,  1884. 

9298  Dora  R.,  bom  July  2,  1886. 

7545  A.  LINCOLN  COLLINS  (Rachel  M.''"'%  Lucy-'^^  Erastus"«% 
Thomas®®^,  Eleazer^"*',  Eleazer^',  Jeremiah^^,  Joseph*,  Edward^),  was  born 
in  Grundy  Co.,  Iowa,  Jan.  7,  1863.  He  married  in  Dakota,  Aug.  13,  1890,. 
Mary  F.  Otis,  and  resides  in  Moravia,  Cal.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 

9299  Albert,  born  May  23,  1891. 

9300  Leonard,  bom  June  30,  1892. 

9301  Hubert,  bom  July  1,  1894. 

9302  Levi,  bom  July  14,  1897. 

9303  Grace,  born  Feb.  8,  1902. 


7546  WALTER   S.   COLLINS    (Rachel  M.'*"%  Lucy'«'%  Erastus 


1393 


Tenth  Geneeation  927 

Thomas^®'',  Elcazer*"®,  Eleazer^",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward*),  was  born 
in  Grundy  Co.,  Iowa,  Sept.  2,  1865.  He  married  in  Missouri,  Oct.  27,  1886, 
Jane  Helmer  and  resides  in  jMoravia,  Cal.,  where  he  is  a  farmer. 

Children: 
9304.     Eddie,  bom  Aug.  2-t,  1887. 

9305  George  K.,  bom  July  23,  1891. 

9306  Daniel  W.,  born  Dec'  2,  1894. 

7558  HARRIET  LUCY  FOLSOM  (Eunice  T.""",  Lucy="%  Eras- 
lus"''%  Thomas"",  Eleazer"«,  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward*), 
was  born  in  Butler  Co.,  Iowa,  June  18,  1872.  She  married  Oct.  1,  1890, 
Dr.  Alva  Allen  Branthoover,  who  was  born  in  Pennsylvania,  Dec.  6,  1853. 
They  reside  in  Fayette,  Idaho,  where  ho  is  a  dentist. 

Children,  born  in  Fayette,  Idaho: 

9307  Free  Frank,  bom  Aug.  29,  1891. 

9308  Lester  Lee,  born  June  17,  1894. 

9309  Victor  Alva,  bom  Nov.  3,  1901. 

9310  Alfred  I.,  born  June  2,  1903. 

7580  FREDERICK  VAN  JEWETT  (Ichabod'^*'^',  Orrin="^  Icha- 
bod"",  Ichabod""",  Eleazer"«,  Eleazer^-,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward*), 
was  bom  in  South  Coventry,  Conn.,  April  9,  1865.  He  married  in  Willi- 
mantic.  Conn.,  Jan.  16,  1895,  Emma  Lillian  Burdick,  daughter  of  Horace 
and  Joanna  Barber  (Hoxie)  Burdick.  They  reside  in  New  York  City, 
where  he  is  a  salesman. 

Children,  horn  in  New  York  City: 

9311  Anna  H.,  bom  Aug.  18,  1899. 

9312  Dclphina  L.,  bom  Nov.  27,  1902. 

7584  IRENE  ELIZABETH  MANSFIELD  (Elizabeth  V.»°*\  Ircne=^"% 
Ichabod*'"-',  Ichabod""",  Eleazcr"%  Elcazer'-,  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward*), 
was  bom  in  New  Haven,  Conn.,  Sept.  19,  1849.  She  married  there  June  24, 
1875,  Dr.  Merritt  Matterson,  son  of  Benjamin  H.  and  Emeline  Matterson. 
He  was  born  in  Lawrence,  N.  Y.,  June  19,  1836,  and  through  his  mother  is 
a  descendant  of  Roger  Williams.  They  reside  in  Morris,  N.  Y.,  where  he 
follows  the  practice  of  medicine.  He  has  held  several  offices  of  trust  and 
was  for  many  years  President  of  the  Board  of  Education.  Was  also  Su- 
pervisor for  several  terms. 

Children,  born  in  Morris,  X.  Y.: 

9313  p:iizaboth   Irene,  born    March   26,   1876:   married   March   28,    1896, 

Henrv    Galen    Barker.     Thev    reside    in    Morris.      Two    children. 


928  JeW'ETT    GliXKALOCV 

Merritt  L.,  bom  Feb.  11,  1898,  and  Carol  Irene  Elizabeth,  bom 
Dec.  25,  1902. 

9314  Anne  S.,  born  March  18,  1877.      She  is  a  teacher  in  Flushing,  N.  Y. 

9315  Alice  May,  bom  Feb.  1,  1879. 

9316  Robert  Harrington,  born  April  2,  1881 ;  died  from  scarlet  fever, 

Nov.  8,  1882. 

7591  HALCYON  KENT  JEWETT  (Americus  V.''*'",  James  M."", 
Benjamin"«%  Ichabod''*'*,  Eleazer-'%  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah^%  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  bom  in  Aurora,  Ohio,  Sept.  12,  1843.  He  married  Nov.  14,  1864, 
Augusta  Lacy,  daughter  of  Ralph  and  Achsah  Lacy  of  Aurora.  She  died 
June  24,  1871.  He  married  2d,  Sept.  18,  1879,  Kate  M.  Stephens,  daughter 
of  James  and  Elizabeth  Stephens,  of  Frankfort  Springs,  Pa.  They  reside 
in  Aurora,  where  Mr.  Jewett  is  engaged  in  manufacturing  cheese. 

Child,  by  first  wife: 

9317  Fred   Americus,   born   in   Aurora,   Ohio,   Aug.    16,   1865;   married 

Lotta  Smith.* 

Children,  by  second  wife: 

9318  Florence  Roxie,  bom  in  Strongville,  Ohio,  Sept.  17,  1880 ;  died , 

1895. 

9319  Mendall  Guy,  bom  in  Streetsboro,  Ohio,  May  23,  1882. 

9320  Helen  May,  bom  in  Streetsboro,  Ohio,  Dec.  25,  1884. 

7592  ZENO  KENT  JEWETT  (Christopher''"'^,  James  M.''",  Benja- 
min"'*%  Ichabod*'''^,  Eleazer'=^%  Eleazer'%  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'),  was 
bom  in  Aurora,  Ohio,  Sept.  16,  1836.  He  married  in  Brownville,  Iowa, 
Dec.  — ,  1866,  Annis  Eliza  Judd,  who  was  born  in  Kenoska  Co.,  Wis., 

,   1847,   daughter   of   Artemus   and   Hannah    (Halhday)    Judd.     Mr. 

Jewett  spent  his  youth  in  Illinois  and  five  years  in  mining  in  California. 
On  his  return  he  married  and  settled  on  a  farm  near  Sparta,  Wis.  There, 
with  his  brother,  Ai  H.  Jewett,  they  built  up  a  nursery  business.  Later,  his 
brother  withdrawing,  he  moved  to  the  city  of  Sparta  and  continued  the  busi- 
ness, associating  his  son,  A.  J.  Jewett  and  his  daughter,  Miriam  Jewett, 
with  him.  He  was  a  charter  member  of  the  Association  of  American  Nur- 
serymen, and  was  well  known  in  his  profession  throughout  the  United  States. 
As  a  citizen  he  never  sought  public  office,  but  was  a  member  of  the  Common 
Council  of  Sparta  for  twelve  years.  His  substantial,  trustworthy  character 
and  remarkably  genial  nature  gave  him  imiversal  popularity.  He  died  in 
Sparta,  Sept.  11,  1903. 

Children,  born  in  Sparta,  Wis.: 

9321  Miriam  Irene,  bom  June  1,  1867.     She  was  graduated  from  the  Uni- 

versity of  Wisconsin  in  1890,  and  was  a  school  teacher  for  a  few 


Tenth  Generation  929 

years.  She  is  now  a  florist,  having  charge  of  the  business  of  the 
Z.  K.  Jewett  Co.      Residence,  Sparta. 

9823  Artemus  Judd,  born  March  1,  1869;  married  Aug.  5,  1890,  Kath- 
arine McMillan.  He  resides  in  Sparta,  where  he  is  a  member  of 
the  firm  of  Z.  K.  Jewett  Co.  One  child,  Zeno  Kent,  bom  July  5, 
1891. 

9323     Hannah  Arabolle,  born  Nov.  10,  1872;  died  Oct.  8,  1873. 

9324)  Maude  lone,  born  June  13,  1874.  She  attended  the  University  of 
Wisconsin  and  is  now  a  teacher  in  Chicago,  111. 

7594  AI  HARRY  JEWETT  (Christopher"'"'",  James  M."",  Benja- 
min"", Ichabod^^S  Eleazer-%  Eleazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph\  Edward'),  was 
bom  in  Alden,  111.,  Nov.  4,  1845.  He  married  in  Vivaqua,  Wis.,  March  — , 
1870,  Jennie  Waters,  who  was  bom  in  Vemon  Co.,  Wis.,  in  1848,  daughter  of 
Charles  and  Mary  Jane  (Spencer)  Waters.  At  the  age  of  sixteen  Mr. 
Jewett  enlisted  in  Co.  B,  132d  111.  Vols.,  and  served  through  the  Civil  War. 
He  then  entered  business  and  later  became  a  traveling  salesman.  In  1874, 
following  the  ^^ear  of  financial  disaster,  he  removed  to  White  Salmon,  Wash., 
where  with  the  aid  of  his  wife,  he  engaged  in  the  nursery  business.  He  owns 
the  most  beautiful  home  along  the  Columbia  River.  Over  a  quarter  of  a 
century  ago  he  purchased  600  acres  of  land  and  commenced  to  make  White 
Salmon  what  it  is.  He  has  met  with  obstacles,  but  has  always  overcome 
them.  Full  of  push  and  enterprise,  he  has  gone  ahead  and  endeavored  to 
make  a  city.  It  was  he  who  inaugurated  and  installed  the  water  system  and 
laid  out  the  city  and  offered  much  to  all.  He  still  has  300  acres  of  excellent 
land,  and  there  is  no  visitor  but  what  goes  into  ecstacies  over  the  beautiful 
surroundings  of  his  home.  One  of  the  strong  features  of  the  home  is  the 
summer  resort,  accommodations  being  made  for  thirty  guests  or  more.  Mrs. 
Jewett  has  almost  a  national  reputation  as  a  hostess,  and  every  year  enter- 
tains many  easterners  who  come  to  take  advantage  of  the  beautiful  place. 
Every  arrangement  is  made  for  the  entertainment,  and  it  is  a  jolly  colony 
that  enjoys  her  hospitality.  As  a  horticulturist  there  is  none  better  known 
than  Mr.  Jewett,  and  both  he  and  Mrs.  Jewett  take  an  active  part  in  Grange 
matters. 

Children,  horn  in  White  Salmon,  Wash.: 

9325  Lena,  born  ,  1875;  married  in  Portland,  Ore.,  in  1895,  J.  R. 

Thompson.      One  child,  Marjorie,  bom  ,  1899. 

9326  Aeulus,  bom ,  1881 ;  died  July  17,  1904. 

7603  ERNEST  FORD  JEWETT  (Mcndair**",  James  M.'«",  Bcn- 
jamin'"%  Ichabod'"",  Eleazer"",  Elcazer",  Jeremiah",  Joseph*,  Edward'), 
was  born  in  Magadore,  Ohio,  May  19,  1855.     He  married  in  Akion,  Ohio, 

,  1878,  Mary  Lewis,  who  was  born  in  Austintown,  Ohio,  ,  I860, 

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